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Stem Cell Treatment for Whole Body Atrophy

Stem Cell Treatment for Whole Body Atrophy

OVERVIEW

Name: Alhowity Mohammed Motlakh
Diagnosis: Whole body atrophy
D.O.B: 01 января 1985
Gender: Male
Country: Saudi Arabia

Treatment: Stem cell treatment, traditional Chinese medicine-TCM and rehabilitation therapy (physical therapy and occupational therapy)

HISTORY

Patient Alhowity Mohammed Motlakh was a 25 year when he was admitted to Puhua International Hospital due to “progressively body wide thinning for 19 years, accompanied with hoarse voice for 10 years and dyspnea for 2 years,” with a diagnosis of whole body atrophy.

Medical condition before Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Whole Body Atrophy

Before stem cell treatment for his body atrophy, Patient Alhowity Mohammed Motlakh was emaciated generally. His skin presented as generally dark. Dystrophy could be noted in his fat and muscles. Some blisters were noted in his palms and soles.

It was easy for him to get tired. He could not walk for long periods of time because his soles easily wore down.

Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Whole Body Atrophy

Injections of neural stem cells, self stem cell activation and proliferation therapy, TCM and rehabilitation therapy (physical therapy and occupational therapy).

Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Whole Body Atrophy

After Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for his whole body atrophy, Patient Alhowity Mohammed Motlakh felt condition is becoming better gradually.

Since SCT he began to feel more energetic, with less fatigue. Before SCT he would tire easily. Now, since SCT he was able to walk for much longer distances without obvious fatigue, nor obvious pain or shortness of breath. Difficulties swallowing food was significantly relieved compared with his condition prior to SCT.

Since Stem Cell Treatment, his face looks brighter, and his body is fuller than before. Besides his facial appearance, the color of his fingernail beds and toenail beds also began to improve. Most of the old blisters of his palms and soles were beginning to heal, without new water blisters occurring.

Patient Alhowity Mohammed Motlakh became much stronger to do the rehabilitation training, including the weight training exercises: he gained 2.5kilograms in weight during his hospitalization.

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