- 1 What Is Reverse Aging?
- 2 All About Reverse Aging
- 3 Personal Consultation
- 4 Reverse Aging Procedures
- 5 Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
- 6 Cost
- 7 FAQ
- 8 References
What Is Reverse Aging?
Reverse aging is a series of stem cell therapies that will enhance your appearance while it reinvigorates your body and mind.
Recent advances in single-cell technologies are revolutionizing our mechanistic understanding of stem cells. They offer an unprecedented opportunity for scientists and medical professionals alike. Reverse aging is part of Dr. Steenblock’s trademarked YOUNGERING™ treatments provided exclusively at Personalized Regenerative Medicine in San Clemente, California.
Dr. Steenblock and his expert team don’t just treat the surface-level signs of aging; they strengthen the body from within using established procedures designed to utilize the body’s natural healing capabilities. Relying on risky prescriptions and surgeries should not be the only path towards restorative healing. If you need further proof, Dr. Steenblock’s patients’ testimonials alone express the level of craft and skill present in his methods and practice.
They say age is just a number. Personalized Regenerative Medicine ensures this.
Let Personalized Regenerative Medicine unlock your inner strength with our cutting-edge and meticulously crafted mind and body enhancement approach. You can schedule your consultation with us online or call now at (949) 367-8870, and one of Dr. Steenblock’s friendly staff members will guide you along the process.
Dr. Steenblock looks forward to reinvigorating your body and your mind.
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All About Reverse Aging
Dr. Steenblock developed his reverse aging programs to address the aging process on the cellular level. Dr. Steenblock’s approach is based on the study of cellular senescence, which is the inactive state that cells enter at the end of their lifespan when they can no longer regenerate and proliferate, as younger cells do.
Benefits of Reverse Aging Treatments
- Encourages cell operations through boosting glucose uptake
- Stimulates cellular restoration
- Avoids prolonged illnesses and neurological conditions
- Nourishes essential neurological functions
- Encourages nutrient intake in aging individuals
- Strengthens the microbiome in our digestive system
- Counters inflammation everywhere in the body
- Averts the standard diminished physical and mental performance found in aging
Your consultation with Dr. David Steenblock is your first step towards your journey towards an invigorated you. During your consultation, you and Dr. Steenblock will discuss your needs and conditions. He will then go over your medical history and talk about your goals and expectations. Once he understands your history and conditions, he can create a personalized treatment plan designed specifically to help your body regenerate itself.
Contact us online to learn how you can push back against the degenerative effects of growing older, or call now at (949) 367-8870 to schedule your private consultation at Personalized Regenerative Medicine.
Reverse Aging Procedures
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
HBOT involves breathing in pure oxygen within a pressurized environment. In an HBOT chamber, the air pressure is raised two to three times higher than average. Under these conditions, the lungs can gather more oxygen than would be possible under normal circumstances
When the blood has all this extra oxygen throughout the body, it helps fight bacteria and encourages the release of growth factors and stem cells to improve healing.
HBOT has been used for many decades to treat an eclectic array of injuries, including stroke and heart disease. Studies indicate that treatment reinforces the body’s production and deployment of strong, adaptable stem cells in the bone marrow called “mesenchymes.”
Mesenchymal cells enhance the healing process by secreting growth factors that promote cellular restoration.
EDTA chelation therapy is a chemical process in which a synthetic solution (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) is injected into the bloodstream to remove heavy metals and/or minerals from the body. The effects of aging are raised by the accumulation of toxic metals and minerals in the body over time. These metals react with oxygen and glucose, resulting in oxidized cell membranes that are a significant part of aging and disease. When the EDTA seizes heavy metals and minerals such as lead, mercury, copper, iron, arsenic, aluminum, and calcium and removes them from the body after having been accumulating over the course of a lifetime.
Specifically, once Dr. Steenblock injects the solution into your bloodstream, it circulates through the system, binding to the various metals. The chelator collects them all into a mixture that is then filtered out through the kidneys and subsequently released through the urine.
Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
Back pain is one of the most common sources of chronic pain in adults. Instead of resorting to drugs or surgery, Dr. Steenblock will attempt to regenerate damaged tissues with his suite of stem cell and platelet-rich plasma-based therapies.
Hip pain can cause excruciating spasms in both the upper and lower body with every step you take. At Personalized regenerative medicine, our customized hip injections will aid in recovery from hip pain.
Joint pain can be inflammation and discomfort from any part of a joint. That includes bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and even muscles. Usually, when people say they have joint pain, there is inflammation from the joint capsule itself, such as the knee joint. Some of the most common causes of joint pain are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and trauma. To treat this, we utilize stem cell therapy.
Dr. Steenblock’s knee pain treatments are targeted therapies that treat the most common knee ailments that affect adults. We offer several types of non-surgical, regenerative treatments to alleviate knee pain and restore functionality.
Strokes & Traumatic Brain Injury
Strokes are among the top causes of death in the United States and a leading cause of significant disability. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is interrupted or severely reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. When blood flow does not reach the brain, brain cells begin to die, which results in brain damage. Dr. Steenblock has established himself as a pioneer in treating acute brain trauma and degenerative diseases through the use of stem cells.
At Personalized Regenerative Medicine, we devise custom treatments formed to each patient’s unique specifications. After your consultation, he can provide you with a comprehensive pricing plan for reverse aging treatments.
If you enjoyed learning about the benefits of reverse aging, we recommend you check out the Personalized Regenerative Medicine Blog. You’ll find all sorts of great content like anti-aging updates, lifestyle advice, informative articles, innovations in pain management procedures, and much more.
What is reverse aging?
Reverse aging is a collection of stem cell therapies and complementary therapeutics that will not only enhance your looks but reinvigorate your body and mind on a cellular level.
What Is Cellular Senescence?
Cellular Senescence is the inactive state that cells enter at the end of their lifespan when they can no longer regenerate and increase, as younger cells do.
What Is Regenerative Medicine?
Regenerative medicine is a field of medicine that deals with replacing, creating, or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore normal function.
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are highly adaptable cells that can replicate and develop themselves into a variety of cell types. Dr. Steenblock can also use them to repair damaged tissues.
What Are Mesenchymal Cells?
Mesenchymal cells are stem cells that are commonly found in areas of the body like the umbilical cord, bone marrow, and fat tissue.
What Is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy uses stem cells to enhance the body’s repair response to damaged tissue.
Are There Any Risks With Regenerative Medicine?
Regenerative medicine is minimally invasive and has very low risks and side effects. Because the stem cells or platelets are harvested from your own body, regenerative medicine’s inherent dangers are lower than steroids or surgery. There is some risk of bleeding, pain, injury, soreness, and infection with any injectable treatment. Risks are minimized by using standard safety and sterility protocols.
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