First visit in the Hospital: January 17, 2006.
(stayed in the hospital for 27 days)
Follow up visits: March, April, September, 2006.
CONDITION BEFORE THE TREATMENT:
Chen Li Shu suffers from MS (Multiple Sclerosis) since 2001, since the age of 13. Few months before coming for treatment her condition got worse until she could almost do nothing by her self but lay in bad. Before the treatment, she could not stand up out of a chair by herself, she could walk a short distance (few meters), with the support of her parents. She had severe head shakings, she had trouble holding things in her hands since her fingers were numb and lost sensation, she could also not write. She had problems swallowing and eating, and her speech was very slow. There were periods in which she could not control her urination and defecation.
She had a severe double vision, which affected her balance and her sight.
She didn't have much sensation in her hands and legs, her whole body, from the chest down, was numb. Her muscle strength was very weak. She had constantly off-times and on-times, during which her condition got more and more severe.
See Videos: after
The interview was taken 9 months after the beginning of the treatment.
The most significant improvement after the treatment was that Li Shu could walk by herself, in a normal pose, to long distances (few kilometers). Her head shakings are almost unseen, her speech improved and she speak in almost normal speed. She now has sensation in her hands and fingers and can grasp and hold things. Her body is not numb any more, she has almost normal sensation. Her swallowing problems improved and she can control her wastes. Her body is much stronger now. She still has vision problems since her optic nerve was seriously damaged.
It has been almost a year since Li Shu first came for the treatment. During this year her condition was stable, she is keeping the good results and keep on improving. She is saying that every time that she comes to the hospital the doctors noticing new improvements. Li Shu is coming for follow up visits every few months.
She is very happy with the results and said that people seeing her today cannot imagine she suffers from MS. She looks and feel almost like normal people.
Last update (Thursday, 19 April 2007)