American ALS Patient’s Progress Following Treatment

ALS patient Emma

Emma Miner

35 years old 


"Do it. Don’t wait."

Emma, a 35 year-old woman from America, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The diagnosis drove Emma and her husband on a search for a treatment that would slow down the progression of the disease and led to the discovery of Regenerative Treatment with Unique Access Medical. The couple are exceedingly pleased with their decision after Emma showed several significant improvements both in her speech and motor functions.

Emma’s Story

After Emma was diagnosed with ALS in her 30s, she and her husband set out on a search for medical assistance to treat her. Extensive research about how to slow down the progression of her condition led the couple to discovering Regenerative Treatment, an option which was not available in the United States. After further research they found Unique Access Medical and reached out to former patients who had achieved positive results following treatment.

Emma’s Treatment Experience

Emma received Cellular Therapy via both Lumbar Puncture and IV, Vitamins Therapy, Growth Hormones Shot, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Aqua Therapy, Acupuncture, and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) as a part of her Treatment Protocol.

“I have nothing bad to say. They were so wonderful.”

When we came here, the team was very knowledgeable, upbeat, very optimistic, very nice, and very caring. It wasn’t like you came here and they were trying to make things work for business, but they really cared about you.

What is Aqua Therapy?

Aquatic Therapy is one of the therapeutic intervention that is carried out in a pool. It is performed by a highly well-trained Physiotherapists, who carefully design a rehabilitation program for each patient with musculoskeletal and neurological diseases. With the unique properties of water, the patients’ body are fully supported and flexibility is fully enhanced. Generally, Aquatic Therapy works to improve stability, improvement, muscular strength and functions amongst the patients.

ALS patient Emma during an rTMS session

Emma during an rTMS session

Emma's Improvements Following Treatment

Regenerative Treatment has helped Emma in several ways. Her physical strength has improved as well as her fine motor skills. Following treatment, she noticed an immediate improvement in her ability to speak and found it much easier to do so. Not only did her voice become stronger but she could also speak more clearly as well. 

ALS Causes

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis causes infographic

Causes and risk factors associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Enhanced Quality of Life

Emma’s journey and battle against ALS with Regenerative Treatment has not only enhanced her quality of life but it has also given her and her husband a renewed sense of hope and enabled her to live more independently.

With improved muscular strength and fine motor skills, Emma can go on and strive towards even more improvements in the future. 

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