Verletzungen und degenerative Erkrankungen des Menschen vollständig zu regenerieren. Complete regeneration associated with injuries and degenerative diseases in human beings.
Frank Schreier has been an international sports manager for more than 25 years. He is proud to be one of the closest confidants and friends of Mohamed Khalifa.
Through his involvement in several companies and his large network, he is primarily responsible for the acquisition of sponsors and supporters of the association.
Schreier is convinced that this project will have a massive impact and help many athletes, as well as ordinary people like you and me achieve faster regeneration.
Michael Ofner launched the research project RegentK, in 2008, and as a further development, in association with Mohamed Khalifa and Frank Schreier has promoted ideas and projects for better regeneration.
It aims to better understand the human body in its entirety, and to explore connections between processes in order to not only develop applicable, effective, targeted therapies but also preventive strategies.
Ofner is an entrepreneur in addition to his research, and lectures at international conferences on health and works as a sports physician.
Mohamed has been working with his hands therapeutically on patients for more than 40 years. His focus is on the treatment of injuries of the musculoskeletal system, primarily the knee.
At his practice, he has helped countless top athletes, celebrities and ordinary people like you and me, to achieve a full range of functions in a very short time, and hence to reach full utilisation after injuries.
Through his determination for knowledge, his love for the human cell and his passion for steadily improving his abilities, he has developed RegentK into an efficient, unique therapy system. This valuable experience forms part of our research allowing many other people to benefit from it.
For more information about Mohamed Khalifa, please go to RegentK.com
Head of the Research Unit for Complementary and Integrative Laser medicine, the Research Unit for Biomedical Engineering in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine and the TCM Research Centre of the Medical University of Graz.
Subproject leader in Phase 1 and Phase 2 of RegentK.
Hermann Schwameder represents the subject of biomechanics in research and is teaching at the Department of Sports and Movement Science.
His expertise includes biomechanical movement and stress analyses in sport-oriented and clinical settings, focusing on walking on slopes, running, ski jumping and cycling.
Another focus relates to the human-environment interaction in conjunction with equipment and material, especially when running or mountain walking.
In addition to classical biomechanical analyses, modern methods of body and muscle modelling, pattern recognition and neural networks are used.
Specialist in anaesthesiology and intensive care medicine; specialising in regional anaesthesia, pain medicine, and university lecturing.
Chairman of the eLearning Committee and the Education and Training Committee of the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA).
Chairman of the association ìFokus Medizinî, head of the interdisciplinary diploma course of pain medicine of ÖGARI (Österr. Society of Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation).
Harald Walach is a guest Professor at the University of Witten-Herdecke, where he lectures on the philosophical foundations of psychology. He is also a guest Professor at the Medical University of Poznan and works as a freelance consultant, scientist, author and coach.
He has looked back on his 30-year career when evaluating complementary medicine and has published more than 165 reviewed publications in scientific journals. He has also written 86 chapters for books, and has written 11 books himself and is the editor of another 13 books.
His special interest relates to the role consciousness plays not only by medicine, but also our culture. This has led him to investigate matters relating to meditation research and the cultivation of consciousness in recent years.
Wolgang Marktl´s interest has always been in relation to an integrative physiology.
Through his activities as President of the Vienna International Academy for Integrative Medicine, he is constantly faced with new views in medicine.
He is convinced that the future of medicine lies in an area that includes systemic and dynamic thinking in relation to integrative medicine.
Currently working in the Department of Trauma Surgery and Sports Traumatology at the Kepler University Hospital in Linz.
Support of new national teams of the young Austrian Football team - currently the under 18, National Football team.
Scientific assistant at the TCM Research Centre Graz, Medical University of Graz.
Project co-worker in phase 1 and phase 2 of RegentK.
Inge Stelzer has a professorship and is an expert in the field of clinical laboratory diagnostics. Her knowledge and experience in the field of biomarkers has enriched the “know-how pool” of our projects as she offers a valuable, fact-based component.
Through her research on stem cells, she was able to significantly contribute to the understanding of morphological regeneration mechanisms in our projects.
Gerda Strutzenberger is an experienced scientist in the field of biomechanics and motion analysis.
As part of Professor Schwameder’s team, she supports our project offering creative input and critical thinking. Her international experience is reflected in her structured approach to research methodology.
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