July 9th, 2010
My name is Ray Burrill. I am 58 and was diagnosed with MS in 2008.
“…I notice showering, dressing, cutting nails and buttoning shirts are easier.”
I had been having walking problems, weakness with my left leg and foot and diminished fine motor skill in my left hand. I noticed a slight left foot drop and weakness in my left leg early in 2000. Being male, I did not admit that I had a problem. In late 2006, I decided that I had to do something about my walking problem and tried different spinal manipulation, acupuncture and chiropractic. Nothing worked and finally I went to the doctor. After 2.5 years, I was finally diagnosed with M.S. At the end of 2008, I was really struggling to walk and continue working, also losing my balance and falling over on a regular basis. In May 2009 I could no longer work.
My continued internet research paid off when I discovered adult stem cell therapy.I applied immediately by filling out the online medical application. Issam Errahmaoui, the Area Manager for Australia and New Zealand, contacted me and assisted me with necessary requirements to get my appointment at the clinic. The relief of being accepted was overwhelming as I had searched for so long for something that could help me; as the doctors offered nothing.
Issam worked hard to make sure that I was at the clinic at the time that was available to me.
On the 10th May, 2010 the first part of the procedure was done. Bone marrow was taken from my hip, a little uncomfortable but not really painful. The clinic staff were very professional and friendly which made me feel relaxed and confident. On the 12th May, 2010 I had the transplant and I could not believe how simple the procedure was.
Within a week, I noticed my fine motor skills in my left hand had improved also I was able to lift my left foot easier. Over the next 2 months, I was able to walk up to 4 km a day without the fatigue that I used to experience after only walking a short distance.
My balance has improved and I am walking straighter without my leg kicking out to the side. I notice showering, dressing, cutting nails and buttoning shirts are easier.
They sound insignificant, but when you have struggled for years, any improvement is welcome. I am looking forward to more improvements as time goes by.
I would not hesitate recommending the Cells4health as a way to help with MS and other neurological disorders.*