Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson's Disease

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How Can Placenta Stem Cell Therapy
Help Parkinson's Patients?

Parkinson's Disease

A major breakthrough in stem cell therapy is providing new hope for those suffering with Parkinson’s disease in the US and worldwide. The procedure using placenta stem cells is reversing current medical thinking which relies heavily on the use of drug and surgery. This new advancement in medicine may be a significant step in the long sought after cure for Parkinson’s disease.

Compared to prior medical procedures, this new and very advanced stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s patients is showing immediate beneficial effects for many patients, and at a cost most families can afford.

Why Surgery Is Expensive and Risky

In one of the largest FDA approved randomized controlled studies, new Parkinson’s research shows motor functions in patients with very advanced symptoms can be improved with brain surgery. However, the Optimum Health Regeneration Center(OHRC), a leading organization in stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine, believes Parkinson’s symptoms can be alleviated -- almost to the point of full restoration in some cases -- using placenta stem cells. Administering these stem cells, an easy and painless treatment, avoids the risks and costs of surgery. And unlike the wait for future drugs and clinical trials, stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s is not years off in the future but available to Parkinson’s sufferers right now.

Potential Drawbacks to Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)

While DBS has proven helpful for some patients, there is potential for serious complications and side effects. One of the most serious adverse effects from DBS is intracranial hemorrhaging, as well as the complexity and cost of the procedure, which can run $60,000 or more. “This kind of surgery requires many specialists, a Parkinson’s disease expert, a surgeon very skilled in stereotactic functional neurosurgery, a radiologist to precisely locate the target, and a physiologist for microelectrode placement and reading,” according to OHRC's Medical Director.

Treating Parkinson’s with Placenta Implants and Stem Cells Can Stop The Shaking, Restore Movement, and More...

The Optimum Health Regeneration Center's co-operating Clinic has successfully treated over 3,000 patients with many serious chronic diseases and we’re putting a huge focus on helping Parkinson’s patients.

Our procedure represents a dramatic new advance in treating the disease, we’re seeing outstanding improved functions in advanced patients who can’t be satisfactorily controlled with drugs or high risk surgery. The therapeutic results from placental adult stem cell therapy is clearly effective at relieving the symptoms, and can provide a better quality of life for those in moderate to severe stages of the disease.

OHRC is currently offering Parkinson’s patients the opportunity to undergo these innovative, less painful and less invasive medical treatments at a reasonable cost compared to brain surgery. “The families and individuals we work with are reporting truly amazing results,” OHRC Medical Director maintains. “Some patients show amazing recovery from the nonstop shaking, regaining their balance and fluidity of motion. Their overall color is better and in some cases full range of movement is being restored.” Remarkably, patients are recovering their ability to speak, to use handwriting and utensils, and showing decreasing problems with incontinence, swallowing and drooling.”

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!

So please, if you, a loved one, or someone you know suffers from Parkinson's, 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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