Hi, I am Professor Nicholas from Ghana. I am a professor of Statistics. I came to India for availing the stem cell treatment for vision loss via Stem Cell Care India. Few years back, I had stated encountering that my vision was deteriorating, both in terms of quality and sharpness. For getting the treatment, last year I travelled to China, where I was kept in the hospital for around 16 days and was charged a lot of money as well. However, I didn’t attain any relief. After this, I stated searching and exploring more about stem cell treatment. After my research, I decided to opt for Stem Cell Care India’s stem cell treatment for eyes in India. I contacted the hospital and they helped me a lot in imparting all the important information about the treatment to me. I realized that the cost of treatment in India is very much loss to what I had to pay in other nations. When I came to India, the treatment started and I was given vitamins and other medications. Stem cell treatment that I undergone was very simple and I got recovered very speedily. I experienced a lot of improvement in my eyesight. Also, the staff of the hospital is also very friendly, cooperative and caring.
Foot ulcers are one of the sundry long-term complications that diabetic patient have to face. Irvin too had encountered this problem 4 years back. He developed these open sores which normally appear at the bottom of the foot. The ulcers had led to serious infection necessitating amputation. He received standard care plus vaccinations of mesenchymal stem cells at Stem Cell Care India that had been collected from his own bone marrow. After just six weeks, the stem cell treated region of foot indicated a 50% reduction in the foot ulcers. These superior outcomes with the stem cells were observed even though the patient receiving the stem cells had larger foot ulcers to start with. There are countless examples of mesenchymal stem cells’ healing power which make them an enormously popular cell source for hundreds of on-going clinical trials. Mesenchymal stem cells are acknowledged to decrease swelling and upsurge blood vessel formation, two properties that might be at work to give diabetic foot ulcers the chance to get better. The staff at the clinic has all been very nice, everyone has been very kind. Irvin states that he don’t think that anybody could fail to be impressed by the level of service and treatments and proficiency everybody seems to have here, and , clearly, having medical treatment is not something that individuals want to have, but at the same time it has been as pleasing as it could be to do that.
Mr. Nadal, 39 year old gentleman from South Africa had been struggling with Chronic Respiratory Failure and Central Sleep Apnea nearly his whole life. In his infancy, he felt he was just feeble when he was not able to partake in sports or do outdoor goings-on that boys his age would do, but hostile health episodes in initial 2000’s led to his analysis of Chronic Respiratory Failure. Doing any type of physically vigorous work was a challenge for Mr. Nadal and with time, his dependence on artificial oxygen grew to virtually 16+ hours a day. Incessant progression of the disease and finding no respite in his homeland forced him to do some exploration on alternative treatments available and that is when he read about stem cell therapy. Mr. Nadal and his wife did their investigation and finally zeroed in on Stem Cell Care India, a stem cell therapy clinic in India to get stem cell therapy done.
The couple reached Delhi and underwent a series of tests for his disorder at the StemCellCareIndia facilities. The attending surgeons clarified his condition to him and advocated him about stem cells which reinforced his conviction in the therapy. The surgeons got back to the drawing board with the patient and it was decided to use umbilical cord tissue derived Mesenchymal stem cells for his therapy. A total of 100 Million MSC’s were organized in the ultra-modern labs of the clinic and re-injected in the patient via IV and nebulization. The cells expectantly would focus on the lungs and begin the rejuvenation procedure of the lungs. The process was completed in one day and went without any adversarial effects for the patient. Mr. Nadal returned to SA 2 days after the process. He tells that since he got back from India, he has been feeling remarkable. Before coming for the treatment, he was on oxygen for 16+ hours a day now he is also able to monitor his oxygen levels during the day using the pulse oximeter that the surgeon prescribed. Virtually every day, I use the respiratory exerciser that he also recommended for the breathing exercises.
I live and work in a very demanding milieu. There were times when I nearly wished myself sick just to be away from it all. A year ago, I actually started getting sick more often than usual. Then, I read about mesenchymal stem cell therapy. After much thought, I took out a personal loan for the process. I wake up with enormously more energy today than I did 12 years ago. My temperament is better. My metabolism is quicker. I think more openly. My vision has upgraded and individuals compliment me on my appearance.
Last year, I thought I would purchase a care for better traveling convenience. That is an extravagance I had to sacrifice. But I now travel in superior style and comfort as the quality of my life has improved significantly. The car can wait, but I cannot. I am going to live the rest of my life cheerier and bouncier because I elected to invest in myself. Mesenchymal stem cell treatment is life changing. My working hours are now lengthier and more dynamic. I have this additional energy to do more activities than before. Physically, my skin has tautened and improved in tone. Folks around me say I look younger. I am grateful to stem cell therapy for that new energy and longer durability. My kids and husband are also contented that I no longer look exhausted and pathetic after a long day’s work. I have some liveliness left for quality family time with them. The difference I exhibited before and after anti-aging procedure is evident. Try Stem Cell Therapy and you will thank me for welcoming you into it.
We were driving home from my 23rd birthday party when the chauffeur took a curve too speedily and lost control over the car. The car twirled around, crushed and landed on its roof. I was sitting in the commuter’s seat and was not wearing a seatbelt. So, consequently, I flew out off the side window and landed on the blacktop with my spine and my head. My injuries were virtually lethal and I was in a coma for 2 days and have no reminiscence of the next 4-5 weeks after the accident. My head and lungs were incapacitated, my collarbone, pelvis and left leg were broken, my spleen had to be removed and the doctors at the initial hospital performed a few operations. Regrettably, the doctors made the final decision not to operate my spine, as they assumed that the cord had been cut altogether. 11 days later, after I was relocated to a specialty clinic in Hungary, the surgeons there saw that the cord was not cut, but simply pressed by a bone. This meant that, I would not have been paralyzed, had the decompression surgery taken place straightaway. My life had altered, I was in a wheelchair and I was in lots of pain, but I was enthusiastic to improve my situation and actually focused all of my energy on my physiotherapy program rather than anger and trepidation.
I received my first stem cell treatment at Stem Cell Care India in May 2011. The stem cells were introduced via lumbar puncture. The whole experience, from the first pick up at the airport, to the specialized medical treatment and responsive service and care, was very satisfying. I had been told that improvement could be anticipated within the next 6 months. After around 4 months, I began to feel that my muscles were getting exhausted when working out during physiotherapy. I saw it as a very optimistic sign that my brain received signals from a part of my body that was paralyzed and without sensation for the last 5 years! Ultimately my spasms have amplified and I steadily started to feel pain in my toes and complete legs, but most of all, I could feel that my legs were moving during physiotherapy.
Mr. Jason, 51 year old male, was suffering from unrestrained diabetes mellitus since past 15 years with featured diabetes neuropathy. He was encountering a problem with repeated urination, blurry vision, unbalanced sugar level in blood and extreme exhaustion. Moreover, the patient had a 9 years old history of hypertension and was on the medicines since then. He was struggling from the disease since past 20 years; he resolutely believed that by being austerely committed to the diet and nutritional reference; he could be able to cope up with the condition. However, he continued to be in ordeal as he could neither control his cravings nor could control his diabetes. Mr. Jason investigated a lot on the internet about diabetes and other existing problems he was suffering from. During one of his despairing searches, he came across Stem Cell Care India, providing stem cells based treatment for diabetes.
He is very happy that he could get help from StemCellCareIndia, which offered him stem cells treatment. It was like swiftly, you could find a piece of wood when you are fighting in the mid of the sea with treacherous storm! He wants to particularly point out that the treatment which was offered to him was a combinational methodology touching all the facets of diabetes related complications. With the assistance of adept team of experts and specialists, Mr. Jason had undergone professional examinations at our associated hospital. During inspections, his glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1C) level was found to be 9.1%; signifying poorly controlled diabetes. Finally, as per the specialist’s suggestions, Mr. Jason had undergone stem cells infusions from his own mesenchymal cells. The entire treatment was a one day affair and our team was critically supporting Mr. Jason in the complete procedure and was discharged under acceptable condition.
Mr. Abdul was suffering from acute ankylosing-spondylitis since past 12 years. Aching joints, constrained movements and stiffness in the body were his way of life. For your information, Mr. Abdul doesn’t have any family history of joint sicknesses. His symptoms began with abrupt onset of the back pain, which went on to be severe with the entire body aches, up to the range that he could barely walk or if he could, he began walking like an old man. Although the preliminary X-ray analysis showed nothing, might be because essentially it takes numerous years to exhibit changes related with the spine. Subsequently, he had to visit rheumatologists, who confirmed after almost 3 years that he is suffering from AS. His treatment routine involved diet plan, some oral medicines and constrained sports activities. However, as per Mr. Abdul’s observation, the medications were just anti-inflammatory and turned out to be palliatives. Furthermore, these medications welcomed other side-effects such as inflammation, bloating, headaches, etc. As a result, with the evolution of time, the symptoms got worse with more tauten and sore back and other medical side-effects. Although Abdul was very reluctant to let this chronic disease take over him, and urgently wanted some new treatment or contemporary medicine, which will help him to regain the life again. With hordes of research and comprehensive understanding of stem cells, he opted to be treated with stem cells under the supervision of Stem Cell Care India’s team.
Ever since, Mr. Abdul underwent treatment, he experienced fabulous improvement in his complications. During follow-up and pain management program, he recognized that there is no longer any rigidity, the pain was pretty tolerable and he could ultimately get out of bed and also at times could go for some floor workouts. Mr. Abdul is very positive and is grateful to the team of the clinic for all the support and amenities.
I have been an active sportsperson all my life and recurrently relished water skiing, tennis, alpine skiing and jogging. I have suffered from periodic knees problems for the past 9 years. The first problem in my left knee appeared in 2001 with a knee-locking disease. An arthroscopy indicated that my femur’s condyle cartilage was impaired, so the treating doctor proceeded with debridement and some Pridie drilling. I was okay and devoid of pain for the next 5 years and I was able to sustain my pre-treatment activity levels. The post-treatment MRI indicated a distinct reduction of the subchondral edema. However, severe knee pain returned in 2013 and the MRI showed further worsening of the cartilage. In February 2014, I decided to continue with a mesenchymal cells treatment; a very convoluted and delicate surgery which lasted about 10 hours at Stem Cell Care India. During this process, mesenchymal cells from my own body were implanted.
The post-treatment MRI indicated a distinctive decrease of the subchondral edema. Before my stem cell treatment, I was neither able to walk nor drive a car without pain medicine. I instantaneously stopped taking the pain medicine after therapy and my pain lessened. I was able to run 50 meters a few weeks ago, which is an incredible progress for me. The staff at the clinic was very welcoming, resourceful and overall I quite relished the week. Overall, I am very pleased with the outcome so far. Equated to the more invasive, time-consuming, physically draining surgical options that were offered to me, stem cell therapy seems to be a minimally invasive, cost-effective process that has brought me admirable outcomes.
I live in Ireland. At age of about 27 years, I met with an accident and smashed my right ankle. The chief damage was to the talus, which was crushed. I also impaired my back. Firstly, I had the talus put together with 3 screws but discomfort was severe when walking. So four years later, I had the upper ankle joints bonded using some bone from my hip. This was ok, but steadily, walking became more challenging and I took up windsurfing as my only energetic sport. Over the years, the residual articulation in the foot became constrained and I impaired it numerous times windsurfing, predominantly 2 years ago, when a high-impact jump ensued in nearly permanent pain. Sleep typically required a half bottle of wine or at times more, but I continued to windsurf. Over the last 2 years, I never went through airports without supports and even on windsurfing trips I used crutches to get around when in the water.
Mr. Lobo a pro windsurfer told me about some person he knew who got stem cell treatment for a knee problem and so my husband investigated it. I went to a leading foot surgeon soon after the damage 2 years ago and he gave me no optimism of any improvement. So, as a substitute to amputation or completely fusing the ankle joints, I decided to try stem cell treatment. Overall, I am very, very satisfied with the result so far. I got in touch with Stem Cell Care India and went there in September 2010. The procedure took one week: tests day 1, umbilical cord stem cells extraction day 2, x-ray scans day 3, stem cell injection into joints day 5 and flight home day 6. On the morning after treatment, I found my incessant pain was completely gone. At this phase, I had been using crutches round-the-clock for the past 2 years; except around the house or workplace. Now, just 10 weeks later, I don’t need the crutches for any usual activity and while I used crutches for a recent flight, I didn’t feel that I actually needed them. I don’t have the pain any longer and while I still have a poor foot, I feel that it is as good as it was before my mishap 2 years ago.
Sarala is a 4 year old girl with an analysis of Ataxic Cerebral Palsy. She was born at 39 weeks because of a low fetal heart rate. We do not know what instigated the low fetal heart rate and we might never know. She appeared okay at birth but it became obvious over the next few months that there was something erroneous. She has microcephaly (small head boundary), trigonecephaly (her forward lobe is smaller in proportion to the rest of her brain occasioning in the metopoc sutures fusing prematurely), hypotonia (low muscle tone), apraxia, dysarthia and global developmental adjournments. She has been getting PT and OT services from about 7 months and speech from 16 months of age. She comprehends a great deal but her major trouble is motor planning and implementation and having her body do what she desires it to do. Only then, after many failed efforts, we planned to make her undergo stem cell treatment in India.
We found out about a hospital named Stem Cell Care India and were enthusiastic to learn that we would be able to securely remove stem cells from her own umbilical cord and re-inject into her spinal fluid. We felt comforted knowing that it was her own blood and that her body would not reject it, but we were of course concerned about whether her little body could handle the process and didn’t know what to anticipate. We booked the process when she was 23 months. The technique was very simple. Sarala went in for the first part, handled the anesthesia just okay and the process itself of extracting the bone marrow took no more than 30 minutes. After some hours, we went back to the hospital and had the second portion of the treatment in which they put her under and vaccinated the stem cells into her spinal fluid which also took not more than 15 minutes or so. She was completely fine and back to her normal happy self by that evening. We are very thankful to the team of experts at Stem Cell Care India.