Expected improvements in patients after our fetal stem cell therapy for ALS
Stable and positive clinical effects after our ALS treatment generally lasts for 4-6 months.
Decrease in weakness
Mood and appetite improvement
Decrease in fasciculations (twitching) and spasticity (muscle tightening)
Improvement in swallowing and speaking
Decrease in muscular rigidity, normalization of reflexes
Decrease in fasciculation zones
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Fetal Stem Cell treatment at CellStemClinic
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) also known as motor neuron disease (MND) and Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a rare condition characterized by the degeneration of nerve cells that control voluntary muscles. The disease leads to gradually worsening symptoms that include muscle weakness, twitching, and stiffness. As more of these nerve cells, or motor neurons, are lost: muscles decrease in size and continue to weaken, eventually resulting in problems with speaking, swallowing, and breathing.
CellStemClinic has much experience in treating ALS using fetal stem cells.
CellStemClinic’s ALS therapy opens new possibilities in treating this disease, potentially resulting in significant improvement of the patient’s motor activity with mental and emotional improvements.
Overall health and quality of life is generally much higher after fetal stem cell therapy. Numerous research works and personal experience of ALS patients treated at CellStemClinic clinic has proven this treatment to be absolutely safe for those living with ALS.
Currently, this therapy is considered the most modern and effective treatment method for ALS.
We offer 2 treatment programs for ALS patients.
2-day treatment with intravenous and subcutaneous use of fetal stem cells: developed for patients with mild and moderate-to-severe ALS disease.
3-day treatment with both intravenous, subcutaneous and intrathecal injections: specially developed for the patients with moderate-to-severe ALS disease. This program is designed to increase the effectiveness of therapy among our patients who have more advanced conditions and greater impairment of central nervous system damage.
Each treatment course includes a session with our physiotherapy specialist (physical therapist) to additionally support the physical abilities of the patient.