What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition in which the body begins to attack its own myelin sheath. The myelin sheath covers and protects the neurons in the brain, but it is also a vital part of neural function. The sheath is an electrical insulator, making electrical signals passed through neurons a much faster process. When the myelin sheath is damaged or destroyed, this can severely slow the process of transmitting information. As a result, MS patients suffer a host of different symptoms, including numbness, mobility problems, fatigue, and much more.
Can stem cells help treat multiple sclerosis?
Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for MS. Medications exist that can try to slow the process or help manage symptoms by blocking immune responses, but nothing specifically targets the strange autoimmune reaction to the myelin sheath. While these medications are helpful and provide relief and time for people struggling with MS, it is unable to fix the damaged neurons or reverse the condition. Stem cell treatment for MS is a new form of regenerative medicine that has the potential to slow and in some ways reverse the progression.
We use mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which help the body regulate the immune system and may be able to help the body stop the immune system from attacking the myelin sheath. Mesenchymal stem cells may also potentially help remyelination (the regeneration of the myelin sheath) in the neurons. Many studies are currently being done on the efficacy of MSCs for MS, including the University of Cambridge. Through treatment with umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSCs) we have witnessed many of our patients see and experience improvements. As more studies are released, we look forward to seeing many more MS patients improve.
Beike treatment protocol: Stem Cell Treatment+
Beike is unlike any other stem cell treatment provider in the world, the reason? Since 2005, we have been developing and optimizing our stem cell treatment protocols with the concept that stimulation through various therapies is necessary to enhance stem cell regenerative response. Our approach allows our patient to maximize their improvements. Select any of our therapies to find out more and watch our videos to get the live experience.
Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT)
FMT stands for Fecal Microbiota Transplant (also known as Human Microbiota Transplant, or HMT), which is defined by the taking of gut bacteria from a healthy donor and reintroducing it into a patient, allowing the patient’s gut to repopulate with healthy bacteria that it might have lost. This re-population thereby destroys overpowering bacteria (such as clostridium difficile (C. diff)) and brings other bacteria back to a normal level. The gut-brain connection has shown a correlation between this dysbiosis (unbalanced gut flora/microbiome) and gastrointestinal illness, neurological disease, and other conditions. The purpose of the HMT is to bring back that balance in a sick person by introducing a healthy ecosystem once again.read more
Acupuncture is a technique in which practitioners stimulate specific points on the body – most often by inserting thin needles through the skin. It is one of the most effective practices used in traditional Chinese medicine. Acupuncture stimulates nerve fibers to transmit signals to the spinal cord and brain, activating … read moreread more
Aquatic Physical Therapy is the practice of physical therapy in a specifically designed water pool with a therapist. The unique properties of the aquatic environment enhance interventions for patients with neurological or musculoskeletal conditions. Aquatic therapy includes a wide range of techniques allowing patients to improve their balance, muscle strength … read moreread more
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is the medical use of oxygen at a level higher than atmospheric pressure. The equipment required consists of pressure chamber, which may be of rigid or flexible construction, and a means of delivering 100% oxygen into the respiratory system. Published research shows that HBOT increases the … read moreread more
Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) is a therapeutic approach to treat medical conditions and their associated symptoms via the use of a specifically tailored diet devised and monitored by a specialist. The therapy aims at fixing nutritional deficiencies and physiological imbalances in order to provide the best environment possible for the … read moreread more
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Research has shown that TMS can effectively treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, neurological pain, stroke, spinal cord injuries, autism and more. This procedure is very simple and noninvasive. During the procedure, a magnetic field generator or “coil” is placed near the head of the person receiving the treatment. The coil … read moreread more
Occupational therapy interventions focus on adapting the environment, modifying the task and teaching the skill, in order to increase participation in and performance of daily activities, particularly those that are meaningful to the patient with physical, mental, or cognitive disorders. Our Occupational Therapists also focus much of their work on … read moreread more
Physical therapy or physiotherapy (often abbreviated to PT) is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty that, by using mechanical force and movements, remediates impairments and promotes mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, and physical intervention. We combine our PT with stem cells for maximum physical rehabilitation … read moreread more
Nerve Growth Factor (NGF)
Nerve growth factor (NGF) is a member of the neurotrophic factor (neurotrophin, NTFS) family, which can prevent the death of nerve cells and has many features of typical neurotransmitter molecules. NGF plays an important role in the development and growth of nerve cells. NGF is synthesized and secreted by tissues … read moreread more
About our Stem Cells
Different types of stem cells for different needs
Beike provides stem cells from two separate sources: umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord tissue. Umbilical cord related samples are donated by healthy mothers after normal birth and are sent to Beike Biotech's laboratories for processing. After reviewing the patient’s full medical information, our doctors will recommend which source of stem cells should be used for treatment. Our treatment protocols may include one or multiple types of stem cell in combination depending on each patient's specific condition.
Stem cell quality ensured
Beike Biotech is processing its own adult stem cells in its internationally accredited laboratories. The company has full control over the processing and quality control of all stem cell products, ensuring perfect safety and highest quality.
The intravenous injection (IV) can be defined as the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. IVs allow healthcare professionals to administer fluids, blood products, and medications directly into a patient’s bloodstream via a small tube. This allows rapid absorption and precise control over the dosage of the substance administered, which is vital for a variety of medical procedures. As stem cells can be taken by the circulatory system to every part of the body, they will migrate to the site of injury or disease.more
The Intrathecal Administration consist of an injection made into the spinal canal in order to access the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and by extension, the central nervous system. This type of administration allows to deliver the stem cells to the brain and spinal cord in an easier and more effective way.
Prior injection, a lumbar puncture (LP) is performed in the first place in order to extract a little quantity of CSF and replace it by the stem cells.more
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Below are video interviews recorded during treatment with Beike stem cells. The families showcased in these videos talk about their personal stories and their experience of the treatment including the improvement noticed. The improvements mentioned in these videos are typical, however it does not guarantee that all patients may have the same improvements.