Parkinson's Disease (pd)
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disease in the world. It is a chronic degenerative neurological disorder mainly affecting the motor system. It is caused by a shortage of the brain chemical dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that controls movement, and some forms of thinking. One million people in the U.S. have PD, and 7 million worldwide.
New treatments and advances in research give new hope to people affected by Parkinson’s Disease (PD).
Dr. Omar Gonzalez provides a unique Placental Stem Cell Therapy protocol for each Parkinson's Disease patient so the patient will reach his goals and be able to live independently.
Dr. Gonzalez designed a unique Parkinson's Disease protocol during 28 years of experience treating Parkinson's Patients. The Placental Stem Cells are placed according to the needs, and symptoms, of each patient. The procedure last 3-4 hours. All PD patients are free to travel the next day.
benefits of placental STEM CELL THERAPY for Parkinson’s disease:
- Restful sleep
- Decrease or Cessation of vivid nightmares
- Decrease or Cessation of shaking or trembling
- Decrease or Cessation of drooling
- The patient is often able to decrease his medication
- Decreased or absent shuffle walking
- Decreased or Cessation of headaches
- Cessation of fatigue
- Has more motivation
- PD patient can live independently
- Can speak, and swallow better
how placental stem cell therapy works:
The placenta from wich the stem cells are harvested is delivered by C-Section so it is not contaminated by bacteria in the birth canal. It is taken to a medical lab where it is tested for many bacteria, virus, and diseases. The placental stem cells are extracted utilizing sterile conditions.
The placenta is rich in many types of stem cells, and growth factors for stem cells. The placenta richer in a wider variety of cells, and contains ten times more stem cells than cord blood. The placenta, and the cells are sterile, and they are stored under sterile conditions at the correct temperature so the cells are alive when they are implanted, or injected into the patient.
Stem Cells obtained from the Human placenta go througth many divisions and develop into as many, and the kind of cells as needed to heal, and repair the body. Using Stem Cells from the placenta has fewer risks than using Stem Cells from any other part of the body. Sometimes, the patient may need several Stem Cell treatments over a period of months or years, depending on the protocol, and the lenght of time the patient has had the disease.
The Stem Cells migrate all over the body via the lymphatics, and capillaries to the organs that need them (brain, liver, kidneys) where the cells multiply, and regenerate the tissues that need them. The placenta stem cells revitalize the body througth their anti-inflammatory power, angiogenesis (formation of blood vessels from mesenchymal stem cells in the placenta), and immune modulation.