Multiple Sclerosis Cell Therapy (MS)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks the central nervous system (CNS), leading to demyelination. It may cause numerous physical and mental symptoms, and often progresses to physical and cognitive disability. Multiple Sclerosis Treatment with Stem Cell Therapy can now be used. Disease onset usually occurs in young adults, and is more common in women. MS affects the areas of the brain and spinal cord known as the white matter. Specifically, MS destroys oligodendrocytes, which are the cells responsible for creating and maintaining the myelin sheath, which helps the neurons carry electrical signals. MS results in a thinning or complete loss of myelin and, less frequently, transection of axons. Stem Cell Multiple Sclerosis treatment is giving our patient real therapeutic benefits.
Multiple Sclerosis signs and symptoms can be variable for person to person and unpredictable. It is known that two people will experience different symptoms, even for that matter each person’s symptoms will not also be the same but it will fluctuate over the period of time.
Multiple Sclerosis Causes
The cause of Multiple Sclerosis is like many untreatable diseases, is still under research. Doctors suggest it as an autoimmune disease, in which the body's immune system target its own tissues and cells, killing in the immune response , a fatty substance that protects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Researchers are still in search that why and how Multiple Sclerosis develops. According to them, a combination of factors and condition ranging from genetics factors to childhood infections may be the cause.
Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
The symptoms vary depending on which nerve cell of the nervous system has been affected. The symptoms are as follows:
- Numbness or weakness in various parts of the body.
- Loss vision partially or completely blurred vision can also be caused.
- Tingling in various parts of body or pain in body parts.
- Lack of coordination or unsteady gait, or slurring of speech.
- Fatigue or dizziness.
- Numbness or Tingling
- Dizziness or Vertigo
- Walking Difficulties
- Vision Problems
- Bladder Problems
- Speech Problems
- Swallowing Problems
- Tremor, Seizures, slurring, Breathing Problems, Itching
- Headache, Hearing problem
- Repeated urinary tract infection due to bladder abnormal functioning
- Pressure sores due to immobility Depression
Conventional Multiple Sclerosis treatment
Multiple sclerosis has been untreatable disease as of now. The Conventional treatment only recover a patient from symptoms but the stem cell therapy recover from an Multiple Sclerosis attack faster, modify the administration of the disease and manage symptoms.
The conventional treatment only treat Multiple sclerosis Symptoms mostly by involving some oral medications to give relief from the problem or to get relief from relapse followed by rehabilitation like physiotherapy or occupational therapy, etc. However the point here to be noted is that although patients are getting some relief from these treatments, but it is not possible to completely remove the diseased condition and the patient has to stay in the same condition forever. Recently 100% of the cases of Multiple sclerosis have been connected with a chronic condition known as CCSVI; which literally stands for chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency.
Multiple Sclerosis Cell Treatment:
Our Stem Cell Multiple Sclerosis Treatment may help patients who don’t respond to typical drug treatment, want to reduce their reliance on medication or are looking to try stem cell therapy before starting drug treatment.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is widely believed to be an autoimmune condition – the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks, and subsequently damages, the ‘myelin sheath’ protecting nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. This damage causes messages to and from the brain to be slowed, distorted or stopped altogether. This is what leads to the symptoms of MS.
Damage to the myelin sheath is believed to cause ‘relapses’, or MS attacks. In these attacks, symptoms flare up and last for anything from 24 hours to several months. Over time, if nerve fibers themselves become damaged, or destroyed completely, this can lead to ‘progression’ of the MS and an increase in disability.
This Multiple Sclerosis stem cell treatment is designed to target the myelin sheath by introducing adult mesenchymal stem cells past the blood brain barrier so they may differentiate into and repair the myelin sheath nerve cells. This process is called remyelination. Further, being that Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune condition, mesenchymal stem cells have the ability to rebalance the immune system; keeping it from attacking itself. This process is referred to as immunomodulation. Through remyelination and immunomodulation, we hope to work toward improving the quality of lives of patients dealing with Multiple Sclerosis - consider multiple sclerosis stem cell treatment.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS TREATMENT PROGRAM OPTIONS ( 7-14 days)
Option 1) 200,000,000 purified Mesenchymal stem cells
Option 2) 100,000,000 purified Mesenchymal stem cells
- + Bioquark peptide
- + Nerve & CNS growth factors
- + GcMAF injections
- + Spinal point Laser therapy
- + Stem Cell stimulation Laser therapy
- + Oxygen therapy
- + Enzyme + Nutriton course
STEM CELL MS TREATMENT RESULTS:
Multiple Sclerosis patients treated with stem cells usually observe improvements in the following areas:
- Motor Function
- Neuropathic Pain
- Bladder & Bowel Control and more