Muscular dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy (MD) is a group of hereditary muscle diseases. MD results in weakening the skeletal muscles of body. The main traits of muscular dystrophy are progressive skeletal muscle weakness, defects in muscle proteins, and death of muscle cells and tissue. Muscular dystrophy has many sub-types, and most are multiple-system disorders, presenting as manifestation in body systems, such as heart, nervous system, endocrine system, gastrointestinal system, eyes, etc. Thus, many signs and symptoms may occur, including: Progressive muscular wasting; Muscle weakness; Calf deformation; Drooping eyelids; Poor balance; Progressive crippling; Walking difficulty; Frequent falls; Wadding gait; Respiratory difficulty; Scoliosis; Incontinence, etc.

Our neural growth factor for muscular dystrophy can potentially bring improvements such as 

  •     Improved Muscle mass and Strength;
  •     Better Limbs Movements;
  •     Better Balance; 
  •     ReleaseTremors and Stiffness. 

The neural growth factor can slow down the loss of muscle mass and relieve the symptoms. However it is important to remember that the treatment is not a cure and it cannot eliminate the underlying cause of muscle fiber loss. Thus, improvements are not permanent and will last for a certain period of time depending on how fast the disease is progressing. 

Upon receiving your medical information our doctors can give you additional guidance regarding your/your relatives particular condition.

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