Parkinson’s Disease Stem Cell Treatment
Parkinson’s is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system mainly affecting the motor system. It can be Primary Parkinson’s with no known cause, or Secondary Parkinson’s due to known causes like toxins.
The most common symptoms include shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and difficulty with walking and gait. Later in development of the disease, thinking and behavioral problems may appear, sensory, sleep and emotional problems can occur also. Treatments using the antiparkinson medications aim to improve the early stages of the disease but as the condition progresses, neurons continue to be lost and these medications become ineffective.
How can Stem Cell Therapy help you?
The innovation behind the stem cell therapy in Parkinson’s cases is due to the capacity of stem cells to replace the damaged brain cells that produce the dopamine and also their ability to improve the immune system.
Where can you go for Stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease?
Basically, your options are multiple!
There are plenty of destinations in the world that offer high quality stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease
Visited by numerous patients every year, countries like Mexico, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, China, Thailand, and South Korea are just some of the where you can find certified stem cell therapy clinics treating local and international patients who struggle with parkinson’s.
After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that:
- Stem cells can help in controlling the progression of the disease
- Stem cells can help in improving the quality of life
- Stem cells can achieve the affected cells’ properties and characteristics
Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:
- Lowered dose of antiparkinson medication
- Decreased spasticity and tremor
- Improved thinking, memory and intellect
Future of Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s
Because of its morphology, Parkinson’s disease is fairly receptive to stem cell transplantation therapies, which basically utilizes the process of substituting healthy dopamine producing brain cells for those that are dead or dying.
Stem cells research facilities around the globe are currently undergoing clinical trials, patient trials and recording results. While stem cell therapy has not yet been approved in the United States, they are available in a variety of locations throughout the globe from Central Europe to Latin America to Asia and, of course, the clinical trials underway in the United States, offering hope to millions of Parkinson’s patients.
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