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Stem Cell Therapy and Fibromyalgia

Stem Cell Therapy and Fribromyalgia Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which a person has long-term, body-wide pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, depression, and anxiety.

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ProgenCell’s 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.

Step 1:

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.

Step 2:

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.

Step 3:

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 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.
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Fibromyalgia refers to a group of non-articular rheumatic disorders that are characterized by pain and stiffness of variable intensity in the muscles, tendons, and surrounding soft tissue, as well as a range of other symptoms. Fibromyalgia is not contagious. Between three and six percent of the world’s population suffer from these disorders, most commonly those between twenty and fifty years of age.

The term fibromyalgia was coined in 1976 and comes from the Latin word fibra (fiber) and the Greek words myos (muscle) and algos (pain).
In the case of fibromyalgia, no physical abnormalities are detected at the sites where patients complain of pain. Consequently, most current hypotheses have to do with the central nervous system and with variations in neuromediators’ responses to pain. Even though a general physical examination is normal and the patient appears to be healthy, careful examination of the muscles of a person with fibromyalgia reveals touch-sensitive areas in specific locations. These are areas of the body that are painful when pressure is exerted on them. The presence and pattern of these points distinguish fibromyalgia from other medical conditions.

Although the causes still unclear, fibromyalgia is thought to be caused, or at least worsened, by physical or mental stress, physical trauma, exposure to excessive moisture or cold, poor sleep, or rheumatic disease. Some theories point to a genetic predisposition, with emphasis on research on the COMT gene and genes related to serotonin and Substance P.

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