Kristen Shares Her Quality of Life Improvements Following Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
Kristen was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2013. Before MS, she was extremely active and worked 70-hour weeks. “I led a very fast-paced life,” she said. “After my diagnosis, I couldn’t walk up a flight of stairs or even wash the dishes. Everything was a marathon. I could not do every-day simple things that everyone else could do.”
MS came out of the blue for Kristen, said her husband Alex. “First, her vision was affected. Before we knew it, part of her body was paralyzed. It was devastating. We wondered, ‘why her?’”
Kristen and Alex made their round of doctors. They were told, according to Alex, that there was little they could do beyond taking drugs that Kristen would need for the rest of her life to keep MS at bay.
“We both agreed,” said Alex, “that drugs could not always be the only answer.” Kristen and Alex began to research alternative options and came upon stem cell therapy for Multiple Sclerosis. They found that they didn’t have to travel overseas to get treatment, and found our facility in San Diego.
“We were extremely impressed with the staff even before they saw us,” said Alex. “They treated us like family and called just to see how we were doing. They went above and beyond.”
Kristen added, “After treatment with adipose stem cells, I could do things again. It was amazing. Now we have children. Before stem cell therapy, I couldn’t even imagine this would be possible. The freedom I now feel to play with them, toss them in the air, and put them to bed.”
“I’ve seen two major changes since Kristen has undergone stem cell therapy,” said Alex. “Physically, she’s in far better shape. Second, her confidence is back. She’s excited again. I can only encourage people battling with MS to stop waiting. Take some time and research options. Kristen and I have witnessed firsthand that stem cell therapy works.”
Kristen K., November 29, 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 multiple sclerosis therapy is not FDA approved and is not a cure for any medical condition.