STEM CELL THERAPY
FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
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Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
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Until a few years from now, stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis did sound like science fiction. Today, it is the most promising therapy for multiple sclerosis available. It has shown not just to stop progression but to regain functionality and reduce symptoms...
Let us start with two basic statements:
1) The best medical treatments are the ones that mimic the body’s natural mechanisms.
2) The only mechanism for regenerating every tissue of the body are stem cells.
Following the first statement, what we do with stem cells is to enhance the body’s natural response.
We do this by taking stem cells from its biggest source, the bone marrow (where you find plenty of mesenchymal stem cells that can differentiate into neuronal tissues).
Then, we relocate them directly into the cerebrospinal fluid. That way, stem cells travel to the whole nervous system.
When we inject the stem cells intrathecally (in the cerebrospinal fluid), we bring those stem cells closer to the site of damage, knowing that the essential functions of a stem cell are to replace, restore and regenerate the damaged tissue.
The second statement, that the only mechanism for regenerating every tissue in the body are stem cells, includes nervous system regeneration, where multiple sclerosis hits the most, brain and spinal cord.
Stem cell production and differentiation are the mechanisms our body uses after a relapse in multiple sclerosis, but many times, it is not enough.
That is why we take the process further by loading the nervous system with millions of stem cells from the bone marrow.
The stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis safety has been very well studied and has proven to be a very safe technique where the benefits exceed any possible risk.
our mission is to help people without hope
to restore, RENEW, AND REGENERATE.
Let's start from the beginning
the basics about multiple sclerosis
What is multiple sclerosis?
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a central nervous system disease (which includes the brain and spinal cord) where your immune system eats the covering around your nerves. The nerves are the cables that connect your brain to the organs, and those are essential for transmitting signals.
The central nervous system controls everything we do, whether it is taking a physical step or solving a complex problem. The exact cause of multiple sclerosis is unknown, but we do know that something triggers the immune system to attack the brain and spinal cord, resulting in damaged signals to and from the brain.
This interruption of communication causes unpredictable symptoms such as numbness, tingling, mood changes, lack of balance, memory problems, pain, fatigue, paralysis, blindness, etc. I know those symptoms sound familiar to you.
the burden of multiple sclerosis
While ago, MS patients were told that they were hysterical until they found out that it was a degenerative neurological condition that attacks different parts of the body. Surprisingly, we still hear a lot of people saying things like: “you look fine,” “you have to be more positive about it,” but you don’t look sick .” It can be so frustrating.
Everyone’s experience with multiple sclerosis is different; however, once the diagnosis is confirmed, it is time to start treating the condition to improve your quality of life and stop progression as soon as possible.
In light of the urgent need for more effective treatments for MS, we have been treating our patients with stem cell therapy. There is exciting progress occurring related to the potential of stem cells for slowing MS disease activity and repairing damage to the nervous system.
How does multiple sclerosis affect me?
Your brain is made up of around 90 billion neurons that are active even when you are sleeping; the neurons are always in contact with each other.
Neurons are the cells connecting your brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other. Your central nervous system continuously communicates with the rest of the body to walk, breathe, think, see, etc.
Neurons communicate through electrical signals. These signals travel through a cord, the axon; most axons are surrounded by fat layers called myelin that facilitate the message to be transmitted from one end to the other.
However, in patients with multiple sclerosis, the myelin layer is damaged by your immune system, causing inflammation. This damage will change how signals are transmitted through the neuron, thus generating multiple symptoms.
That’s why it is called multiple sclerosis because the symptoms could be erratic in different organs.
What can stem cells do for multiple sclerosis?
A stem cell is a single cell that can replicate itself or differentiate into many cell types.
This therapy is performed by extracting stem cells from your bone marrow. Once the cells are obtained, they are injected back into your body and in the damaged area to regenerate damaged cells.
Multiple sclerosis is a disease caused by damage to the brain, demyelination, and neuronal loss. Stem cell therapy aims to overcome neuronal cell loss and promote myelin repairability.
Our Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis has two primary purposes:
1. Modulate your immune system.
2. Regenerate damaged cells
What type of stem cells do you use?
The type of stem cells we use is called Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
Mesenchymal stem cells are adult stem cells found in several places in the body, including the bone marrow, skin, and fat tissue. They produce cells that help other stem cells function properly.
Mesenchymal stem cells can combat inflammation within the body. Once administered, stem cells will help to regulate the immune system and prevent further myelin damage. This makes mesenchymal stem cells the best approach for multiple sclerosis.
In addition, mesenchymal stem cell therapy can reduce inflammation and modulate the immune system without the need for invasive treatments such as chemotherapy.
The latest data shows that mesenchymal stem cells administered intravenously can halt disease progression for extended periods.
How do you prepare my body for stem cells?
First, we will detox your body with multiple intravenous solutions; once cleaned, I will give you a high dose of nutrients, peptones, vitamins, and minerals to nourish your body at a cellular level.
After this, you will receive growth factors to potentiate the stem cell reproduction inside your body.
You will have optimal levels of stem cells by the third day. There is when I harvest the stem cells from your own body and prepare them for the transplant into the affected areas (these areas vary from patient to patient). Some areas of application are: intravenously, in the joints, in muscles or tendons, around nerves, and even in the cerebrospinal fluid.
After this painless procedure, I will keep nourishing your body with multiple nutrients because the stem cells are now repairing and regenerating your tissues; you might start feeling very positive changes by this time.
And this is just the beginning of your recovery journey. A close follow-up will be going on for the following months, and in the third month, we will apply a second dose of stem cells, which is part of the same treatment protocol.
What does this stem cell protocol may include?
- Two stem cell applications in the required areas.
- Physiotherapy during your visits and follow-up online for three months.
- Nutritional consultation focused on stem cell potentiation and follow-up for three months.
- Intravenous cellular nutrition and detox therapies.
- Blood work and image studies before and after the procedure, if necessary.
- Tumor markers panel.
- Hotel room for five days in your first visit and one day in your second visit, at the Grand Hotel Tijuana.
- Shuttle service from the San Diego U. S. border to the clinic and back.
What are the side effects of your stem cell therapy?
I am very proud that none of my patients have ever had an accident, infection, complication, or severe side effects by the stem cell therapy I provide; this is because of the technique we practice.
I use a closed technique, where the stem cells are NEVER exposed to the ambient, and the whole procedure is performed in a sterile environment, a surgical room, with top-quality materials.
That is why I injected my own stem cells into my own cerebral-spinal fluid, confident that we have the best techniques.
What can I expect from your stem cell therapy for MS?
Multiple sclerosis patients may experience increased energy, flexibility, strength, mobility, and control of primary function. In addition, stem cell treatment for MS has demonstrated healing and repair-promoting properties.
We have a young patient diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He was having facial paralysis and disturbance of balance. After visiting several doctors with negative news, stem cell therapy was the light on his path.
It is impressive how our patient improved his balance by 15-20% in a single day!
Although I can not say I have the cure for multiple sclerosis, I am very motivated by the results me and my team have had for the last 15 years, helping our patients improve their life quality, regain function and stop progression through regenerative medicine.
Stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis is the most promising therapy by far!
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