Stem Cell treatment for Ankolysing Spondylitis

Ankylosing Spondylitis is a chronic inflammatory diseases involving mainly axial skeleton and also peripheral joints at anomitical level the diseases mainly starts with inflammation vertebral column which result into formation of inflammatory scars which finally fuse or calcify the vertebral column.
This is an extremely painful condition and further progression of diseases adds to gradual limitation of movements, increases in pain. Even performing daily activities becomes a hard & painful task for patient suffering from A.S. The further degeneration of diseases involves other vital organ like eyes, heart, and lungs.
Medical Science has not yet pointed as specific cause of Ankylosing Spondylitis till now. However HLA B27 is a gene has been associated with A.S nor have present day medical science provided any treatment for Ankylosing Spondylitis. However the good news is that we have a very promising and fully practically proven treatment is form of stem cell –“Future of Medicine” as we say. Stem cell after transplanting in body differentiates into immune cell and correct the immunity system not only this but also being characterised unique property of regeneration. They damaged the tissue. This treatment of MSC (mysylecamel stem cell) not only halts the progression of diseases but also reverse certain spine condition towards normal.
A thoroughly devised and also revised protocol from time to time has resulted into very effective treatment for A.S. This has given immune pleasure and satisfaction for team StemRx with guidance of Dr. Mahajan is playing role in reducing suffering and making Ankylosing Spondylitis patient’s life easy.AnkylosingSpondylitisstemrxjpg


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