Progencell Stem Cell therapy offers new solutions for patients suffering from knee pain.
I am the mother of a now 6 year old girl who has a diagnosis of PDD/NOS Autism Spectrum Disorder.
I went to ProgenCell because I have Multiple Sclerosis and have been suffering many symptoms of the disease for years. At the end of my first treatment, Dr. Gavino said to me, "Your MS will no longer progress and you are going to see improvements in your condition."
A success story of a patient who took stem cell treatment for brain injury from Emcell Clinic in Ukraine.
Charles A. from Texas, had his first dose of stem cell therapy about 3 months ago at ProgenCell in Tijuana, Mexico. Stem cells were collected from bone marrow taken from his own hip. Even that it seems to be painful, Charles says that is really not pain, but somehow uncomfortable, but tolerable 100%.
When evaluated at FHC she did her best ever. Her progress since January till July 24th was 115%!!!!! Her growth rate since 2003 has never been over 60%. She showed her intellectual ability very convincingly when speedreading 30 pages in 1 minute and then being able to put 5 sequences from the first chapter written on 5 pieces of paper in the right order without help at all. The book was a book written for adults. She showed her math skills in the same way and there is no doubt any longer how bright she is. Now she shows it. Before the stem cell treatment it was very difficult for her to show it in an unfamiliar environment.
Not only was the treatment a landmark for Sofie, I felt the results myself. The experience was decisive and left no doubt in my mind: the progress my daughter and I have felt is meant to be shared with others who are struggling with a brain injury or other severe illness. That is why I have partnered up with EmCell. I am now the clinic's patient-counselor in Scandinavia.
There is now more power in my arms and hands. I feel there is more power in my legs, although I would like to have more power in them. Now I can train some muscles which I could not get under control before, and I hope I can still train myself to become better, there is also more power in my voice and I get much fewer seizures than before.
In early July, I noticed that I could see better and more clearly, and I'm able to recognize people I'm familiar with from afar. In the middle of July I was able to read. My vision has been improving each day.
I would like to tell you one more thing: my capacity for work has improved, and such signs of multiple sclerosis as the beginning numbness in my fingertips and continuous fatigue have almost disappeared. I can’t believe that everything goes on this way but the transplantation of stem cells works and works