163 Brain Regeneration Stroke TBI Cerebral Palsy – Steenblock

Brain Regeneration Targets The Untreatable

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Brain Regeneration Insights Make A Significant Difference For Treatment Failure

David A. Steenblock, MS, DO, was born in Iowa in 1943, has been practicing medicine for over forty years and is currently medical director of David A. Steenblock, D.O., Inc. [A Personalized Brain Regeneration Medicine Clinic] – and is President of Steenblock Research Institute, Inc. a 501(3)c non-profit. He’s a delightful guest, with a  warm sense of humor and a deep understanding of remarkable new tools for brain regeneration.

Beginning in 1989 Dr. Steenblock was one of the first practicing physicians to employ hyperbaric oxygen therapy [HBOT] to treat stroke and was one of the first to use HBOT to treat an acute stroke case (which produced a remarkable clinical response and turnaround).

Stem Cell Research

In 2002, he started working closely with highly credentialed physicians in Mexico who treated patients with pure cord blood stem cells in conjunction with protocols he developed. Then, in 2004 he helped spearhead a pilot study involving eight children with cerebral palsy treated (in Mexico) with cord blood stem cells [PDF Article], which demonstrated both safety and efficacy, and in 2006 co-authored one of the first lay-level books on umbilical cord stem cell therapy ever published titled Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy: The Gift of Healing from Healthy Newborns.

Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate for Brain Regeneration

Then, starting in 2005, Dr. Steenblock pioneered the harvesting and infusion of stem cell-rich bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) along with FDA approved pharmaceutical stem cell activators to successfully treat a wide range of chronic medical conditions and diseases including many neurological diseases and conditions. During the 1990’s Dr. Steenblock began specializing in the repair and regeneration of damaged brain tissues in people with chronic stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral palsy, and autism by the use of daily hyperbaric oxygen treatments.

Dr. Steenblock believes he has determined the principle underlying players in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, MS and Alzheimer’s. All of these conditions appear to be due, at least in part, to the chronic overgrowth of toxic microorganisms in the small bowel especially the ileum – which is adjacent to the appendix. This topic can be found on YouTube videos below by Dr. Steenblock, along with many patient testimonials.

Interestingly, Dr. Steenblock’s own daughter suffered from post-traumatic stress syndrome and was given stem cells by her father and enjoyed many benefits.

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Websites & Book On TopIc: Brain Regeneration

Brain Regeneration Treatments Address

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • PTSD
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Alzheimer’s

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Thanks, David, for your encouraging observations on these remarkable advances for brain regeneration. Let’s meet again to talk about your thoughts on your interesting applications for autism.

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    • Dr Charles Parker on 10/29/2017 at 12:31 PM

      This episode is a must listen for anyone working on either acute or chronic cognitive decline – Outstanding info, much appreciated!
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  3. Anton Ideenmacher on 10/26/2017 at 11:49 AM

    Dr. Steenblock is definitely “not your father’s Oldsmobile”. More like a Lamborghini with the pedal pressed to the floor! I’ve been involved in the AltMed (CAM/functional medicine/Integrative medicine) field since the 1980s and have found few docs who truly innovate. Most are “copycats” – they learn things and regurgitate what they learn in books, articles, papers, and TV & radio shows – including most present-day CAM/IM “media stars”. Dr. Steenblock, on the other hand, does in-office clinical research, discovers what works, and then shares this as he has done so freely in this CoreBrain Journal podcast. This is definitely an interview worth listening to (more than once, I might add) and sharing with others. I am looking forward to Dr. Steenblock’s next podcast interview with Dr. Parker.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 10/29/2017 at 12:30 PM

      Thanks, Anton – Dr. Steenblock sets a new bar for us all to consider when searching for options with brain regeneration and evolved self-management – Appreciate your input!
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