Musculoskeletal System Disorders
The musculoskeletal system allows the body to move. Using nervous system stimulation from the motor cortex, cerebellum and other regions, it allows coordinated contraction of muscles and therefore movement and balance. The motor system consists of three main parts, sensory neurones, motor neurones and muscle fibres. Sensory neurones allow the brain to know the position of the muscle, so coordinated movements can be made. The brain then stimulates a movement, which travels down the motor neurons of the body. The muscle fibres are stimulated by the motor neurons and then these fibres contract.
There are many diseases that affect the musculoskeletal system. These include polyarthritis, polymyosit, and rheumatic neuritis. These include common disorders of the spine too, including intervertebral disc disorders (osteochondrosis of the spine). Cell therapy can be used to treat these conditions. The injected material can be used to stimulate the cells that maintain the muscle fibres throughout our bodies. This will not only stimulate the repair of the cells immediately but will also reprogram the surrounding cells. This reprogramming will allow your muscle fibres to be regenerated even after therapy has ended.
Rheumatism is any disease that affects the musculoskeletal system. And is a disease that unfortunately leads to death in most cases if untreated. Cellular therapy is most effective if used at an early stage of the disease. The chances of making a full recovery are harder the later stage of the disease. This is not to say that cell therapy cannot help, it has the potential to regenerate at any stage of the disease. Our data shows that there is an 89% subjective improvement for people with rheumatism.
Skin diseases are manifestations of allergic, nervous, metabolic, hormonal and circulatory disorders. Genetics also seems to participate in their complex formation mechanism. Skin diseases are often associated with severe depression, an understandable reaction in patients who have difficulties or problems in the social sphere. But oddly enough, the patient tends to show visible signs skin alterations in areas other than the face, hands and neck.
Perhaps the explanation of these symptoms is evolution: the central nervous system and the skin derive from a common origin, the ectoderm or outer germ layer of the embryo. Skin diseases are not only annoying and painful to the patient, but they can impact the patient’s emotional state profoundly.
Modern psychosomatic medicine, which is based on the parallelism between mental and physical processes, is responsible for discussing this issue. Our mission is to take skin conditions seriously and treat them in an effective, reliable form. In this area, Cellular Therapy has proven to be very useful. The tendency to suffering urticaria, eczema, acne and even to resistant-to-therapy psoriasis is skin conditions that respond well to therapeutic cellular measures.
The photo is one such case where psoriasis was treated with foetal diencephalon. The change is obvious and is a direct result of cellular therapy. Our experience is our cell therapy has profound effects on the diseases mentioned.
Though the cell therapy will have a huge effect on your body, the best results are found in individuals who maintain a healthy lifestyle. This includes regular exercise; a healthy diet including all the food groups and just general good hygiene all have a positive effect. Our services are at the disposal of any individual who feels that anything mentioned above applies to you or someone you know, we can help you improve your life and those of your loved ones.