REASON FOR TREATMENT
In October 2006 Takako first noted that her gait has changed, her walking slowed down and her movements became more rigid and stiff. In the 6 months after the first symptoms Takako was diagnosed as suffering for Parkinson's disease.
Progression of Takako's condition was relatively slow, but her movements were becoming slower and clumsier over time, thus making daily chores difficult. Takako became tired easily and experienced balance difficulties at times.
Takako and her husband began searching for alternative treatments for Takako's condition, and have decided to arrive to Beijing Puhua International hospital, in order to attempt stem cell treatment.
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
Upon admission, Takako's upper left hand's muscle was slightly high.
While walking, Takako experienced poor coordination and slow movements.
She suffered form rigidity in her left arm, hand and fingers.
Due to Takako's relatively early stage of the disease and being other wise healthy, Beijing Puhua International department neurosurgery department have offered her to undergo a direct hRPE stem cell implantation via a stereotactic injection.
METHOD OF TREATMENT
Stem cell implantations, Daily IV of medicines, neural nutrition and protection as well as Physical and Occupational Therapy sessions, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture
CONDITION AFTER TREATMENT
After undergoing stem cell treatment, Takako's mobility was noticeably better than before. The Parkinsonian gait disappeared.
A few days following the stem cell implantation, Takako looked noticeably happier as she continued experiencing improvements in her overall condition.
Takako became more active and expressed great satisfaction with the treatment and the staff at Beijing Puhua International Hospital.