Woman battling Multiple Sclerosis sees Improvements from Stem Cell Therapy
Karin Boyd is a 46-year-old Traverse City, Michigan woman who has been battling Multiple Sclerosis for about 11 years. She was first diagnosed in 2005.
“It’s where your own immune system attacks itself,” said Boyd.
She says she’s tried taking multiple medications to ease her symptoms but she recently discovered another treatment, and now she wants to share her success with stem cell therapy with others.
“I was missing a out on a lot,” Boyd said. “I was tired all the time, I couldn’t get through the day, I would have to go home and take a nap. I wasn’t getting the cooking and cleaning done like I felt like I should.”
She says she constantly had numbness in her hands and feet.
Despite multiple medications, she even started to lose the ability to use her right leg in 2010.
“I couldn’t walk. I had to have a walker or wheelchair or cane to walk,” Boyd said.
Thankfully a more aggressive drug brought her independent walking back, but not without other consequences.
“The drugs don’t make you feel good,” said Boyd.
That’s when she discovered a procedure based on using the healing benefits of a patient’s own cells.
Boyd flew out to California in September for the three-day procedure. She says stem cell therapy for her Multiple Sclerosis has changed her life.
“I go to work, I come home, like I said I’m cooking, I’m cleaning,” Boyd said. “Realizing how much I’ve deprived everything because I haven’t had the energy.”
“My husband said to me the other day, ‘I feel like I have my best friend back again,’ and hearing that was pretty cool.”
Boyd says she’s even able to feel her fingertips again.
Given the chance, she says she’d do it all over, and that she recommends others try it too.
“If you can get just part of your life back, it’s so worth the journey,” said Boyd. “It makes everything worthwhile.” – Karin B., – October 7, 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 multiple sclerosis therapy is not FDA approved and is not a cure for any medical condition.