REASON FOR TREATMENT
Albert noted progressive gait difficulty and slurred speech approximately two years before coming for the stem cell treatment in Beijing Puhua International hospital. In September 2010, Albert was diagnosed as suffering from MSA.
Albert developed clumsiness in his movements, poor balance and messy writing. He felt like his knees were shaking, when walking. Due to poor balance it was especially difficult for Albert to climb stairs. In addition, Albert suffered from significant hypertension and sweating.
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
Upon admission, Albert experienced unstable walking, and his speech was slightly slurred with low voice-it was hard for others to understand him. Albert had been coughing and sweating. Albert's handwriting was poor. He was constipated often and had stiffness in his muscles.
Last three weeks before the treatment, Albert's symptoms were accompanied by fatigue. His sweating was more noticeable and he experienced a desire to urinate every half an hour.
Albert's gait was staggering, unstable and slow, with poor balance control. His movements were uncoordinated and clumsy.
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
Very soon after beginning stem cell treatment, Albert's coughing and choking while drinking were relieved, as well as his muscle stiffness and fatigue. His speech became clearer and faster, which made communication easier.
Albert's urination control has improved, and he now urinates every two or three hours.
Albert's gait became more stable. Albert's coordination has significantly improved: he is now able to throw and catch a ping pong ball and a sandbag (while in therapy), with more accuracy than before the treatment, and can play football with a physiotherapist using both his feet catching and kicking the ball.
Albert's writing became better then before and his blood pressure is easier to control.
We wish Albert all the best, and will continue updating his page with new comments in the future.