Bill’s Success Story: Stem Cell Therapy Shows Potential Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis
“I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010 at age 51. It came on fast and hard. It would take me entirely too long to list all the symptoms I had. It went from 0 to 100 in three months time, and I could barely walk. Through the years I got so down and depressed, I could tell I was headed for a wheelchair. Then, my first Grandson arrived and I decided to do something about my condition, whatever it took.”
“I received my stem cell treatment about 2.5 years ago and have improved tremendously. They picked me up from the airport, we stayed at a great hotel, and they provided the transportation back and forth from their clinic, so we didn’t have to worry about that. When we were done, they took us back to the airport.”
The treatment is basically painless and the doctors and nurses are as friendly as you could ask for. Everybody makes you feel like family when you are there. I took off my opiate pain patch before the treatment and have never put one back on or taken any opiates since. The next day I got out of bed and stood up straight. My wife said, Oh my God I forgot how tall you are! My energy and heat tolerance has improved greatly. I can now work in my garden after work in the heat and take my boat out again on weekends. I walked my daughter down the aisle 4 months later with my cane. I have been able to enjoy life again.
I had an MRI 11 months ago, and when I went to my Neurologist to discuss it, he said, “oh my God, your lesions are completely gone! I don’t know what to say, this never happens, not only have you not advanced like you were, they’re just completely gone.” I asked him why my walking was still difficult, although very livable. He said there was so much damage caused by the lesions in my spinal cord, it would be a very slow recovery, if at all. Well I’m still improving, very slowly, but I can feel it and it shows. I just scheduled my yearly MRI and Neurologist visit and am excited to see what this year brings. I’m certain it will be good news, and off Multiple Sclerosis drugs forever.
I plan to retire in six years, and am now looking forward to an active, well rounded retirement instead of sitting at home watching myself decline and die. I also stick by a diet they recommended, the Wahl’s Protocol, and I also take low dose MS drug. I also try to get eight hours of sleep a night. You do need to take care of your new stem cells to help them work. I plan on going to the Meltdown Drags, in Byron, Illinois this summer. My friends are racing their ’51 Henry J Gasser and have asked me to go. I am very excited. It will be hot, but I’m getting prepared with cooling vests, etc. and am very excited for the chance to go! Thank you, I am grateful forever.” Bill W., November 13, 2017.This testimonial includes a description of this patient’s actual results. These results may not be typical or expected for the particular disease type described in this testimonial. You should not expect to experience these results. Stem cell therapy is not FDA approved and is not a cure for any medical condition.