Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder with evolving layers of complexity. The cause of Parkinson’s disease remains unknown, but risk of developing Parkinson’s disease is no longer viewed as primarily due to environmental factors. Instead, Parkinson’s disease seems to result from a complicated interplay of genetic and environmental factors affecting numerous fundamental metabolic cellular processes. The complexity of Parkinson’s disease is accompanied by clinical challenges, including an inability to make a definitive diagnosis at the earliest stages of the disease and difficulties in the management of symptoms at later stages.
The treatment at our clinics is aimed to cure Parkinson’s disease which is a chronic, neurodegenerative and idiopathic condition. The principal objective of our treatment is to promote tissue regeneration and repair damage done because of the progressive nature of the disease. We achieve this with the tissue regeneration properties of stem cells in conjunction with the growth factors and the anti-inflammatory biomolecules of exosomes.
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.