Stem Cell Therapy for Lyme Disease, is it safe?
Lyme Disease is an illness transmitted by a bite of a tick. When the tick latches on to the skin it releases the bacteria (Borrelia burgdorferi, Borrelia afzelii, or Borrelia garinii) infecting the host. It can affect both animals and humans, and the symptoms present themselves in a slow and gradual manner. If left untreated, Lyme Disease can compromise movement to the point of being unable to walk. There is no cure for Lyme disease.
The first sign to look out for Lyme Disease is a swollen, tender and red ring area where the tick has bitten. Sometimes the tick can still be attached to the skin. Over the next few days, the ring of redness can expand, it’s not painful or itchy but some people present fever, chills, headaches, muscle and joint pain and swollen lymph nodes.
The second sign of Lyme Disease can present in skin inflammation in other body areas, pain in large joints, palsy on part of the face or the entire face. Some patients develop meningitis, causing headaches and neck pain.
Later signs can affect the patient to a great level, physical symptoms can compromise movement and can present random arthritis attacks, joint swelling and pain, neurological symptoms can present as shooting pains, numbness, and tingles on the extremities, short-term memory, trouble with cognition, vision, sensation, and fatigue.
People with Lyme Disease are usually given antibiotics which can have severe side effects while trying to attend the painful symptoms without being fully effective.
Can stem cells cure Lyme Disease?
Stem cell therapy can help ease the symptoms of Lyme disease in a more effective way since stem cells have a natural disposition to regenerate lost tissue and cells and have no severe side effects helping the swelling and pain caused by Lyme disease.
Stem cell therapy for lyme disease helps the swelling in the joints of the major joints such as the knees, shoulders, hips, and ankles or elbows. If the patient has developed arthritis GIOSTAR's Stem Cell Therapy can help repopulate the damaged parts of the joints, through the cells' strong paracrine effects and differentiate into lost or damaged cells of the cartilage, bones and muscles and create new blood vessels to improve the supply of blood or help in production of supporting cells to improve the function of the vascular system helping ease the pain. For the neurological symptoms, stem cell therapy can help meningitis and palsy through the regeneration of brain cells.
Why isn’t stem cell therapy a miracle drug?
We want to clarify something which is really important if you’re considering stem cell therapy: stem cell therapy is NOT a miracle drug. It’s a natural option for people suffering from Lyme disease to improve their quality of life. There are no chemicals or drugs in GIOSTAR’s stem cells, they are clean, healthy stem cells enhanced to do a specific job.
Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico
In the U.S. the FDA only approves certain types of stem cell therapies while also only approving certain kinds of processes the stem cells can go through. In the U.S. it's only approved to do a kinda “in and out” type of procedure. Where they extract the stem cells from your own body and relocate them into another area without being able to check if most of the stem cells are the ones needed to attend the specific disease or area.
This is not the case for stem cell therapy in Mexico. Stem cell therapy in Mexico is approved and regulated to a high-quality standard, making it able to manipulate the stem cells.
In GIOSTAR we take out the stem cells, clean them to make sure we only use live stem cells, cultivate them, reproduce them, assign them a function which will enhance the stem cells to attend the specific disease or damaged area.
What can you expect from Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy can help the patient improve their quality of life by regenerating lost tissue or/and cells, slowing down the deterioration or stopping the disease. This is very important since the nature of a degenerative disease is to damage the organs or tissue to the point where they’re no longer functional. So, to stop or slow down a degeneration actually means more GOOD years for the patient than bad.
To find out if you’re a candidate for stem cell therapy, CLICK HERE.
Start your free evaluation today.