Lynne Maree Negfeldt

Lynne Maree Negfeldt

OVERVIEW

Name: Lynne Maree Negfeldt
Diagnosis: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
D.O.B: 01 January 1959
Gender: Female
Country: Australia

Treatment: cellular treatment, treatment to improve blood circulation within the brain, with rehabilitation therapy and TCM (traditional Chinese medicine).

History

Lynne Maree Negfeldt experienced that onset of slurred speech and bilateral hand weakness after an episode of viral influenza in April 2012. These symptoms rapidly worsened. Prior to her arrival in China, her speech and strength had significantly deteriorated, and her thumbs and index fingers are were markedly affected. She developed increasing difficulties with fine movement, such asbrushing teeth, wearing jewelry or opening stiff door locks. Her legs were apparently not involved, though she was aware of increasedswelling at the level of her feet. She experienced an unrelated 5th metatarsal bone fracture in OCT 2012. She had her depression under good control with medication. An EMG administered on 11DEC2012 indicated active denervation and chronic partial re-innervation in three regions (lower and upper limbs and neck).

 

Medical condition of ALS before Cellular Treatment

At admission, patient Lynne Maree Negfeldt was experiencing difficulties in breathing after doing physical exercises. Her speech was slurred and slow. She had difficulty swallow and troubled with chocking. Her cheek bulging test was diminished. Mild tongue atrophy and fibrillation were noted. The left soft palate lifting test was judged to be weak. Muscular strength of four limbs was decreased compared with normal.

 

Stem Cell Treatment for Twenty-eight days for ALS

Stem Cell Treatment, treatment to improve the circulation of blood in the brain, rehabilitation therapy, and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine).

 

Medical condition of ALS after Stem Cell Treatment

After the treatment, Patient Lynne Maree Negfeldt was noted to be in good spirits, and her speech was observed to becoming a little faster and clearer than before therapy. It became easier for her to chew food, and she soon had no obvious difficulty in swallowing or breathing. The patient’s movement became more flexible in her both hands. She felt the strength of four limbs was improved from before treatment: this beyond what was seen on objective evaluation.

At discharge, the patient felt significantly improved from her status at admission, and will keep our staff apprised of her ongoing progress.

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