7 Global Options for Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinsons Disease


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Parkinson's Stem Cell Treatment WorldWide Options


7 Global Options for Stem Cell Therapy

for Parkinson's Disease



Understanding Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease is a neuromuscular condition that affects millions of people around the world. Uncontrollable movement of the body muscles along with strong shaking and trembling of extremities are the more visible characteristics of Parkinson’s.

Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative condition, which will worsen in time and of course will cause an extreme modification of the individual’s life due to the mobility issues and the loss of the ability to walk. Parkinson's disease may also cause changes in the cognitive ability.

Treatments such as Stem Cell Therapy are available to help decrease the symptoms, increase mobility and quality of life.


Parkinson's Treatment with Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells have the potential of regenerating body tissues. Stem Cells are part of the body’s own repair mechanism. As research has shown, several types of regenerative cells treatments have been effective in treating Parkinson's disease:

  • Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy
  • Adult Stem Cell Therapy
  • Cord Blood Stem Cells
  • Placenta Cell Therapy

Worldwide Options for Parkinson's Disease


Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Vienna Austria

Stem Cell Therapy Vienna
Starting from $21,000

Stem Cell Technologies in Austria


Integra Stem Cell Medical Center Nuevo Progreso

Integra Medical Center
Starting from $14,000

Placenta Cell Therapy
in Nuevo Progreso, Mexico


ProgenCells Stem Cell Therapies Mexico Tijuana

Starting from $8,500

Best Parkinson's
Stem Cell Treatment
in Tijuana, Mexico


Unique Stem Cell Treatment Clinic Kiev Ukraine

Unique Cell Treatment Clinic

Parkinsons Disease Treatment
in Kiev, Ukraine



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