Parkinson’s Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

Originating in the brain, Parkinson’s Disease occurs when dopamine-producing cells within the brain stop working. As a result of dopamine no longer being produced, patients with Parkinson’s Disease begin experiencing a range of symptoms. Motor symptoms, such as muscle rigidity, tremors, and slowing of movement, are among the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s, but patients may also experience a wide range of other symptoms as well. Common non-motor symptoms caused by Parkinson’s include pain, depression, insomnia, memory problems, anxiety, and fatigue, as well as bladder and/or bowel problems.

What Treatments are Currently Available for Parkinson’s Disease?

To date, the majority of treatments for Parkinson’s have focused on reducing the symptoms associated with the disease and minimizing a patient’s discomfort. As Parkinson’s is a progressive disease, it will worsen over time and patients will notice an increase in the severity of their symptoms. Typical treatments involve a combination of physical therapies, drug therapies and, in some cases, surgical intervention. . By prescribing medication to increase the patient’s dopamine levels, the aim of drug therapy is to increase the amount of dopamine in the brain and enable it to stimulate the relevant parts of the brain. While a combination of physical rehabilitation, drug therapies and surgeries may help reduce the severity of symptoms, they will not cure or reverse Parkinson’s, nor will they stop the disease from progressing further. Stem cell treatment for Parkison’s disease as an option is being intensively researched However, when stem cell treatment is used for Parkinson’s, patients can obtain remarkable respite from the condition. Now available to patients worldwide, Fetal Stem Cell (FSC) therapy can effectively relieve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease!

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are the basis for every type of cell within the human body. Effectively the body’s ‘raw materials,’ stem cells form more cells, which then either self-renew as stem cells or develop into other types of specialized cells. It’s this process of developing into different types of cells or differentiating, which is so promising for Parkinson treatment and in the treatment of other diseases and conditions. While stem cells may be the basis of every type of cell, the potential for them to develop into cells with specialized functions means they can be used to treat different organs, tissues, and systems within the body. Since they directly control the physical activities, stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease is considered the most promising option for effective recovery.

How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

At Stem Cell of America, we deliver revolutionary stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease patients with a variety of conditions. Known as regenerative medicine, Parkinson stem cell therapy is designed to restore or repair damaged cells within the brain. In patients with Parkinson’s, the cells which should be producing dopamine, but are failing to do so, can be repaired or restored by stem cells. Once this process takes place, the body’s natural levels of dopamine increase and the symptoms caused by the disease diminish considerably

What is Fetal Stem Cell Treatment?

Fetal stem cells are particularly effective in treating illnesses, such as Parkinson’s disease. As these cells are pluripotent, they can develop into any type of cell, which means they can be used to reduce the symptoms of numerous conditions, diseases, and illnesses. Effectively providing the patient’s body with whatever cell repair or restoration it needs, fetal stem cell treatment is a key component of Parkinson stem cell treatment as a whole. In addition to this, fetal stem cells are known to release cytokines, which regulate cell replication, activation, and differentiation. During stem cells therapy for Parkinson’s disease, cytokines help to improve cell function, meaning that fetal stem cell therapy helps the body to improve its response to cell damage, as well as using the new fetal stem cells to restore and repair relevant cells.

Is Parkinson Stem Cell Treatment Right for You?

Suitable for patients of all ages and demographics, Parkinson stem cell therapy can be a viable treatment option for the majority of people with Parkinson's diagnosis. With thousands of people already benefiting from fetal stem cell therapy, there is unlimited potential in the treatment of Parkinson’s with this type of stem cell treatment. Delivered intravenously and subcutaneously, Parkinson stem cell treatment is totally painless and isn’t associated with any side-effects. With many patients experience symptom relief within a matter of weeks, fetal stem cell therapy may be an effective treatment for the vast majority of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. To find out more about Parkinson stem cell therapy, contact Stem Cell of America now.

Patient Reviews

Parkinson’s Patient: Alan -  Three weeks after her husband Alan received treatment with the Fetal Stem Cells for his Parkinson's Disease, his wife Ellen, sent the following report: “Alan’s first symptoms were complaining about fatigue and he was irritable; not at all his usual outgoing self (he has always had a Type A personality). Within the next year, as he would get dressed for work, he would say, "I just don't know if I can make it today", but he would push himself and go. Then his left hand began to shake. Shortly thereafter, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Read More
Parkinson’s Patient: Andrea -  Andrea has always kept a personal journal, and she continued to do so after her initial fetal stem cell treatment. - The following are excerpts from her journal: Day 1: Following a long flight back from the clinic, I wasn’t even tired when I got home. Week 1: Language facilitated. Much easier to talk. Takes less work. My right shoulder doesn’t hurt; pain gone since the day I was treated. It is almost normally flexible. My left hip doesn’t hurt either. Greatly improved and definitely more flexible. I can stretch in any direction and can bring my feet up more easily. Read More

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