Author Archives: Michelle Ibarra

Patient Success Story | Leo R. Beus | Rehealth Testimonial

Dear Rehealth Team: My experience at the Institute was nothing short of amazing. I would be very ungrateful if I didn’t express my appreciation to you. You have a great organization and a great group of people. They were professional in every single way. I felt totally comfortable, had all questions answered that I asked, […]

Stem Cell Therapy | Diseases and Conditions

Stem cells are found at the front of the most auguring and revolutionary areas of medicine today.  The most promising thing about stem cell therapy is the fact that it opens the possibility to offer relief for patients with chronic pain and difficult-to-heal injuries, all without medications or risky surgeries.  Today, we will share the […]

Delaying Inflammaging | Biohacking Tips To Rejuvenate Yourself

Inflammation has been an important tool for the evolution and survival of living organisms, including humans. Inflammation comprises a series of cellular and biochemical responses to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants.  During the natural process of aging, we experience a certain amount of oxidative damage, accumulation of senescent cells, increased fat […]

TRAVEL DURING COVID-19 | New Travel Requirements

Since March 2020, at Rehealth Regenerative Therapies, we have joined efforts following national and international health department requests in efforts to control Covid-19. Today we want to inform you about the new traveling requirements that both the American and Canadian governments have established to ensure safety. New Travel Requirements: All air passengers arriving in the […]

Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Anti-Aging

Life expectancy has steadily increased around the world for over 200 years, and staying healthy has become an important goal to promote life quality. It’s well known that after the age of 25 our collagen levels decrease, opening the door to a wide range of unwanted “aging signs” that affect our looks, energy, sleep, and overall […]

5 Steps To (Really) Achieve Your New Years Resolutions

We all have been there, it’s January 1st and you have a list full of things that this year you really will accomplish. Since it’s the first week you take the step, pay that gym subscription, buy healthy groceries, but after a couple of weeks, you are back into your old habits. Sounds familiar?  Today […]

5 Ways Uncertain Times Are Affecting Your Brain

According to the University of Miami, uncertain times have created a new type of chronic stress that is affecting up to 75% of the American population.  VUCA (Volatility. Uncertainty. Complexity. Ambiguity) is a term employed to classify the high-demand, high-stress that can rapidly affect one of our most powerful assets, our attention. According to neuroscientist […]

Gratitude is an Antitote to Anxiety (Study)

2020 has been a rough ride for most of us. A global pandemic, unemployment, economic difficulties, and even political turmoil seems to take the best of us. With Thanksgiving around the corner, it seems legitimately hard to find reasons to be thankful for. However, recent studies prove that to overcome emotional fatigue or heaviness we […]

Autologous VS Allogenic Stem Cell Transplant: Which One is Better?

Stem cell therapy is a type of treatment that uses a patient’s stem cells to repair damaged cells, tissue, and injuries. The procedure is performed through injections and is a simple office procedure that doesn’t require general anesthesia or major care.  Today, we will share the implications, different transplants, as well as multiple conditions that […]

Stem Cell Therapy: Benefits For Athletes

For many years, athletes suffering from ortho conditions or sports injuries had surgery as their only option to recovery. Those types of procedures, besides being risky, painful, and with long recoveries, many times did not guarantee the full recovery of the patient. Today, after many years of research, stem cell therapy has become the greatest […]