Stem Cell Treatment for Parkinson Disease.
Parkinson’s disease, or PD, is a condition of the central nervous system. This degenerative disorder frequently causes impairment to the patient’s motor skills and speech; other neurological symptoms, including mood disorders, are also common.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include muscle rigidity and tremors. Slowness of movement, or bradykinesia, also occurs; in extreme cases, a total loss of physical movement, or akinesia, can also occur. In general, these symptoms are caused when the basal ganglia do not properly stimulate the motor cortex in the brain.
Parkinson’s is a chronic and progressive disease meaning that it worsens over time. As there is no known cure, treatments have traditionally focused on managing symptoms and helping patients to cope with their condition.
Are you living with Parkinson’s Disease? Call us today for a FREE consultation or fill out the Case Evaluation Form to begin your stem cell therapy for Parkinson.
ProgenCell’s stem cell procedures are scientifically designed and professionally followed; we have one goal in mind: substantial health improvement of people with simple logistics.
We do not suggest that patients substitute their current medical doctor or abandon current treatments. Since this is a long-term protocol, is necessary that your current medical doctor continues to follow up on your case.
Information: Our medical experts study your case, your current condition as well as your health history. After a full evaluation it is decided if you could be eligible to participate in this protocol, and receive cell therapy. A multidisciplinary medical committee studies your case and honestly considers your improvement potential.
After your case is evaluated, a ProgenCell staff member will contact you regarding your particular case and potential benefits. We also answer any question you may have about the procedure or the requirements to make it happen.
Plan: Once you have consented, we can plan ahead. Because of ProgenCell’s high demand, it is necessary to schedule a date for your procedure at least 2 to 3 weeks in advance. Exceptions can be made when the condition of the patient requires urgent care.
Conditioning and medical procedure: When your appointment is scheduled, we will assign you an agent that will become your personal assistant related to your medical procedure. This assistant will be able to help you with administrative tasks, logistics, planning your stay, communication with the medical staff, etc. Your personal agent will provide you the proper documentation to complete your medical records and will explain the informed consent. In short, we will coordinate all that’s necessary for a practical and easy stay with ProgenCell. The complete stem cell treatment – from beginning to end- will take from 3 to 6 hours, depending on the case. During your recovery time you will have access to a telephone, TV and internet.
Call us today for a FREE consultation or fill out the Case Evaluation Form to begin.
Parkinson’s disease affects movement, producing motor symptoms: tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia and postural instability. Also gait and posture disturbances such as decreased arm swing, a forward-flexed posture and the use of small steps when walking; speech and swallowing disturbances; and other symptoms such as a mask-like face expression or a small handwriting are only examples of the ample range of common motor problems that can appear with the disease. Non-motor symptoms include autonomic dysfunction, cognition, mood and behavior problems and can be as disabling as motor symptoms. Poor problem solving, and fluctuations in attention among other difficulties; Slowed cognitive speed, memory problems; specifically in recalling learned information, with an important improvement with cues; and visuospatial skills difficulties, Most frequent mood difficulties include depression, apathy and anxiety. Obsessive–compulsive behaviors such as craving, binge eating, hypersexuality, pathological gambling, or other, can also appear in PD, and have been related to a dopamine dysregulation syndrome associated with the medications for the disease.
Sleep problems can be worsened by medications, they can manifest as excessive daytime somnolence, disturbances in REM sleep or insomnia. Changes in perception include reduced sense of smell and sensation of pain. The progression of symptoms in PD may take 20 years or more. In some people, however, the disease progresses more quickly. There is no way to predict what course the disease will take for an individual person.