After Providing Stem Cell Therapy to a 2-Olympia Winner in February, Doctor Is Delighted to Have Treated a Classic Physique Legend Now

Published 08/17/2023, 10:15 AM EDT

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Bodybuilding is a sport that demands unwavering determination, dedication, and mental stability, alongside physical strength and capabilities. Athletes in this field push their bodies to the limit to achieve chiseled physiques and impressive muscle mass. However, the pursuit of such monumental goals often comes with a price–the risk of injuries due to intense workout sessions.

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In recent times, modern medical science has provided innovative solutions for injury recovery with stem cell therapy. Legendary bodybuilder Ronnie Coleman, and two-time Mr. Olympia Big Ramy have turned to this cutting-edge therapy. Recently, one more bodybuilder, Chris Bumstead, pursued this therapy. His doctor Adeel Khan delightfully shared a picture on social media.

Chris Bumstead undergoes stem cell surgery

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In a re-shared Instagram post, Chris Bumstead expressed his gratitude, stating, “A leader in regenerative, I’ll explain more of what we did, and he’ll be posting a YouTube video soon!”. The IFBB pro bodybuilder prepares to share his experience through the upcoming YouTube video.

His bodybuilding journey has been nothing but a rollercoaster. In 2019, right before the prestigious event, he got his hernia surgery. It was a difficult situation, but he somehow surprised his fans and bodybuilding community with his performance. Despite his health issues, he constantly faced before and after his performance on the stage. He’s never afraid. His never ‘give-up’ attitude made him win three consecutive Mr. Olympia titles. And now is taking treatment again before the Mr. Olympia contest.

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According to Dr. Khan, Stem cell therapy is a medical approach that uses the body’s cells to repair and regenerate damaged tissues. This revolutionary technique has proven effective in treating various injuries sustained by athletes, including bodybuilders. Renowned bodybuilders like Ronnie Coleman and Big Ramy also went through this treatment as well.

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Bumstead is following in the footsteps of these renowned bodybuilders

In 2022, two-time Mr. Olympia, Big Ramy, faced notable challenges on the Olympia stage. His physique appeared less conditioned compared to his previous stellar performances, leading to his fall to fifth place in the competition. This unexpected outcome left many speculating about the future of his dominance in the sport. However, due to his injuries, he took the stem cell treatment earlier this year. Bodybuilding legend Coleman’s life after retirement has been far from easy. While his unparalleled dedication propelled him to become one of the sport’s most dominant champions, it also came at a cost. Pushing his body to its limits resulted in excruciating pain and a loss of mobility.

In an old interview published by Generation Iron Fitness Network, Dr. Adeel Khan provided insights into the surgical process during Coleman’s treatment. Dr. Khan stated that, “I’m working on treating his nervous system with stem cells and something called ANF which is Amino Neurofrequesncy- It’s a special type of neurofrequency, which we program into the nervous system. We’re doing some cutting-edge stuff with him, hopefully, we get him back to Mr. O Again.”

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The rise of stem cell therapy in the realm of bodybuilding marks a new era in injury recovery and performance optimization. With its ability to accelerate healing and tissue regeneration, this treatment holds promise for athletes looking to bounce back from injuries without compromising their competitive edge.

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Arpita Shrivastava

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Arpita Shrivastava is a bodybuilding writer at EssentiallySports. She holds a Master's Degree in Mass communication. She has done her graduation in Hindi literature From Delhi University.
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