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MS Treatment Options Include Stem Cell Therapy

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an extremely serious neurological condition that can have devastating consequences for its sufferers. It is a neurodegenerative disease with no known cure, and can lead to a range of significant physical and psychological symptoms.

In recent years, a range of alternative MS treatment options have been suggested. They include exercise, massage, acupuncture, and reflexology. Stem cell therapy is one of the most compelling treatments that can support people suffering from this debilitating and apparently irreversible condition.

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What is MS and How Does it Affect the Body?

MS is an autoimmune disease in which the myelin sheath that covers nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. This compromises the ability of the nervous system to communicate with each other.

It affects individual sufferers in different ways, but it can lead to severe disability. With MS, symptoms often come and go, range in intensity, and affect daily living activities, depending on the symptoms and severity.

Symptoms can include double vision, muscle weakness, problems with balance and coordination, spasticity, spasms, bladder issues, and anxiety. Recent research shows there may be up to one million people in the United States living with MS, and some 2.5 million sufferers worldwide.

How Stem Cell Therapy Can Support MS Sufferers

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The way stem cell therapy works ensures it deserves a prominent place on the list of potential MS treatment options.

Stem cell therapy at the Stemwell Clinic involves the application of highly concentrated, robust, umbilical cord stem cells that are harvested from healthy volunteer donors.

Stem cells are undifferentiated, which means they have not yet become specialized for a specific purpose in the body. They support healing and the body’s ability to regenerate healthy tissue, which improves the quality of life for people suffering with pain and inflammation.

In the case of a neurodegenerative disease such as MS, stem cells can support the deceleration of symptom progression. They can also support improved blood flow to the brain and the repair of damaged tissue.

As a result, sufferers may feel they have more energy, and may report improvement in their physical functions, balance, and cognitive skills.

Contact Stemwell to Learn More About MS Treatment Options

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If you need to know more about possible MS treatment options, and how stem cell therapy can have a positive impact on the symptoms of MS, we are here to help.

The expert and experienced team at Stemwell can tell you more about the potential benefits of stem cell treatment, and can discuss your own situation and how you are affected. Contact us today to begin that conversation, or if you’re ready to start your journey towards an improved quality of life you can apply to check your eligibility for stem cell therapy.

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This article was authored by:
Juliana Bonilla Pabón
Dr. Juliana Bonilla is a specialist in sports medicine and physical activity. She has extensive experience in regenerative medicine, treatment of muscle injuries, management of osteoarticular pathologies, and exercise prescription. Her patient-centered approach is evidenced by the development of personalized treatment plans and the use of advanced diagnostic tools to ensure the best possible outcomes. Dr. Bonilla has a remarkable ability to apply stem cells and treat injury areas with regenerative medicine, promoting optimal healing and effective recovery for her patients. Her deep knowledge and dedication have made her an expert in the treatment of chronic pathologies, helping both athletes and the general population to achieve optimal levels of health, performance, and recovery.
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