Multiple Sclerosis is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spine is damaged, therefore the communication between different parts of nervous system is disrupted. This means that different parts of the nervous system cannot communicate and a range of signs and symptoms can occur: double vision, blindness in one eye, muscle weakness, trouble with sensations and coordination.

MS can be classified according to the occurrence of symptoms. If the symptoms are occurring in isolated attacks the specialists are talking about relapsing forms of MS and if the symptoms are building up over time, they are talking about progressive forms of MS. IN between the attacks, the symptoms may disappear completely but the neurological problems remain.

There is no known cure for MS. Treatments are aiming to improve function after the attacks and prevent new ones from happening.

How can Stem Cell Therapy help you?

The main focus of Stem cell therapy in cases of MS is to stop one’s immune system to attack the nervous system. This way, the neurological symptoms regress.

The Stem cell therapy approach in treating Autism is based on the capacity of these cells to influence the immune system and to restore the damaged cells. Being a disease that affects the brain, stem cell therapy can help improving all the neurological symptoms and intellectual capacity.

Where can you go for Stem cell therapy for Multiple Sclerosis?

An increasing number of patients are traveling abroad in order to get stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis. Countries like Mexico, Germany, Ukraine, China and South Korea are just a few examples of places where you can find top notch stem cell therapy at reasonable prices. Tremendous progress has been made in stem cell research, thanks some destinations’ flexible policies in this matter.

Before choosing the option that’s right for you, do a solid research: be sure that the medical center is certified, check out the doctors’ credentials, read all about the therapy’s details, compare costs and analyze every aspect.

After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that:
  • Stem cells can help reduce or even prevent damage to nerve cells
  • Stem cells can help facilitate the repair of myelin
  • Stem cells can help improve neuromuscular function, coordination, eyesight, & self care capacity.
Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:
  • Boosted immune system improved self care skills
  • Shorter exacerbation episodes and longer remissions
  • Stabilized condition and course of the diseases attenuated