Stem Cell Signaling 2018-04-09T18:25:24+00:00

Stem Cell Signaling

Rejuv Medical uses a unique clinic protocol Stem Cell Signaling© that consists of 2 comprehensive treatments. Beginning with an advanced High Frequency Electronic Field Instrument (HFEFI) partnered with stem cell injections.

Our HFEFI is much more advanced than common electro-stimulator devices. Stem Cell Signaling is patented to exists within a wide range of frequencies, operating with a bio-intelligent wave-form developed with a sophistication so advanced that it mimics the body’s own natural signals. Stem Cell Signaling blends in with the natural bio-electric signal patterns of the body so seamlessly that the nerves react to the new signal instead of regressing to being non-responsive. By signaling nerve cells with electronic impulses at specific frequencies, we have clinically proven to regenerate the nerve cells with this patented quantum biology technology.

Our stem cells are from the Umbilical Cord of a live healthy birth baby which contains an abundance of growth factors, proteins, and regenerative cells (including stem cells). The cord blood is processed in such a way that all blood components associated with rejection are removed. When these growth factors, proteins, regenerative cells, and stem cells are injected into a damaged joint, they go to work immediately. IL-1ra (Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist) immediately begins reducing the damaging inflammatory components (Tumor necrosis factor-alpha, Interferon-gamma, etc.). At the same time, the protein Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) stimulates blood supply for the damaged tissue, Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 (FGF-2) stimulates the damaged cells to grow and reproduce themselves, Transforming Growth Factor-beta (TGF-beta) stimulates cartilage to grow, and Stem Cell Factor (SCF) stimulates your native inactive stem cells to become activated and assist in the repair of the damaged tissue. This represents a small example of the hundreds of growth factors, proteins, and regenerative cells involved in the regenerative process that takes place when these cells are injected into a damaged joint. This type of regenerative medicine utilizes a natural approach to optimize the environment within a damaged joint, and then stimulates your own tissue to repair itself.