Topic: Injury Treatment, Pain, Rehabilitation, Tissue Regeneration, Stem Cells.
These treatments come under the headings of: Injury Treatment, Pain, Rehabilitation, Tissue Regeneration, Stem Cells.
We have developed several unique methods for the treatment of injuries or recent or chronic damaged tissue, including conditions involving pain.
These treatments come under the general medical headings: Injury Treatment, Injured Tissue, Pain, Tissue Regeneration, Stem Cells. Treatments are applied with portable electrotherapy devices, either in-clinic or taken home for extended, continuous application. The treatments are selected and combined as appropriate for optimal results.
1. Fibroblast Cell Modification Treatment
- We utilize and have developed on a specialized treatment that utilizes a silver iontophoresis method to stimulate a type of cell involved in the healing process, called a ‘Fibroblast’, to self-modify with the regrowth abilities of stem cells for tissue regeneration.
- These newly modified cells become available to remodel existing tissues and form completely new tissues, to an extent not normally possible in the human body.
Background to this treatment
Part of this treatment system is similar to the USA patented methods developed by Orthopedist, Robert O Becker for surface tissue healing and regeneration:
2. Cyclic AMP Stimulation Treatment
- Read about this new electrotherapy treatment on this external linked page [trusted source]
3. Microcurrent Treatment
All these treatments can be supported and enhanced by anti-inflammatory dietary practices, together with appropriate exercise in cases of musculoskeletal injuries, which we can also advise about and direct.
We have some good clinical and radiological evidence to support and confirm successful results with these treatments.
Some result highlights are shown in the two links below:
- Radiographically confirmed reversal (disappearance) of chronic scarring in lungs from tuberculosis infection decades earlier:
- Normalization and probable regrowth of new liver tissue around hepatic cyst: