There are different types of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), however they are all auto-immune disorders (disorders affecting the patient’s own immune system) which cause the patient’s immune system to attack its own cells, in this case brain cells. The most common type of MS is seizure related. Patients experience severe seizures, after which many of their brain cells atrophy and consequently disturb the neural pathways resulting in the brain cells being killed. MS figures reveal that roughly 200,000 to 300,000 individuals in U.S. alone have been clinically determined to have this disease. Most individuals encounter their initial signs and symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis between the ages of 21 and 41.
Multiple Sclerosis is a progressive disease and, as such, symptoms aggravate over time. It typically starts with problems with gait and movement as well as visual impairment. In advanced stages, patients lose the ability to walk and talk and can have problems with swallowing as well. In the final stages, the patient’s breathing function weakens. This leaves patients, their bodies and their immune system, in a weakened state, which can cause infection of the airways or even pneumonia, which is the leading cause of death for MS sufferers. There is hope for Multiple Sclerosis patients as there are several MS treatments that can help slow down the negative effects of this disease. Medicinal drugs may help slow down the effects of this disease, but have a number of side-effects, especially when compared to other forms of MS therapy.
Multiple Sclerosis Treatment (MS Treatment)
Multiple Sclerosis is categorized by the UN as an untreatable disease. This means that conventionally, there is no effective MS Treatment available. A number of MS therapies exist, despite the fact that there is virtually no known cure. The only choice for patients typically is medicinal MS treatment, which can only marginally slow down the progression of the disease. Rehabilitational MS therapy is also often considered as an option but is ineffective in restoring any of the patient’s abilities.
Stem cell treatment can be a new and viable alternative for MS patients. In our MS treatment, stem cells have two very important roles. On the one hand, it is possible to repair and replenish brain cells, which were destroyed by the disease. This forms new neural pathways, which in turn restore some of the abilities the patient has lost over time. In addition to that, stem cells can also repair and adjust the patient’s immune system. This helps the immune system to distinguish between invading dangers and the patient’s own cells and effectively slows down or even halts the progression of the disease.
Let Vista Stem Cell Help You
Many individuals with MS are switching to different forms of MS therapy. Certain treatment interventions are able to reduce the negative effects of MS and improve a patient’s quality of life. We at Vista Stem Cell utilize the most up-to-date technology for stem cell treatment and MS therapy. We can provide you with the MS treatment you need coupled with the highest standard of care and support you deserve. Contact us now.