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Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a degenerative condition that affects the central nervous system of the human body. It affects sufferers’ movement and their mental functions; symptoms can include tremors, sleep issues, and problems with cognition and behavior.

It has been estimated that more than one million people in the United States are living with Parkinson’s, with no hope of a cure. Treatments for this condition aim to slow the progress of the disease.

One of the causes of Parkinson’s Disease is the degeneration of nerve cells in the brain. Given the way in which the application of stem cells can improve the quality of life of a recipient, it is possible that stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s Disease can support the health of people with the condition.

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Does Stem Cell Therapy Work For Parkinson’s?

It must be emphasized that no cure currently exists for Parkinson’s Disease. However, the function and potential of stem cells means that there are ways in which this form of treatment can bring benefits for sufferers from the condition.

As with other forms of neurodegenerative diseases, stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s offers the possibility that the progression of symptoms may be slowed down, blood flow to the brain may be improved, and damaged tissues can be repaired.

That in turn offers the prospect of increased energy, and a noticeable impact on a person’s cognitive skills, balance, and physical functions.

The reason for this lies in the fact that stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have not yet been ascribed a particular function.

At the Stemwell Clinic, we believe the best source of stem cells is the umbilical cord tissue of healthy, full-term donors. Once harvested and analyzed, they can be applied either by direct injection into an affected area, or intravenously.

One potential obstacle when it comes to neurological conditions is the blood brain barrier, which works to keep harmful substances from the brain. Our doctors use a special protocol to ensure that stem cells can cross this barrier and reach the brain.

Stem cells have the potential to generate healthy tissue, which can slow symptom progression and improve the quality of life for people suffering from Parkinson’s Disease, as well as a host of other neurological and physical conditions.

Contact Stemwell to Learn About Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s

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If you have questions about stem cell therapy you can contact the Stemwell Clinic and speak to one of our dedicated and highly trained team.

One of our experts will be able to discuss stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s and tell you more about how this form of treatment supports our patients.

If you’re ready to start your journey towards an improved quality of life you can apply today to check your eligibility for stem cell therapy.

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This article was authored by:
Maria Ortiz
General physician with extensive experience in outpatient care, promotion, and prevention programs, as well as the use of advanced technologies such as hyperbaric chambers and regenerative medicine. Passionate about general and aesthetic surgery, she combines her technical expertise with a firm commitment to the well-being of her patients. A staunch believer in the revolutionary potential of stem cells, she constantly seeks new ways to integrate this innovative therapy into her medical practice to offer optimal results. Her dedication to providing the highest quality of care is reflected in her patient-centered approach and her ongoing pursuit of excellence.

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