Does stem cell therapy work for Parkinson’s disease? At our medical facility, we see very positive results from stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease. In most cases, the patients coming to us for help with the symptoms of Parkinson’s are older and the older we get, the fewer stem cells we have available to rush to the site of any disorder or injury. Our healing slows Parkinson's down. Supplying Wharton’s Jelly derived stem cells is a solution that floods an injured nervous system with the healing power of stem cells and other related growth and healing factors.
Patients with Parkinson’s travel to our facility from all over the world, especially from the United States, because we can provide stem cell therapy for this condition that is not available in the United States.
Repair and Regeneration
At Infinity Medicina Regenerativa we utilize the youngest, most vital stem cells available – Wharton’s Jelly derived stem cells. Wharton’s Jelly is the supportive tissue from ethically donated umbilical cords. The quantity and quality of young stem cells in this tissue far surpasses the quantity and quality of stem cells from any other source, even a patient’s own body. Our location enables us to expand the number of stem cells by allowing them to proliferate in a medium before administration. Instead of the one to three million cells ordinarily offered at U.S. clinics, we can administer 30 to 100 million cells at a comparable cost. The optimum number of cells needed for any particular patient depends, of course, on the condition they want to improve.
Finally, patients can get hope of significant improvement or recovery from the symptoms, problems and loss of function caused by this debilitating condition. The ability of stem cells to influence improvement of neurodegenerative diseases is what provides this hope.
What is Parkinson’s Disease?
In Parkinson’s Disease, the brain cells that should produce dopamine no longer do so. The disease is progressive, meaning that it will continue to rob the activity and vitality from a patient as each year passes. Parkinson’s disease symptoms affect both motor (movement) abilities and non-motor function.
- Tremors, typically starting with one hand or foot but also possibly affecting the chin, mouth or other areas
- Rigidity of limbs or torso
- Slow movement
- Reduced expression or movement of the face
- Difficulty with fine movements like writing
- Sleep problems
- Reduced sense of smell
- Cognitive losses
Conventional medicine does not consider that the progression of Parkinson’s disease stages can be reversed. They can only administer prescriptions that might ease or limit some of the symptoms.
But we have seen patients improve with the regenerative and healing power of mesenchymal stem cells. In the United States, there are many clinical trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson’s symptoms, but in our country, you can benefit from this treatment right now. You don’t have to wait for the lengthy approval processes to be complete to obtain the benefits of stem cells for Parkinson’s symptoms.
Given the right healing factors from potent, abundant and youthful stem cells, the body can reverse the functional losses. Studies that look into the use of stem cells for a wide variety of degenerative conditions show very low rates of undesirable effects. This is unlike prescription drugs for Parkinson’s which may be accompanied by side effects like confusion, nausea, vomiting, irregular heart rhythms, difficulty sleeping and uncontrollable movements of arms, legs or face. Stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease finally offers hope of improvement without struggling and suffering from the effects of drugs supposed to help a person feel better.