Doing the Caymans Stem Cell Tourist Scene...
POSTED ON 7/28/2013 IN Regenerative Medicine Education BY Christopher Centeno
This Cayman Islands stem cell clinic week I have my family down here. I have to say, summer is a great time to come, as it's only a few degrees hotter and there are far fewer tourists. As a result, I have been doing the stem cell tourist scene here, which means that I'm finally getting to do everything that all my patients have talked about. The picture above is at Dolphin Cove. There are two dolphins pushing on the ball of each foot. They are so powerful that they are literally pushing me out of the water. What's amazing is that their pushing exactly on the balls of my feet with amazing precision. I decided that my camera pose would be a Regenexx superman like the one we have in the Regenexx-SCP video. Dolphin Cove was a great experience. I would also highly recommend the sunset Red Sail catamaran cruise, the banana boat ride on seven mile, and the Turtle Farm where the kids get to hold young sea turtles. I'll be working when the family takes a trip to Stingray City, so I still haven't done that one yet. However, I have to say that in addition to having world class scuba, the Caymans has a vibrant tourist scene that has something for everyone. RegenexxCayman is an independently owned and operated medical services provider operating exclusively in the Cayman Islands and is not part of or affiliated with the Centeno-Schultz Clinic or any U.S. Regenexx Network provider. The Regenexx-C procedure licensed by RegenexxCayman is not approved by the U.S. FDA for use in the United States.
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