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Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive neural disorder, which is associated with damage to dopamine producing cell. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter produced in the special region of the brain. The lack of the neurotransmitter interferes with the coordination of signals at nerve motor junctions resulting in termers, un coordinated movements, stiffness of the body, lack of balance and difficulty in walking.
Recent development in stem cell research, has enabled doctors to proactively prevent the progression of the disease and alter the course of the development of symptoms. Since, the stem cells can produce dopamine producing cells in the brain it can restore normal functioning of the neurons and can restore normal movements of the body.

Stem Cells Therapy: Stemcells Medicare Protocol

We at Stem Cell Medicare have been giving treatment to patients for neuro-degenerative diseases with autologous mesenchymal stem cells from bone marrow, with great success. From half the bone marrow stem cells are separated by special machine and injected by intra-thecal injection, the remaining bone marrow is sent to laboratory for amplification of cells and imparting cytoplasmic markers for making neuro progenitor cells. These progenitor cells are injected by intra venous drip.

We strive to design protocol for each patient to suit his needs. The technique is quite effective, safe and without any side effects.

The entire medical procedure at Stemcells Medicare consists of 4 steps:

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Qualification For The Treatment

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Source Extraction

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Laboratory Processing

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Implantation

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