Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is a neurodegenerative disease characterised by its progressive nature. ALS affects nerve cells within the Spinal Cord and the brain, resulting in the damage of the upper and lower motor neurons and weakening of the muscles. Some of the early symptoms of the disease include cramps, twitching muscles, lumb and joint weakness, as well as speech and swallowing difficulty. The cause of ALS remains unknown, and cure undeveloped.
The currently available treatment for ALS is aimed to alleviate some of the symptoms and discomfort the patients might be feeling and allow them to live more independent lives. Regenerative Treatment, for instance, is an effective approach to slowing down the progression of the disease.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a neurological disease which impacts motor neurons that are involved in muscle movement throughout the body.