ALS Patient Josaine and Her Extraordinary ALS Treatment Experience

ALS patient Josaine

Josaine de Silva Sottana

38 years old 


"Do it! Do it, do not miss the chance… It is a new hope of a new beginning and a better life quality."

Josaine, a 38-year old ALS patient from Brazil, underwent Regenerative Treatment and saw significant improvements in her condition. In the video below, she shares her positive treatment experience for everyone to see. 

Josaine's Story

Josaine de Silva Sottana is a 38 year-old woman from Brazil who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Following her diagnosis, she started looking for a treatment that could help alleviate her symptoms and slow down the progression of the disease. From her research, she found out about Regenerative Treatment and the positive improvements that many patients had experienced from this kind of therapy. Following this, she travelled to Bangkok to undergo treatment after speaking to representatives at Unique Access Medical.

Josaine's Treatment Experience

Josaine received Regenerative Treatment, in combination with a rehabilitation programme, which included Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, and Aqua Therapy. She was extraordinarily impressed by the genuinely caring staff, who, she said, treated her with so much care. 

“I feel like home. I don’t want to leave.”

What is Aquatic Therapy?

Aquatic Therapy refers to a rehabilitation technique centred around aquatic bodyworks, aquatic exercise, and aquatic physiotherapy. The movements are carefully designed to improve stability and enhance muscle strength and functions for patients with musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

The unique properties of water will help support the patient’s body, enhance flexibility, and allow for different range of motion.

ALS patient working on parallel bars during her rehabilitation

Josaine working with parallel bars in one of her physiotherapy sessions

Josaine's Improvements Following Treatment

Following treatment, Josaine noted that she found it easier to walk. Prior to her treatment, she experienced constant exhaustion and found it difficult to walk. Her rehabilitation programme has also given her more strength in her fingers and improvements in her muscle strength.

ALS Causes

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis causes infographic

Causes and risk factors associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Living Life More Independently

Regenerative Treatment has proven to be effective in treating patients with ALS by slowing down the progression of the disease, as well as alleviating some of the symptoms that often prevent patients from living normal, independent lives.

As evident in Josaine’s case, regenerative treatment has be shown to offer a sense of hope to patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

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