Although there is currently no cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), there are treatment options available which can help to significantly slow down the progression of the disease. Below you will find stories of several ALS patients who have achieved great improvements in their condition following treatment.
The testimonials above show that there are options available for individuals who have been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Despite the fact that there is currently no cure for ALS, patients have achieved significant improvements in their condition and have effectively slowed down the progression of their disease. Regenerative treatment has proven time and time again to be particularly effective at increasing the quality of life, and overall life expectancy, of those diagnosed with ALS.
The symptoms associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis prevent those suffering from the disease from living a normal, independent life, therefore finding an effective treatment to alleviate these symptoms is of paramount importance to each patient. Supportive therapies such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy and aqua therapy have significantly assisted patients in regaining independence, which in turn also plays a crucial role in improving the individual's morale during and after treatment.
Research to develop and improve effective treatments for ALS continues, with the overall aim of one day finding a cure still being pursued.