Stem Cell Treatment for Gary

Stem Cell Treatment for Gary


Name: Gary Simpson
Diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis
D.O.B: 28 January 1968
Gender: Male
Country: United Kingdom

Treatment: Stem Cell Treatment, traditional Chinese medicine and Rehabilitation Therapy


Mr. Gary Simpson was a 47 year-old man when admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital with chief complaints of “bilateral limbs movement disorder with numbness for 8 years.” Medical history was positive for hypothyroidism for the previous 9 years and also an ongoing diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS), confirmed at Beijing Puhua International Hospital.

Medical Condition Prior to Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis  

Prior to receiving Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis, the patient’s muscle tone was high in the lower limbs. Bilateral alternate motions were clumsy, especially on the right side. Bilateral tendon reflexes were decreased. Babinski signs were positive.
Brain MRI revealed demyelinating changes in bilateral lateral ventricles and subcortical white matter and brainstem. 
Muscle Strength: near end of left upper limb 4+/5, distal end 5/5; near end of right upper limb 4-/5, distal end 4/5; left lower limb 3/5; right lower limb 3-/5.

Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis for 21 days

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including treatment to improve neural function, promote cerebral blood flow and metabolism, combined with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), rehabilitation therapy, as well as general symptomatic and supportive treatment.

During the rehabilitation training
Mr. Gary can stand and walk better after the comprehensive treatment

Medical Condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis  

After 21 days Stem Cell Treatment for multiple sclerosis, the patient’s general condition was improved. His vital signs were steady, with good quality of sleep. Muscle tone and muscle strength were also improved. He was better able to lift his arms, and it became easier for him to change position from sitting to standing up, while achieving a more steady, stable stance. Bilateral alternate movements became increasingly more flexible, and he was also becoming able to walk faster. Pedaling training became increasingly improved, as was control and mobility of his legs. Both knee joints can be separated by himself with decreased involuntary abduction. Muscle tone became more acceptable in his arms, while still slightly increased in his legs. 
Muscle strength continued to improve in his arms and legs. Bilateral alternate motions were also becoming more flexible, especially on the right side. 

Mr. Simpson also made a video before discharge in order to share his treatment experience at Beijing Puhua International Hospital to share his positive results of treatment with others.

Mr. Gary is very satisfied with the treatment in Beijing Puhua International Hospital


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