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Healing From Within

One of the key components to regenerative care and one of the core philosophies at the Fraum Center for Restorative Health is the human body’s innate ability to heal itself. It’s the definition of the keywords behind therapeutic treatments in Regeneration or Restoration.

Breaking down regenerative medicine to its smallest ingredient is where science is partnering with our body’s own abilities in a field of medicine and treatment that has the ability to impact every function within our system: Peptide Therapy.

To go even further, breaking down peptide therapy – what it is and how it works – it helps to understand the definition and role of the key players at hand. 

What PEPTIDES are:

To understand peptides, start with their main ingredients, amino acids. Widely referred to as the primary “building blocks of life,” amino acids are organic compounds that make up the proteins that we need to maintain our ability to repair body tissue and grow muscle, maintain organ function and a healthy immune system, and heal from damage, disease, or natural degeneration. Amino acids, usually acquired by a healthy diet and supplements, form short chains (peptides) which then combine into larger chains (proteins). Build peptides, build the whole, healthy chain reaction.

Why does this matter and how does this affect our health? In every possible way. There are more than 7,000 variations of peptides found in the body to work with. Recent research developments continue to uncover the foundational influence of some peptides in the areas of pain relief, reducing inflammation, healing from disease or injury, and overall anti-aging benefits.

You may be surprised to know that peptide therapy has been an integral part of the healthcare sector for nearly a century. It's a lesser-known fact that insulin, essential for diabetes management, is actually a peptide.

What PEPTIDE THERAPY is:

Like many of our natural functions, production of peptides begins to decline as we age, resulting in a domino effect of unsupported health processes. Peptide Therapy goes direct to the source of the issue, beginning by increasing peptide production, which turns that domino effect in a positive direction stimulating the regrowth of cells and improving a wide range of health benefits and biological functions.

What PEPTIDE THERAPY does:  

While some restorative treatments hone in on specific functions and conditions, peptide therapy casts a restorative net over a range of health benefits and treatment types and options:  other treatments that target specific conditions, peptide therapy covers a laundry list of ailments and concerns and in turn, offers a range of benefits.

Peptide Therapy is designed to:

  • Promote mental health, memory, and cognitive function.
  • Reduce overall signs of aging.
  • Improve sexual function.
  • Increase immune function including gut health.
  • Build muscle mass and tissue.
  • Boost energy levels and physical strength.
  • Improve quality of sleep.
  • Stimulate hair growth, hormone levels, and collagen repair.
  • Affect weight loss.
  • Promote healthy bone structure.
  • Influence Inflammatory issues and Pain relief.
  • …And much more

In the next few months, the Fraum Center will explore several of these areas of health and wellness, looking more in depth at how we can partner with you to “live healthier longer,” and find improvement and relief in your area of struggle, pain, limitation, or illness.

How PEPTIDE THERAPY works:

Peptides can be administered and absorbed into the body through a variety of methods – oral supplements, topical creams, nasal sprays, or subdermal injections, and among the many benefits of this approach, are a natural alternative to prescription drugs, some of which can do more harm than good.

Avoid an increase in prescription intake and start benefiting from the exhaustive list of healthy functions influenced by Peptide Therapy. Contact us for an introduction on peptide therapy treatments available at the Fraum Center for Restorative Health and how we work with our patients on a relational level from start to restoration.

Healing From Within

One of the key components to regenerative care and one of the core philosophies at the Fraum Center for Restorative Health is the human body’s innate ability to heal itself. It’s the definition of the keywords behind therapeutic treatments in “regeneration” or “restoration.”

Breaking down regenerative medicine to its smallest ingredient is where science is partnering with our body’s own abilities in a field of medicine and treatent that has the ability to impact every function within our system: Peptide Therapy.

To go even further, breaking down peptide therapy – what it is and how it works – it helps to understand the definition and role of the key players at hand.

What PEPTIDES are:

To understand peptides, start with their main ingredients, amino acids. Widely referred to as the primary “building blocks of life,” amino acids are organic compounds that make up the proteins that we need to maintain our ability to repair body tissue and grow muscle, maintain organ function and a healthy immune system, and heal from damage, disease, or natural degeneration. Amino acids, usually acquired by a healthy diet and supplements, form short chains (peptides) which then combine into larger chains (proteins). Build peptides, build the whole, healthy chain reaction.

Why does this matter and how does this affect our health? In every possible way. There are more than 7,000 variations of peptides found in the body to work with. Recent research developments continue to uncover the foundational influence of some peptides in the areas of pain relief, reducing inflammation, healing from disease or injury, and overall anti-aging benefits.

What PEPTIDE THERAPY is:

Like many of our natural functions, production of peptides begins to decline as we age, resulting in a domino effect of unsupported health processes. Peptide Therapy goes direct to the source of the issue, beginning by increasing peptide production, which turns that domino effect in a positive direction stimulating the regrowth of cells and improving a wide range of health benefits and biological functions.

What PEPTIDE THERAPY does:  

While some restorative treatments hone in on specific functions and conditions, peptide therapy casts a restorative net over a range of health benefits and treatment types and options:  other treatments that target specific conditions, peptide therapy covers a laundry list of ailments and concerns and in turn, offers a range of benefits.

Peptide Therapy is designed to:

  • Promote mental health, memory, and cognitive function.
  • Reduce overall signs of aging.
  • Improve sexual function.
  • Increase immune function including gut health.
  • Build muscle mass and tissue.
  • Boost energy levels and physical strength.
  • Improve quality of sleep.
  • Stimulate hair growth, hormone levels, and collagen repair.
  • Affect weight loss.
  • Promote healthy bone structure.
  • Influence Inflammatory issues and Pain relief.
  • …And much more

In the next few months, the Fraum Center will explore several of these areas of health and wellness, looking more in depth at how we can partner with you to “live healthier longer,” and find improvement and relief in your area of struggle, pain, limitation, or illness.

How PEPTIDE THERAPY works:

Peptides can be administered and absorbed into the body through a variety of methods – oral supplements, topical creams, nasal sprays, or subdermal injections, and among the many benefits of this approach, are a natural alternative to prescription drugs, some of which can do more harm than good.

Avoid an increase in prescription intake and start benefiting from the exhaustive list of healthy functions influenced by Peptide Therapy. Contact us for an introduction on peptide therapy treatments available at the Fraum Center for Restorative Health and how we work with our patients on a relational level from start to restoration.