From her thoughts on her stem cell treatment to the members of the clinical staff, Pamela discusses her stay at the hospital.
Ataxia refers to a lack of muscle coordination when a voluntary movement is made. Patients diagnosed with ataxia have trouble with coordination because parts of their nervous system that control movement and balance are affected. Ataxia often affects, in various patients, the fingers, arms, hands, legs, speech and eye movements.
A friend suggested that she look into what Stem Cells could do for her. She took the advice onboard and, with the help of her husband, researched treatments online.
Pamela contacted Global Stem Cells, and after a consultation and medical evaluation, she made her way to Bangkok on a journey to improve her quality of life and health.
Pamela noticed some significant improvement in just a fortnight. Her speech had improved greatly, she was able to stand up from chairs without relying on a crutch and she had more confidence when walking.
I am practicing my speech skills with Nicky, the occupational therapist. My husband believes that my speech has improved – I’m now speaking faster and clearer. Pamela, during treatment
Her outlook on life had also transformed considerably. Aged, 67, she no longer felt as depressed as she did before receiving her Regenerative Treatment.
Now I can stand up from the chair without holding the bar in front of me. Before I couldn’t do that. I’m happy with my progress. Pamela, during treatment
When asked to comment on her general experience during and after receiving treatment in Bangkok, with a smile, Pamela said,
Without a doubt, life is getting better.
The treatment I have received, the encouragement I have had has been absolutely wonderful and I could do nothing but recommend anyone to give this a go. It really is worth it. Pamela, Ataxia, Australia