The stem cells have been used in the treatment of all types of Multiple Sclerosis such as remitting, recurring, primary progressive and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.
The aim of the stem cells therapy is to regenerate the Myelin sheaths which is affected part of neurons, the stem cells can replace the dead and damaged cells, and patients’ condition can be improved.
Patients need to stay in hospital for at least 30 days with a caregiver to receive extensive stem cells treatment including at least 6 stem cells injections containing over 300 million stem cells in total.
Supportive treatments such as acupuncture, physical therapy, occupational therapy and electronic-wave therapy will also be added for the best treatment outcomes.
After stem cells therapy, patients with multiple sclerosis can experience improvements in the following:
It is important to remember that the stem cells treatment is not a cure. Multiple sclerosis is a progressive condition and the purpose of the treatment is to slow down the progression and relieve the symptoms. The interval of time between the treatment and the moment when the patient starts to lose his improvements can vary from patient to patient but can be less than one year. There is also a possibility of minimum/no improvement.