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Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, nearly one million individuals across the United States live with multiple sclerosis (MS). This chronic autoimmune disorder can make a patient’s life very difficult by causing significant complications with balance, coordination, and other basic bodily functions.

If you’re suffering with MS, you can rest assured that there is a practical medical therapy that can help you recover. Stem cell therapy for MS has shown a great deal

of clinical promise in significantly reducing the symptoms of MS, and is a viable option for anyone suffering with this disorder.

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What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is a disorder of the central nervous system that is chronic in nature.  MS leads to symptoms that vary between individuals, with some that are barely noticeable, and others that are quite severe.

Some of the most common symptoms of MS include:

What Causes Multiple Sclerosis?

Smoking, certain genetic factors, and specific viruses may increase your risk of developing MS, but scientists are still unsure of what exactly causes this disorder.

In this autoimmune disease, your own immune system starts attacking a specific substance that surrounds and protects your nerves, called the myelin sheath. When your nerves lose this essential protective outer layer, it leads to damage and the formation of scar tissue.This in turn prevents your brain from sending signals effectively throughout your body.

Do you want to learn more about MS ? Watch our video for a concise overview of the disease and to read feedback from our many MS patients who have benefited from stem cell therapy.

Stem Cell Therapy for MS

The great news is that multiple sclerosis can be effectively combated through the use of stem cell therapy. Stem cells are built for repairing and protecting tissues, and they also have immunomodulatory properties. This means that they help in regulating your immune system. When these stem cells are administered in your body, they can mitigate the damage, so your brain is able to effectively send signals and your body function returns to normal.

Stem cells not only help restore your flexibility, mobility, and control, but they may also be able to halt the progression of the disease.

Approximately Half of MS Patients Saw a Halt in Disease Activity One Year After Stem Cell Therapy

recent clinical trial revealed that stem cell therapy was significantly effective at reducing MS symptoms. In fact, the study showed that during a one year follow up of their stem cell therapy, MS symptoms were completely nonexistent in 40% of patients treated with the stem cells via intravenous administration. The study also showed that the stem cell therapy also induced short term benefits to those who actively had the disease.

Why Choose GIOSTAR Chicago for Stem Cell Therapy?

At GIOSTAR Chicago, we stand out from other clinics because of the extensively researched and safe techniques we utilize for our stem cell therapies.

We are world leaders in the field of stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine. Our vision is to provide relief through effective medical techniques to those patients who are suffering from degenerative diseases such as neuropathy, lung diseases and MS. Our team of world-renowned specialists in the field of regenerative medicine are committed to helping you recover using our state-of-the-art clinical treatments and safe therapies.

Watch this video to see what our patients have to say about their experience with our stem cell therapy for MS.

Contact Us Today to Start Your Stem Cell Therapy for MS in Chicago, IL

Get in touch with our team of medical experts today to learn more about how our stem cell therapy can help you improve the symptoms of MS so you can start on the road to recovery and regain control of your life and health again.

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