Pamela, 67, was diagnosed with Ataxia when in Australia, where she and her husband both come from.
They came to us in the search of a treatment that would improve the harsh conditions to which she is subjected, due to the symptoms of her illness.
After discussing with a close friend who had received other treatments in Thailand and conducting some online research, they decided to enquire with us. This was in the hopes that the level of treatment and medical care at the facilities in Bangkok would provide the solutions they had been looking for. They are now sure they made the right decision and they’ve decided to share their experience with those who might be in a similar situation.
A lot of people commented on how much her speech and her walk have improved since she had the treatment. Prior to the treatment, Pamela could barely stand from a chair, now she can do that with the help of a walker. She also no longer feels depressed, which is something many patients note after receiving the treatment. Summarising her treatment experience, Pamela said, “Without a doubt, life is getting better.”
Ataxia is a neurological disorder consisting of a lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements; this includes gait abnormality.
Just like Pamela says, every step of the way, during treatment at the facilities in Bangkok, is structured to help with our patients’ recovery. The occupational and aqua therapies as well as rTMS and a balanced diet, are designed to help make a huge difference when it comes to improving our patients’ quality of life.
At a personal level, Pamela felt that the team in the hospital were empathetic towards her, especially considering the fact that she was feeling very depressed when she first arrived in Bangkok. She also points out that the doctors and specialists were of great help throughout her rehabilitation.
The Regenerative Treatments not only improve the patients’ condition in the short term but have also been proven to prolong their life time.
Pamela and her husband are very happy with the improvements they’ve seen so far and they are confident that the stem cells will keep doing their job, which means more improvements, as per what the doctors foresaw.