More than 3 character to search
It actually depends on the seriousness of the problem, however generally the patient begins to observe an improvement the first night. After that the patient sleeps much better or more the first week. That could be misinterpreted as fatigue, but it has to do with being more relaxed. The skin color improves within a couple of days. The patient's energy level starts to improve after a week. The drive to do things, the stamina, the interest in life increase day by day as the weeks go by.
In degenerative procedures it is crucial to include additional resources in order to get the most of the therapy, such as physical therapy, a healthy diet, friends and family’s commitment to help the patient's desire to improve.
Answer provided by Dr. Omar Gonzalez.
Katy is six years old and had her first placental stem cell implants in June 2008 - one month ago. She is so much more attentive and present. Her seizure activity and spasticity have diminished significantly; she is trying to talk; she is so much more relaxed. She is eating more and sleeping much better.
On my last visit in September 2007 I received the usual treatments from Dr Gonzalez but additionally had some placenta implants in my legs. I believe this has helped me. My drop foot on my left side has improved and I can walk on my tiptoes, which I have not been able to do for years. This is only after 2 weeks so I believe I will improve even more.
Anyway for my daughter Dr. Gonzalez' treatment has been the greatest contribution to the steady improvement in the mobilty of my child. Mobility brings all the rest we parents dream for to have our children being able to acquire.
A 10-year-old girl received spinal cord injury treatment at BPIH in Beijing, China. She was treated with Spinal cord reconstruction operation, Stem cells Implantation, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Rehabilitation. Read to know her inspiring story towards recovery.
Progencell Stem Cell therapy offers new solutions for patients suffering from Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)