Newt Advocates Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s at FDA Hearing in Washington, D.C.
“Approximately 20 years ago, I asked my doctor about the shaking in my right hand. He said he didn’t want to alarm me, but this could be the beginning of Parkinson’s Disease. Five to six years ago, the shaking was getting notably worse, and I was referred to a neurologist.”
“A friend of my sister had stem cell treatment with some improvement. I researched stem cell surgery, and StemGenex was recommended by this friend. I decided to go ahead with the procedure.”
“On June 5, 2015, I received a Stem Cell treatment for Parkinson’s Disease. After the surgery, it was recommended that I spend 1-1/2 to 2 hours in a hyperbaric chamber daily for the next 45 days. I purchased my own chamber and have been using it since August 2015. It was recommended that I continue to take the medications and vitamins as previously prescribed.”
“Since that time, I have noticed some improvement in my ability to control the shakes in my right hand. In January 2016, I was able to thread a needle twice and sew on some buttons, which is something I could not do before the treatment. I also have been able to reach above my head to put tools on peg board hooks in my shop. There are times I am able to control the shakes. In August 2016, I was able to trim tall hedges and paint windows frames on my house. For almost a year, I have been able to make lamps by turning wood on my lathe. Since March, I have been taking dance lessons. August of this year I was able to prepare and freeze peaches. I made a peach pie and have been playing golf. I live alone, which I am not sure would be possible without the treatment.” – Newt V. – September 13, 2016This 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.