Stem Cell Therapy for Muscular Distrophy

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How Can Placenta Stem Cell Therapy Help Muscular Dystrophy Patients?

What Is Muscular Dystrophy?

Muscular dystrophy, also known as MD, is a muscle disease that is often passed from one generation to the next. The condition involves a gradual weakening or damage to muscle fibers of the voluntary muscles, such as those that control walking, bending, turning and lifting. Several types of muscular dystrophy damage not only connective tissues in the extremities, but may damage the heart muscle, as well as involuntary muscles such as internal organs.

Muscular dystrophy is believed to be caused by a deficiency of a protein called dystrophin, essential for muscle growth and function. This deficiency is often genetic for many individuals.  To date, medications to treat muscular dystrophy are generally designed to help reduce symptoms of muscle spasms, muscle weakness and stiffness, while anti inflammatory corticosteroid medicines such as prednisone are often given to help improve muscle strength.  In some cases, drugs that suppress immune system function offer some help in slowing dying muscle cell damage.

The most common type of muscular dystrophy is called Duchene's, but there are a half-dozen others that affect a variety of muscles in the body in different ways.

Duchene's muscular dystrophy is linked to a genetic disease process caused by a mutation in the dystrophin gene. Dystrophin is necessary for health and growth of cells and is responsible for stimulating muscles and muscle function and movement. Stem cell research is focusing on restoring levels of dystrophin in patients diagnosed with Duchene's muscular dystrophy.

While there is no cure to date for muscular dystrophy, stem cell research and implantation has been demonstrated to improve function and mobility as well as slow the muscle-wasting process.

Clinical Studies Under Way

Currently, clinical studies and trials utilizing a variety of stem cell approaches are under study around the world. Currently, observations have determined that stem cell transplantation considerably reduces the progression of the disease process at all stages, and enables patients to enjoy deeper reflexes, internal organ function, and physical and mental .

How Can Placenta Stem Cell Therapy Treatment Help Muscular Dystrophy Patients Now?

Placenta Stem Cell Therapy (PST) is available now and many Muscular Dystrophy patients are making significant progress.  Below is an excerpt of a testimonial of two MD patients, the full story is in the testimonial section of our website:

“In May of this year, Alice received PST and since then she has gotten progressively better and stronger. Her lungs have improved a lot. When she visited you she could not expectorate mucous and bacteria especially from the right lung. Alice no longer takes any medicine for this condition other than vitamins. She feels so much better, stronger and looks good. She has gained weight, her face is fuller and her color has come back and her circulation has improved. Before receiving PST she was too weak to exercise but can now exercise as part of her daily routine and is able to make crafts which helps support her. She hasn't been to the hospital once since her PST treatment.

Alice's brother Clarence also suffers with Limb Girdle MD. He was also around 7 years old when he started to have symptoms. At 14 years of age, the weakness became much more severe and around 18 years old he started losing muscle mass. He became so thin he was literally skin over bone. After taking only one PST treatment he has gained 8 pounds, his arms are gaining mass, his face is fuller, he is experiencing more energy, he feels stronger and his sense of balance has improved. His appetite has improved and his digestion is much better.

Clarence can still climb the stairs in his home with some help. His goal is to get stronger and stronger and get back to running again. He and Alice will be taking a second round of PST in the fall and we will continue to report their progress.

Alice and Clarence's mother also received PST. She is 71 and was also starting to slow down. She had pain in her shoulders, bad circulation and her foot was always cold. She now has no pain in the shoulders, her circulation has improved and her energy is really good.”

At the Optimum Health Regeneration Center, we focus on the best options to treat the source of your condition that will improve the quality of your life NOW and in the future!

If you, a loved one, or someone you know suffers from MD, then fill-out our short information form and get a free evaluation to see if you are a candidate for placenta stem cell therapy.  
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