Stem cell therapy for MSA
Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) is a neurodegenerative disease marked by a combination of symptoms affecting movement, blood pressure, and other body functions; hence the label "multiple system" atrophy. MSA can cause a wide range of symptoms, including:
stiffness or rigidity freezing or slowed movements postural instability; loss of balance; incoordination
Orthostatic hypotension, or a significant fall in blood pressure when standing, causing dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting, or blurred vision
speech and swallowing difficulties
MSA progresses over the course of several years to cause more widespread and severe symptoms. Orthostatic hypotension can cause fainting and falls. Loss of coordination, slowed movements, and rigidity can interfere with activities of daily living. Some patients with MSA have mild loss of cognitive abilities, with impairments in attention and speed of thinking.
Most stem cell therapy shows that patients will achieve improvements after stem cell transplantation. Currently, many patients have obtained a stable therapeutic outcome. Furthermore, Stem Cell Treatment and the accompanying Chinese traditional medicine like specific medications should always be performed under the guidance of our professional doctors so that the patients can achieve the most successful outcome possible.
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