Thousands of patients have been treated all over the world. This is just one example.
Treatment of Disease with Adult Stem Cells Therapy is an exciting and rapidly developing industry. For a complete list of the diseases that show a positive response to Stem Cell Therapy go to the Stem Cell Disease List.
As you watch the testimonial videos below, please keep in mind that this specific case is for Parkinson’s Disease. Read this page thoroughly to understand the cause of Parkinson’s, the damage that is being done and therefore the answer as to why and how Stem Cell Therapy works for Parkinson’s.
Stem Cells detect cytokine signals released by damaged doppamine producing neurons and can become replacement cells to restore this function. This is not a cure and everyone responds at a different rate of cellular repair and replacement, per stem cell transplant. More than one transplant is necessary and ultimately, overtime, the process will reduce a portion of the symptoms experienced by those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. The difficulty is in predicting which symptom relief may be experienced per patient.
What is Parkinson’s Disease and how can stem cell therapy really help?
Parkinson’s disease is a chronic, progressive movement disorder associated with the abnormal functioning of the central nervous system. The disease generally comes under a group of condition known as motor system disorder. The disease is expressed due to the loss of doppamine-producing brain cells.
What is the cause of Parkinson’s Disease, what is going wrong?
Studies have observed the deposition of different proteins in the transverse sections of the Parkinson’s brain. These proteins are known as the Lewy Bodies.
The human brain is the principal organ, controlling all the mechanism such as movement, memory, speech, vision, etc. This control can be acquired by the passage of different signals to the different organs of the body. These signals are generated in the brain, passed on to the different organs via brain cells known as the neurons. These signals are passed on from one neuron to the other organs of the body with the help of the neurotransmitters.
Doppamine is one of the different kinds of neurotransmitter which is found to be absent in the patients with the Parkinson’s disease. This doppamine is degenerated due to the deposition of proteins or lewy bodies surrounding the neurons. These lewy bodies thus interrupt the transmission of signals due to loss of doppamine leading to the progressive degeneration of motor neurons.
Thus, in patients with the disease, the motor coordination is affected to great extent.
So, how do Stem Cells help Parkinson’s Patients?
After the Adult Stem Cells have been re-administered the patient symptom improvement takes place as the cells move along the 4 stems in the image below.
Thus, for an effective treatment stem cells must colonize in the damaged area, adapt the properties of resident stem cells and initiate some of the lost functions that have been compromised by the disease or injury.
There have been many studies and the data has been accumulated from different research at universities such as Harvard, UCSD, UCLA, UC Irvine, Salk Institue, Sanford-Burnham and more suggests, there is evidence based differentiation of stem cells into doppamine producing neurons.
TREATMENT OF PARKINSON’S AT GIOSTAR
- GIOSTAR has mastered the technology for isolating viable stem cells from either autologous sources of your own body or allogenic matched donors.
- GIOSTAR will enrich the cells in our state of the art facility.
- These cells are then administered two ways for Parkinson’s disease.
- Experienced, professional and certified doctors will transplant Stem Cells through this method.
- Stem Cells are infused in the cerebrospinal fluid through the subarachnoid spaces of the spinal canal.
- This is necessary to deliver the stem cells past the blood brain barrier so they may find the damaged neurons.
- This is similar to an “epidural shot” that women use for pain management during child birth.
TIntravenous Stem Cell Administration:
- Through this mode, cells are infused through the veins along with the mannitol to expand blood volumes in the central nervous system.
- IV administration is necessary to give a complete systemic healing to ensure that the maximum number of cells are reaching the targeted area.
What happens after you administer the Stem Cells?
Once infused back in the body, these cells can be repopulated at the damaged parts of the brain, through their strong paracrine effects and differentiate into lost doppamine producing neurons or other damaged supporting cells to improve motor functions of the brain.
Thus with our standardized, broad based and holistic approach, it is now possible to obtain noticeable improvements in the patients with the Parkinson’s Disease in relatively short order. Some see symptom improvement within the first week. Many report a response within 24 hours.
Why choose GIOSTAR?
- The co-Founder and Chief Science Officers is credited with building and launching the stem cell research labs at top research institutions in US including the Salk Research Institute, Sanford-Burnham Institute, UC Irvine, UC San Diego, UCLA and many more.
- GIOSTAR has a personalized approach to Stem Cell administration and a Medical Advisory Board comprising of professors, physicians, and scientists from Harvard, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), University of California Irvine (UCI), Imperial Collage, London, UCLA and more.
- GIOSTAR advises many governments around the world.
- GIOSTAR commits to halting the progression of your disease and working together toward symptom relief over multiple Stem Cell Transplants during the course of your first year. This is a partnership in healing, not just a medical procedure.