GREAT IMPROVEMENT AFTER SCT
Name: Tamara Shamoon
Diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis
D.O.B: 08 November 1974
Country: United States of America
Treatment: Stem Cell Treatment, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Rehabilitation Therapy
Tamara is a 41 years old female who admitted to Beijing Puhua InternationalHospital due to “visual deterioration of left eye for 17 years and movement disorder of limbs for 7 years”.
Medical condition before Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis
Prior to receiving Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis, her muscle tone was slightly increased in the left upper limb and bilateral lower limbs. Hoffman sign and Rossolimo sign of left upper limbs were both positive. Bilateral Babinski’s sign was positive. Bilateral finger to nose and heel-knee-tibia tests both were unstable. Dragging gait was noted in left lower limb during walking.
Muscle strength of left lower limb: near-end flexion 3-/5, extension 3/5; distal end dorsiflexion 3/5, flexion 3+/5; Right lower limb: near-end flexion 3/5, extension 3+/5; distal end dorsiflexion 3+/5, flexion 4-/5.
Stem Cell Treatment for 21 days
After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including treatment of improving neural function, promoting cerebral blood circulation and metabolism, combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), rehabilitation therapy, as well as symptomatic and supportive treatment.
Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Multiple Sclerosis
The patient’s general condition was improved. Muscle tone of left upper limb and lower limbs is improved. Muscle strength of trunk and four limbs is strengthened. Exercise tolerance is enhanced when having rehabilitation training and daily activities. Limbs movement is more flexible than before. Dragging gait is improved than before. Balance control is improved with bigger stride and faster speed while walking. She was very pleased to see her significant improvement, and made a video to tell her treatment experience in Beijing Puhua International Hospital. We are looking forward to see her further improvement.