Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma

Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma


Name: Abdoul
Diagnosis: Dermatosclerosis
D.O.B: 01 January 1970
Gender: Male

Treatment: Stem Cell Treatment, improving nutrient and circulation.


About 3.5 years ago, Patient Abdoul began suffering pain in his hands and feet, especially while walking. After that, the skin of his limbs gradually became firm and hard. He went to local hospital and was given some oral medicine. 6 months later, the pain in his hands and feet was relieved, but the condition of his skin deteriorated and the hardness of the skin started spread worsen. He was diagnosed with scleroderma.

After one year, the skin of his whole body had became pathologically ‘hard,’  and he began to suffer from mobility issues.

On May 31st 2011, Abdoul was admitted to our PIH to receive Stem Cell Treatment.

Medical Condition before Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma

Upon admission, the patient presented with general restrictions to movement, especially at his knees. His skin was leathery. He had some peri-orbital swelling. He had difficulty in moving his neck.

Because the skin around his mouth and eyes had also became rather rigid, it was difficult for him to open his eyes and mouth.

His speech was slightly slowed, and slurred.

Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Scleroderma

Stem Cell Treatment to improve the nutrient and circulation.

Medical Condition after Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma

After treatment for Scleroderma, the skin over his body became softer than before, and with increased elasticity.

It became much easier for him to open his eyes and mouth. Also, it became easier for him to move his neck.

He suffered less movement restriction since Stem Cell Treatment. He was able to speak faster and clearer than before therapy.

Considering his significant improvements after the first treatment, the doctor suggested a second round of treatment four months later.

Follow Up Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma

(Oct. 2011)

Four months had passed, Abdoul came back for his second round of treatment.  He continued to respond to therapy, and made further improvement.

All at PIH are looking forward to seeing more improvements from Abdoul.

(August. 2012)

After discharge from the hospital in Oct. 2011, his condition continue improving in the first 3~4 months. 4 months later, he got malaria and his general condition began deteriorating, which get worse and worse. When he came in the end of July 2012, he was confined to a wheel chair and couldn't move around without the help of a crutch. His eyes was swollen. It's really difficult for him to move his limbs and other parts of his body.

He was hospitalized for 4 weeks and was give 4 times cell therapies through IV injection.

After the first injection, obvious improvement was noticed. His skin on the abdomen, arms, legs and face was much softer than before. He felt so good with the treatment that he even jumpped out of the chair when our doctors went to visit him, which was impossible before the treatment. When the treatment plan was completed, his general condition is much better. He can move aroud without wheelchair or crutch. It's much easier for him to conduct daily activities. He began joking with people and our medical staff.

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