The dominant part of symptoms in patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease is identified with the inability of dopamine neurons to appropriately execute their task. The Dopamine relays signals to the brain region tasked with controlling motion. It allows your muscles to move easily and carry out what you need them to. When these nerve cells separate your dopamine become inadequate, and you experience difficulty moving and finishing tasks.
How Do Stem Cells Work in Patients With Parkinson's Disease?
This form of stem cell therapy is intended to focus on these neurons and to assist with the formation of new dopamine-making neurons. Also, stem cells may discharge natural chemicals known as cytokines which can incite separation of the stem cells into dopamine-making neurons.
Individuals who undergo stem cell treatment at our facility may show improvements in any of these disease-related symptoms, for example:
→ Primary Motor complications
→ Resting shudders
→ Postural imbalance
→ Secondary Motor complications
→ Mask-like appearance
→ Bent stance
→ Unnecessary Accelerations
→ Impaired fine motor aptitude and coordination
→ Speech disorder
→ Impaired gross motor coordination
→ Swallowing complications
→ Sexual dysfunction
→ Non-motor complications (Anosmia, REM behaviour issue, Dyschezia, Mood swings, orthostatic hypotension).