Stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that often impairs speech and other motor functions. Its symptoms include muscle rigidity, tremors, and the slowing of physical movement to a total loss of physical movement in the worst cases. Secondary symptoms may include autonomic, cognitive, and linguistic impairment. Parkinson’s disease is chronic, progressive, and unpredictable, developing quickly or over as many as twenty years, depending on the patient.
Although Parkinson’s is not fatal, it becomes debilitating over time and requires broad-based management involving education for both patient and family, support groups, general wellness protocols, exercise, nutrition, and physiotherapy. It has no known cure; current therapies address some of the symptoms with medication (involving adverse side effects) and surgery in order to make the patient more comfortable.
Research over the last decade has shown that stem cell therapies, when applied properly, can slow and even stop the progress of many neurological conditions, including Parkinson’s disease. ProgenCell’s therapy for this condition consists of elevating the number of fresh, non-manipulated stem cells in the patient’s bloodstream and brain cavity. These cells duplicate themselves and transform into new cells to replace damaged tissue and nerves and to rejuvenate the connections between neurons.
Because ProgenCell’s therapy repairs damaged nerve tissue and regenerates the neurological system, our patients can expect to see, at the very least, a slowing of the progress of the illness. Our previous patients have reported improvements both physical (increased energy, stronger walk, diminished rigidity, regained balance, improvements in speech, writing, and reading) and psychological (relief from depression and sleep difficulties). Some of our patients even have experienced a complete remission of their condition.
Patients who are treated in earlier stages of the disease can expect the best results, so it’s important to contact ProgenCell and start recovering from Parkinson’s today.

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