STEM CELL THERAPY FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
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Used in conjunction with enhancement treatments, such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Regenerative Medicine can potentially improve your chances of long-term health.
A new alternative way to help manage the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Whether you have recently been diagnosed or battling this condition for years, this breakthrough in Regenerative Medicine may be a potential opportunity for an alternative option in your journey to wellness.
With Stemedix Regenerative Medicine Therapy, your rebuilding process can begin.
Studies have shown the following potential symptom improvements:
Reduction of Muscle Pain
Reduction of Muscle Spasms
Reduction in Numbness
Reduction in Tingling Sensations
Improved Balance and Range of Motion
Sense of Touch and Vision Improvement
Slowing or Decreasing Rate of Progression
Reduction in Headaches
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative condition in which the central nervous system (CNS) is attacked by an individual’s own immune system. In specific, the protective tissue called the myelin sheath which surrounds nerve fibers in the brain is attacked by an abnormal immune response. This results in inflammation and exposure of nerve fibers, which leads to a disoriented signal flow between nerve cells and the brain. The disruption of communication between the brain and the body leads to a broad range of symptoms, including loss of motor skills, coordination, spasticity, and cognitive abilities.
Multiple Sclerosis can be challenging to manage, as the progression and severity of symptoms affects each patient differently. For example, some patients may experience abnormal sensations in the extremities, decreased tactility in the hands, fatigue, loss of balance, and muscle aches. Individuals with the most severe symptoms may experience bladder problems, difficulty walking, dizziness, muscle spasticy, and loss of vision. Symptoms may appear in episodic periods of worsening, known as flare-ups, and can cause progressive deterioration of neurological functions.
Traditionally, the primary method of treatment for Multiple Sclerosis has focused on preventing the abnormal response of the immune system. This employs the use of medications to delay the abnormal immune response. Recently, however, an alternate treatment method has been introduced.
For Multiple Sclerosis and other degenerative conditions, repairing and replacing cells damaged by the disease is a promising means of helping patients achieve an improvement in symptoms. Recently, researchers have made great strides by using Regenerative Medicine therapy for treating such conditions. In particular, Regenerative Medicine may encompass the use of stem cells, which have the potential to regenerate lost or damaged cells, including myelin sheath tissue which becomes damaged in Multiple Sclerosis. Moreover, stem cells can also modulate the immune system to temporarily disable the abnormal attack on healthy cells. Patients with degenerative conditions who have undergone Regenerative Medicine therapy have reported improvements in body and cognitive function.
Stemedix speaks with Thomas R. and his wife about their experience with Stemedix stem cell treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. Thomas has Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS).
How Stemedix Helps You Heal
Professional Medical Care
Our Board-Certified Physicians specialize in regenerative medicine. They stay abreast of the latest developments in stem cell research. Each patient is screened and reviewed before being approved for therapy.
Each patient is thoroughly reviewed to ensure their safety for treatment. The physicians will then determine potential benefit candidacy. If approved, a customized treatment plan is offered for the patient.
Stemedix can help coordinate patients with necessary wheelchair transportation, medical equipment, and Care Giving services as needed during their stay. Your Care Coordinator is available for questions and assistance.
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