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Tremor Treatments, Best Parkinson’s Diet and More

Here is a short list of questions I answered during the program today on tremor treatments and more:

  • What are the best techniques to reverse Parkinson’s?
  • Are probiotics and prebiotics helpful?
  • What about juicing to remove heavy metals like lead?
  • How about taking mucuna for tremors?
  • Is there anything that will stop my tremors?
  • Where does one start when deciding to travel down the road to recovery?
  • What about taking lots of supplements to address the symptoms?
  • I am doing all of the therapies that people say will calm tremors but they continue to increase. Can you recommend a tremor treatment that will help?
  • Is  ketogenic diet useful to address Parkinson’s symptoms or are there other diets that are better? I am confused. There are so many opinions out there!

Additional Parkinsons Recovery Resources Discussed During the Program

The second Jump Start to Recovery Course convenes August 1st for 8 consecutive Tuesdays.
2017 Updated Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
Parkinsons Recovery Memberships: https://www.parkinsonsrecovery.com/parkinsons-recovery-membership
Treatments for Tremors
Seven Secrets to Healing

Bank Cord Blood for a Grandmother with Parkinson’s?

Is it advisable to bank cord blood from a grand child for a 65 year-old grandmother with Parkinson’s?

What an interesting question! Hear my comments to this question which was posed during of the Sunday Connections programs sponsored by Parkinsons Recovery.

Robert Rodgers, PhD.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
www.parkinsonsdisease.me


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Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s

What is your opinion on stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s Disease?

Robert Rodgers, PhD from Parkinsons Recovery and author of Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease offers his personal opinion about the adoption of stem cell therapy to treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s


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Stem Cell Therapy Versus BioAcoustics

Participants will be choosing from amazing set of 18 workshops at the Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Cincinnati June 21-24.  Since two workshops are always presented at the time time slots, participants have to make a series of choices.

To facilitate the choices, I am displaying the first two workshops that will be offered at the same time so all participants can evaluate in advance which workshop they would prefer to attend. The first choice pits stem cell therapy against BioAcoustics. It is a tough call, but life is always about making hard choices.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery Summit
http://www.summit.parkinsonsrecovery.com

10:00-11:30

Sharry Edwards
        Ohio
Kentucky
$15

 

 

 

          BioAcoustics

For the last year, Sharry
Edwards and Sound Health
Research Center in Ohio has
been evaluating persons
diagnosed with Parkinsons
Disease. The results show that
their protocols can influence
the reversal of symptoms.


10:00 – 11:30

Blanca Ramirez
Mexico
Kroger
          $15

        Stem Cell Therapy

Blanca Ramírez will discuss her
work using stem cell therapy
on persons with Parkinson’s.
She has found that stem cell
therapy can stop the progression of
the disease.

 

Stem Cell Treatment for Parkinsons

I am a 41 year old male with PD for 5 years now. I am still a stage I but have noticed some deterioration of my condition recently. I am seriously considering a stem cell treatment where adipose (fat tissue) stem cell will be extracted from my belly area, cultured and then re-injected back to me via a nasal spray and IV.

Can you tell me if  you know if any of your members or anyone following this website have had such a treatment and what results did they achieved, if any?

Darek

Response:

I have not received any input on this particular stem cell therapy. How about it out there? Please comment if you have had a personal experience with this particular stem cell therapy. It certainly sounds interesting to me!

There is a video here on the blog on a different form of stem cell therapy which was explained by Dr. Blanca Rameriz at the 2011 Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Vancouver. I have posted that video here on the blog. Look below to see it.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Pioneers of Recovery
http://www.pioneersofrecovery.com

Stem Cell Therapy

The following interview of Blanca, Rameriz, Ph.D., was taped at the Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Vancouver, Washington on March 8, 2011. Dr. Rameriz  previews of the therapeutic approach she is taking with stem cell therapy that she uses in Mexico for individuals who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson’s.

Robert

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Is There Any Hope After the Medicines Stop Working?

My friend’s husband is 53 and has been living with Parkinsons for 12 years.  The medicine does not seem to work anymore. He now shakes the whole day where as before it was only once the medicine wore of.  

Is there any treatment that he can go for that will help him to live a normal life again?

Have you had any feedback on stem cell replacement therapy?

Regards:

Annelie

Response:

You just happened to send in your question at the perfect time for a full and complete response. Yes – there are many, many therapeutic possibilities that your friend’s husband could find that would be helpful now that the medicines are have stopped working.

Most people are familiar with the approach used in the specialty of western medicine. Help offered by prescription medicines has been useful to your friend’s husband for over a decade, but is now no longer working for him. He can celebrate the many years of relief he obtained from the medicines he has taken thanks to western medicine. Some people discover that the prescription medicines are only helpful for 2-3 years at best.

Now what? The good news is that the treatments offered by western medicine in the form of medicines and surgeries are only one among dozens of other treatment options and approaches. Recovery really hinges on broadening the perspective on recovery options and being willing to consider other treatment modalities.

Western medicine has been in existence for about 100 years. Many of the other specialties that offer profound relief to persons with Parkinson’s have been around for thousands of years and and proved true to the test of time.

You are likely wondering why the timing if your question is so perfect? I just released the new edition of Pioneers of Recovery which reports to stories of 11 amazing individuals who reversed their own symptoms.

I posted clips on the Pioneers of Recovery website from my radio shows of the 11 pioneers. You might suggest to your friend that she encourage her husband to listen to all 11 clips.  Pioneers are inspiring thousands of people to hop onto the road to recovery.

Visit the following website to hear the clips that will inspire anyone who currently experiences the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease:


http://www.pioneersofrecovery.com

Yes, stem cell therapy is one among many other options. I have posted a video here on the blog by Dr. Blanca Ramirez, Ph.D. who has had success using this therapy for people with Parkinson’s. Click on the “stem cell implants” category to the right of the page to bring up the video of her discussing stem cell therapy as an option. The video was posted on April 11, 2011.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
www.parkinsonsdisease.me

Stem Cell Therapy Recommendations

I have all the symptoms of Parkinson’s.  I’m researching the different types of stem cells.  Which have been proven to be the best without side effects? Also, there are so many prices.  What is a fair price and where is the absolute best place to go.

Thank you.

Betty

Response:

Stem cell therapy is a relatively new development in an exciting field that is rapidly emerging. Dr. Blanca Rameriz, Ph.D., from Mexico, is an expert on stem cell therapy who attended the Parkinsons Recovery Summit in March. You can find valuable information about stem cell therapy by watching a video I took of her presentation that is posted here on the blog April 6, 2011. You will also find an article by her that I posted March 11, 2011. For more information, I encourage you to contact her directly.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
http://www.parkinsonsdisease.me

Stem Cell Therapy in Parkinsons Disease

CELL THERAPY IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE
Blanca Elena Ramírez C. Ph. D

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects movement, muscle control and balance as well as numerous other functions, which occurs for the progressive death of dopaminergic neurons of the substantia nigra of the brain.

The main consequence of this neuronal loss is a decrease in cerebral availability of dopamine in the caudate nucleus and putamen, where dopaminergic neurons projecting from the black susbstancia, leading to a dysfunction in the regulation of key brain structures involved in motion control basal ganglia.

The origin of this disease is multifactorial and is mainly due to four mechanisms:

  • Oxidative stress
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Exposure to environmental toxins
  • Accelerated aging

Parkinson’s disease is not a single disease, but it is multifactorial, and that hereditary risk factors and modifiable factors, such as the environment, pesticides, head injuries and snuff consumption.

Its histological feature is the presence of Lewy bodies in the substantia nigra along with a loss of dopaminergic neurons in excess of 80%, however the first symptoms appear when there is loss of half of the neurons in the substantia nigra.

The most effective medical treatment is oral administration of levodopa (L-3, 4 dihydroxyphenylalanine), a precursor that is converted into the catecholamine dopamine in the brain due to the dopaminergic nueronas Nitrergic that still survive in the substantia nigra.

Unlike dopamine, which does not cross the blood brain barrier, levodopa enters the basal ganglia, which is taken up by cells with the carrier for the neurotransmitter and once decarboxylated to dopamine, it becomes a neurotransmitter.

The levodopa induces a dramatic improvement and is especially effective when administered with carbidopa, which enhances its effectiveness in treating akinesia (loss of movement) and rigidity in early and intermediate stages of Parkinson’s disease, but long-term complications appear such as dyskinesias (involuntary movements) and on-off episodes, and the drug is not effective in advanced stages of the disease, because there are no dopaminergic neurons that convert levodopa into dopamine.

Neurogenesis declines with age and correlates with the appearance of neurodegenerative diseases, and there is no way to recover lost neurons except the stem cell therapy.

The stem cells are undifferentiated cells capable of self-renewal and transformation into different specialized cell types. They can be obtained from various sources.  The stem cells under certain conditions are able to self-renew for long periods and can remain in a pluripotent state until they receive a signal, in response to which they give rise to cells that are specialized.

The aim of cell therapy is to replace cells that have degenerated by other cells  that can fill their role. The generation of new cells in the adult central nervous system is now not only one of the most important discoveries, but a path to prevention and treatment. Until just two decades ago, it was thought to be impossible to regenerate neurons. We have found that stem cells have the ability to regenerate missing neurons and repair damaged ones.

The cell lines that have successfully used adult stem cells for the treatment of Parkinsons disease are derived from an ectoderm lineage. This treatment is available in Puerto Vallarta Mexico, approved  by the International Society of cell therapy with stem cells and regenerative medicine and anti-aging, and by the Medical Center of regenerative cell therapy and anti-aging medicine. This treatment is safe and effective, and because it has no side effects and does not generate rejection.

This treatment is based on the application of allogeneic stem cells in addition to other  substances that induce neuronal growth. Each  treatment involves the application of 5 intravenous injections at intervals of 4 to 7 days. Depending on each case, several cycles of 5 applications may be necessary, either continuous or intermittent, where you can leave a period of several months between them. Each injection is done on an outpatient basis without hospitalization.

The first treatment suggested the ectoderm lineage. The following treatments may be used from any one of three lineages: endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm.

In Puerto Vallarta this treatment is offered with a custom-made approach after clinical assessment by a multidisciplinary team of professionals in the field.

References:

1.        Sánchez-González DJ, Trejo-Bahena NI. Biología Celular y Molecular. Editorial Alfil-Gale eBook; Canadá, 2008. eISBN 13: 9789689338666. ISBN 10: 9689338668. print ISBN: 9781414406879.
2.        González-López GM, Sánchez-González DJ, Sosa-Luna CA. Terapia Celular con Células Madre y Medicina Regenerativa. Editorial Alfil; México Distrito Federal, 2009.
3.        Aguilera P, Chánez-Cárdenas ME, Floriano-Sánchez E, Barrera D, Santamaría A, Sánchez-González DJ, Pérez-Severiano F, Pedraza-Chaverrí J, Jiménez PD. Time-related changes in constitutive and inducible nitric oxide synthases in the rat striatum in a model of Huntington’s disease. Neurotoxicology 2007; 28 (6):1200-1207.
4.        González López GM, Sosa-Luna CA, Juárez-Maldonado JL, Trejo-Bahena NI, Núñez-Sánchez M, Sánchez-González DJ. Terapia celular y aplicación de células madre en la enfermedad de Parkinson (Revisión). Neurol Neurocir Psiquiat 2007; 40 (3): 80-91. ISSN: 028-3851
5.        González-López GM, Sánchez-González  DJ, Trejo-Bahena NI, Núñez-Sánchez M, Sosa-Luna CA.  La terapia celular en la práctica médica (Revisión). Rev Sanid Milit 2009; 63 (2): 74-83. ISSN 0301-696X 1991
6.        Sánchez-González  DJ. Terapia Celular con Células Madre. Col Nal Med Mil 2009; 1 (6): 24-25.

Blanca Elena Ramírez C. Ph. D, General Physician, diploma in haematology, diploma in emergency medical surgical by UNAM, and especialized studies in cell therapy.

drablancae@yahoo.com.mx
Doctor Office: Street Francia #203, Colonia Versalles, Puerto Vallarta Jalisco, Mexico.
Phone office: 3222936699
Cellular phone  3221286112

Stem Cell Research and Parkinson’s Disease

Below is a letter that Terry Shapiro has forwarded to her senator today.  Terry urges everyone with the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease to contact their representative about this important policy issue regarding stem cell research.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery
www.parkinsonsrecovery.com

September 2, 2010

Dear Senator Boxer

As a member of the Parkinson’s community, I am looking to you to ensure that federal funding is restored for embryonic stem cell research (ESCR).

It is imperative to restore federal funding for this promising research. ESCR holds the potential of delivering better treatments and possibly cures for diseases like Parkinson’s. Researchers should not have to terminate research projects midstream, invalidate results in process, and impede or negate years of scientific progress.

Are you going to make embryonic stem cell research legislation a priority this fall so that this potential life-saving research can continue? I hope that you will join with the majority of  Americans who support this promising research.

I look forwarding to hearing from you regarding your support for ESCR.

Sincerely,

Terry Shapiro