Treating Lyme disease with stem cells
The bacterium Borrelia Burgdorferi from an infected tick is believed to be the main cause of Lyme Disease.
Individuals affected by "chronic Lyme Disease" or "Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome" are facing three main concerns:
- A chronic infection very likely due to either cystic encapsulation of the initial pathogen or its growth in the form of biofilms, which cannot be treated with conventional antibiotic therapy.
- An accumulation of toxins due to a compromised immune system and the regular use of oral antibiotics and/or intravenous antibiotics, antidepressants, and other drugs.
- Slow degradation of physical function leading to arthritis, heart problems, and neurological problems affecting the brain and the nervous system. Common symptoms of the disease can persist for months or years after regular antibiotic treatment. They may include muscle aches, joint pain, nerve pain, neurological symptoms and chronic fatigue syndrome. Approximately 10 to 20 percent of people who are treated with the recommended antibiotics will have disease symptoms that persist after they complete treatment according to the New England Journal of Medicine. For this reason, many people with this tick-borne disease seek alternative therapies.
Regenerative stem cell therapy for Lyme disease
A safe and effective way to help restore the health and quality of life of those with Lyme disease is to address the three aspects of the disease in parallel. Natural antibiotic therapies and detoxification protocols are used in conjunction with regenerative medicine in the form of pluripotent stem cell therapy.
Lyme disease Treatment Plan
Stemaid programs are 2-5 weeks in length, depending on your condition and severity of your symptoms. Every candidate for stem cell therapy receives a customized plan to help achieve the highest success rate, however, a "typical" plan for the treatment of patients with this condition might include the following over 4 weeks.
24 Stem cell IV’s
24 Day ant-bacterial treatment
Peptides & Nutraceuticals
Benefits of stem cell therapy for Lyme disease patients
Because we utilize a stem cell type that is cultured in our laboratory, rather than using mesenchymal stem cells (adult stem cells) coming from the patient's bone marrow or adipose tissue, we completely avoid the potential risks associated with invasive cell-removal procedures.
Pluripotent stem cell injections are a safe treatment that have the immediate effect of strengthening the immune system. Considerable improvement is also observed in the joint inflammation within four weeks of the treatment. Patients may also experience improvement in energy levels, strength, motivation, and balance during that period of time.
The first benefit from the stem cell treatment is an improvement in immune deficiencies - an increased capacity of the body to defend itself from the pathogen invasion.
The second level of improvement in patients is usually observed after a minimum of 3 injections when the different organs that have been damaged by the disease start to show signs of repair. Pluripotent stem cells are especially efficient at reversing brain neurological problems.
Lyme disease patients on anti-depressants were able to cease taking them when entering the 4th week after the treatment. Some showed improvements a little later but most patients show remarkable improvement in symptoms of the neurological kind.
Clinical improvement is also observed in the joint inflammation, reducing chronic pain within 4 weeks of the treatment.