45 min

Brilliant Thoughts: Creating an Environment for Success with Dr. Adeel Khan SUCCESS Podcasts

    • Business

Adeel Khan, M.D., started his career journey as a personal trainer, but the lack of intellectual stimulation and his continuing desire to help people evolved into his current career as a doctor, entrepreneur and researcher. However, during and after medical school Khan discovered that people were focused on preventative care and immediate treatments rather than health and lifestyle tools that would create a lasting impact. 

Khan traveled the world to learn from conference speakers and people in countries including Europe and Asia, and brought all of that knowledge back with him. Today, he discusses how we can improve our body’s natural healing abilities—but to make a start on doing this, he says, we need to rework our environment. That is, we need to find a way to restructure the world and stimuli around us to encourage our success rather than hinder it. Additionally, Khan and Brilliant Thoughts host, Tristan Ahumada, discuss managing your attention, avoiding shortcuts in life and current regenerative medicine research, including Khan’s own entrepreneurial and research projects. 

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Dr. Adeel Khan is known internationally for treating high-profile celebrities and athletes—from everyday clients to the richest man in Dubai. He co-founded Xalt and is the Chief Scientific Officer of Science & Humans. Find him on Instagram @dr.akhan and on YouTube at Doctor Adeel.

**Opinions and claims made by a podcast guest are strictly those of the guest and do not represent the opinions or claims of SUCCESS Enterprises. No guest statements are a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Adeel Khan, M.D., started his career journey as a personal trainer, but the lack of intellectual stimulation and his continuing desire to help people evolved into his current career as a doctor, entrepreneur and researcher. However, during and after medical school Khan discovered that people were focused on preventative care and immediate treatments rather than health and lifestyle tools that would create a lasting impact. 

Khan traveled the world to learn from conference speakers and people in countries including Europe and Asia, and brought all of that knowledge back with him. Today, he discusses how we can improve our body’s natural healing abilities—but to make a start on doing this, he says, we need to rework our environment. That is, we need to find a way to restructure the world and stimuli around us to encourage our success rather than hinder it. Additionally, Khan and Brilliant Thoughts host, Tristan Ahumada, discuss managing your attention, avoiding shortcuts in life and current regenerative medicine research, including Khan’s own entrepreneurial and research projects. 

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Dr. Adeel Khan is known internationally for treating high-profile celebrities and athletes—from everyday clients to the richest man in Dubai. He co-founded Xalt and is the Chief Scientific Officer of Science & Humans. Find him on Instagram @dr.akhan and on YouTube at Doctor Adeel.

**Opinions and claims made by a podcast guest are strictly those of the guest and do not represent the opinions or claims of SUCCESS Enterprises. No guest statements are a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

45 min

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