Endothelium Expansion

What is the Endothelium?

The endolhelium is the thin layer of cells that lines the interior surface of all of the vessels and arteries throughout the body from the heart to the smallest capillaries. Vascular endothelial cells usually align and elongate in the direction of blood flow.

When the body has a loss of proper endothelial function,

Congestive Heart Failure

What is Congestive Heart Failure?

Congestive Heart failure is a condition where the strength and performance of the heart is less efficient. When a patient has heart failure, the heart is not able to increase in rate to meet increase demand and the pressure within the heart & vascular system generally increases.  As a result,

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is a serious medical condition where the vessels in the coronary arteries have become narrowed or blocked causing is chest pain or discomfort.   This form of Angina is considered “Stable” or only occurs when your body requires more blood flow to meet increased demand with increased heart rates that occur during physical activity or times of stress. 


In a recent study it was found that diabetic patients showed improved endothelial function thereby enhancing insulin utilization after under going a series of RejuvaHeart™ protocol therapy. Here Dr. Morganstern tells his own findings on treating diabetic patients with RejuvaHeart™.

As we age our blood vessels become more and more narrow especially in those who have diabetes.

Treatable Conditions

Patient Selection Indications

  • Stable or Unstable Angina
  • Heart Attack – Acute Myocardial Infarction
  • Cardiogenic Shock
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Patients with anginal equivalent symptoms, for example dyspenea or fatigue related to ischemia
  • Patients with ischemic Cardiomyopathy including those with EF< 35% that are medically compensated
  • The elderly,


The term ‘angina’ refers to a pain in the heart. In most cases, it’s due to the narrowing of the heart (coronary) arteries. Standard treatment usually involves administering a statin medicine in order to lower cholesterol levels, a beta-blocker to protect the heart and stop the pain, and low-dose aspirin to ward off a heart attack.