Scottsdale AZ Pain Control Biohacking Regenerative Therapy Services Launched

Scottsdale, Arizona, holistic medicine center Health Cellutions recently updated its range of chronic pain control, relief, and treatment solutions. Patients can now take control of their personal health and performance.

Scottsdale, United States - October 17, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Health Cellutions, a holistic pain and wellness performance center in Scottsdale, Arizona, announced the launch of an updated range of chronic pain control, relief and treatment solutions. The center uses the science of biohacking to help patients regain their optimal health effectively, safely, and much faster than traditional approaches.

More information can be found at

The newly launched chronic pain control, relief and treatment solutions at Health Cellutions aim to help patients achieve optimal health and improve their quality of life.

The main goal of biohacking is to potentialize the body’s own resources to help further its natural ability to heal and improve its various systems. In recent years, biohacking has started producing excellent results for top performance athletes, as well as everyday men and women.

The team at Health Cellutions combine innovative biohacking technologies, evidence based exercise and nutrition science to help patients improve health, longevity and performance. The practice specializes in improved health, fitness, chronic pain relief and superior athletic performance.

Dr Brian Thompson and his team have the knowledge and experience to address health at the cellular level. This enables them to provide personalized treatments that slow down aging, improve energy and reduce pain.

Some of the therapies at Health Cellutions include ARX, Vasper, cryotherapy, halotherapy, infrared sauna, Juvent, pulse PEMF, PNOE cardiometabolic testing, among others.

Dr Brian Thompson is a graduate of the Georgetown University’s School of Medicine in Washington DC. He has a lifelong passion for natural healing and promoting the body’s ability to heal itself.

With the recent announcement, Dr Thompson and his dedicated team strive to help their patients prevent, minimize and even overcome all types of health issues.

A satisfied patient said: “I had a great experience at Health Cellutions. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. Health Cellutions is really one of a kind, the artwork and atmosphere is truly incredible. You must come try this yourself!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Danielle Kalmbach
Email: Send Email
Organization: Health Cellutions
Address: 31313 North Scottsdale Road Suite 170, Scottsdale, AZ 85266, United States
Phone: +1-480-553-9171

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981217

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