CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT:
According to Arafat's family's description, about two years ago, there was a sudden change in his voice. First his speech became unclear, and fast he presented with difficulty in swallowing and walking. He lost weight rapidly, 47kg during 7 months. Emotionally Arafat became very sensitive, which prompted his family to seek treatment outside their native Bahrain.
Upon admission to Beijing Puhua International hospital, Arafat was diagnosed with Amiotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
Before the treatment, Arafat presented with general weakness, which was more severe on his right side. His muscle strength in his upper limbs has diminished. Arafat had difficulty lifting his arms up and writing.
His speech was slurred, which limited communication with anyone outside his family members.
Walking and swallowing have presented to be most difficult for Arafat. Although he can still walk on his own, his gait is unstable, which makes walking very difficult, and requires constant assistance.
Arafat also reported feeling constant pain in his right shoulder for the past two months, which has worsened during sleep or when he has moved his hand.
METHOD OF TREATMENT:
Cell Therapy implantations, Daily IV of medicines, neural nutrition and protection as well as Physical and Occupational Therapy sessions, Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture.
AFTER THE TREATMENT:
Arafat's condition has started improving while undergoing the treatment in Beijing Puhua International hospital. His speech has improved, and he is now able to talk louder and clearer then before. The swallowing has improved as well.
Due to improved balance and better muscle strength in his limbs and trunk, Arafat's gait became more stable.
Another improvements noticed in Arafat is that his fingers are now easy to be straightened and are more flexible. The pain in his right shoulder has decreased sufficiently.
All the improvements in his mobility have affected Arafat's mental state as well.
We are looking forward to more news of improvements from Bahrain soon, and wish Arafat all the best!