Regenerative Treatment is considered to be an alternative method for treating neurodegenerative disorders. Extensive research from multiple research organisations over the last decade has led to the conclusion that it is the most promising treatment modality not only to improve the condition of the patient and prevent secondary complications, but also to reverse neurological damage.
The cells that are carefully selected for the transplantation are the basic building blocks in the human body. They have the ability to regenerate, and replicate when activated and in the right circumstances, can become almost any specialised type of cell in the body. The transplantation is aimed to increase neuron survival and prevent gliosis in the damaged area in the motor neurons. Moreover, Regenerative Treatment has the ability to regulate the immune system’s response against the nerve cells and release growth factors which promote cell growth, differentiation, and stimulate the brain’s own stem cells to speed up the recovery process. Not only that, they also have the potential to promote tissue repair and recovery to potentially obtain results with minimal, or no side effects.
As a result, many patients suffering from various kinds of neurodegenerative diseases who have received Regenerative Treatment have shown significant improvements, including in fine/gross motor skills, speech/cognition, balance and coordination, mobility, muscular strength/muscle tone, and more. Moreover, following the process of Regenerative Treatment, the progression of the disease has often been reported to have been significantly reduced.
What are people saying?
Multiple Sclerosis patient from New Zealand now walks without assistance after Cell Therapy
American ALS Patient enjoys several positive improvements following Cell Therapy
Australian Bulbar Palsy patient recommends Regenerative Treatment after witnessing improvements
Regenerative Treatment empowers a Motor Neuron Disease patient with the hope to continue fighting