Joint Play: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You
A alternative health podcast from Dr. Darla L. Logan, NMD
Dr. Darla L Logan is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and best-selling author. She is an expert in regenerative medicine, nutrition for repair and prevention of injuries and joint disease, and peptide therapy to improve healing. She is the owner of CellMed Clinics a regenerative medicine clinic in Scottsdale, AZ and is passionate about helping restore the quality of life that decreases with age and injury. Join her and find out what your doctor isn’t telling you about joint pain.
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