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Inspiring Conversations with David Steenblock of Personalized Regenerative Medicine

Today we’d like to introduce you to David Steenblock.

Hi David, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstories.
Have you ever had a mysterious illness suddenly call for your attention? Then you went to the doctor or specialist and went through all the blood tests, MRI scans, and more only to come up with absolutely nothing? The amount of stress and frustration that causes is unbelievable. Luckily that is where I step in. My practice, Personalized Regenerative Medicine is located at 187 Avenida La Pata, San Clemente. I started off my life with quite a number of health complications. So, growing up I was always the patient seeing new doctors, trying to diagnose my health conditions. Standard care made my body sicker, so I sought out other remedies and therapies, leading me to do the exact same care for others and opening my practice. I was always the one looking for answers for people that do not have answers. I am always looking forward to what is the greatest thing that we can do which hasn’t been done yet.

At Personalized Regenerative Medicine, my clinic believes that your body is already equipped with everything it needs to heal itself. However, we know that some ailments require additional opportunities for finding health and healing. That is why I have taken the opportunity to specialize in stem cell research and regenerative healing. I have devoted my career to the diseases which most ail and traumatize the human condition. My method of treatment has been implementing adult (non-embryonic) stem cells to significantly repair blood flow to the brain, giving patients a revitalization of balance, faculties, and a normal sense of self. Stem cells, the earliest type of cell in a cell lineage, have the ability to promote growth and healing throughout the entire human body, in turn, I have been able to help regenerate the body from the inside out in an unlimited number of procedures. I have used stem cells to significantly help patients suffering from ALS, Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Chronic Pain, Strokes and Traumatic Brain Injury, Heart Disease, and Cerebral Palsy, including the discovery of brain barrier breach and cervical spine damage in patients with ALS.

I have also created a break-through supplement called Stemgevity which utilizes encapsulated stem cell growth activators to help patients relieve pain, promote tissue regeneration, stimulate collagen, and see fast results in overall

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
To suggest the journey has been easy would be an exaggeration. Colleagues initially did not take my study and the novel treatments I was developing for patients very seriously.

These same colleagues concurred with my research more than 20 years later. My enthusiasm for researching has resulted in over 50,000 patients, and becoming the first author to write and publish a book about stem cells worldwide.

As you know, we’re big fans of Personalized Regenerative Medicine. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about the brand?
I have studied extensively at Iowa State University, and have completed residencies at Providence Hospital in Seattle, Washington, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio with Anatomic and Clinical Pathology; at the University of Oregon, Health Sciences Center in Portland; has served as National Undergraduate Research Trainee under John Mutchmore, Ph.D.; National Science Foundation Cardiovascular Trainee; Teaching Assistant, Biochemistry and Physiology at the University of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, Iowa; Research Assistant, the Biochemistry Research Lab University of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, Iowa under David Celander, Ph.D., co-discoverer of Urokinase; as a Research Assistant in the Hematology Division at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA under L. Harker, M.D; developed a general practice model for Washington/Alaska Regional Medical Program; I have worked in emergency medicine in various hospitals in Cleveland; worked alongside Dr. Carl Ebnother, Cardiologist in general practice; served as the Director of the Nutribar Laboratory in Foster City, CA for over twenty years; founded The Brain Therapeutics Medical Clinic in Mission Viejo, California; I founded The Steenblock Research Institute, Inc in 2003; and worked my own practice for regenerative medicine providing bone marrow therapies for patients with chronic degenerative disease and/or interests in anti- aging in San Clemente, California since 2006. I have written two books: Chlorella: Natural Medicinal Algae, and Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy, The Gift of Healing from Healthy Newborns co-authored with Anthony G. Payne, Ph.D.

I am a recipient of several awards including but not limited to National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Participant 1963; Fellowship at the National Institute of Health – Cardiovascular Fellow; Charles H. Farr M.D., Ph.D. Pioneer Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research and Development of Oxidative Medicine in April of 2002; and the Lifetime Achievement Award “To the betterment of mankind and the advancement of integrative medicine from the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM) in Orlando, Florida on October 23, 2015.

What makes you happy?
I’m happiest when I’m solving the health puzzles of my patients. I genuinely care about people, and I care a lot about making them better.

More than half of my patients come to me from other doctors who ordered a variety of tests but never even bothered to look at the outcomes. My responsibility to them is to thoroughly review whatever medical history they may have, make a diagnosis, and then come up with the best treatment plan that best suits each person’s requirements.

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