Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder, and the leading cause of dementia in late adult life. Although the prevalence of dementia continues to increase worldwide, incidences have decreased in the western world resulting from better vascular care and improved brain health. Age-related, protective, and disease-promoting factors probably interact with the core mechanisms of the disease.
The treatment at our clinics is aimed to cure Alzheimer’s disease, which is a chronic, neurodegenerative and idiopathic condition. We achieve this by administrating a combination of stem cells and exosomes to promote neuronal survivability, stimulate neuronal stem cells and reduce brain inflammation.
Additional objectives of the treatment are focused in increasing the quality of life of our patients by improving general metabolic functions. This is done through a combination of therapies that increase the amount of cell oxygen intake, fulfill the body´s requirements of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and cleanse the blood-flow of calcium plaque, heavy metal buildup, oxidative stress and free radical levels.
Alzheimer’s Disease Protocol
The neuroprotective properties of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and MSCs exosomes inhibit neuroinflammation, increase neurogenesis, enhance neurite remodeling, increase cell proliferation and improve neurological function.
- Low dose mesenchymal stem cell IV infusion. One million stem cells per kilogram or less.
- 3 IV infusions of 5ml. Exosomes. Each IV infusion of 5 ml. exosomes is administered every 15 days depending on your attending physician instructions
- For severe symptoms, an additional intrathecal injection of 3ml. exosomes is performed by an anesthesiologist in an operating room
- 8 – 10 Ozone autohemotherapy sessions.
- 8 – 10 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies. (1.5 hours per session)
- 8 – 10 Myer’s cocktails
- 8 – 10 Chelation Therapies
- Stem Cell Booster Implant