My Stem Cell Treatment
nsmeh

Tempe, AZ

#1 Jul 29, 2013
On May 23rd I was fortunate enough to undergo a stem cell treatment with Dr. Todd Malan in Scottsdale Arizona. The best way to describe my experience is-

A miracle has happened!

When I heard about Dr. Malan’s approved study utilizing my bodies own fat derived stem cells I was excited but also skeptical. I had previously undergone 2 stem cell treatments with Dr. Raider in Tijuana in March 2010 and April 2011. Those treatments used cord blood stem cells. Unfortunately those treatments had no lasting benefits.
Dr. Malan was the first doctor in the US to be involved in fat derived stem cell therapy studies for his plastic surgery patients. His experience gave me the confidence to try this new treatment despite no guarantees. I was one of the first patients enrolled in his new study in which my fat cells were harvested, the stem cells extracted, and then re-injected. The procedure itself was not painless but the pain was very brief and tolerable.

I have kept a journal of my status before and following the procedure in an effort to assist in the efforts of the study and to understand the changes I was experiencing.
In summary, this therapy has far exceeded my expectations. I am walking with minimal assistance, driving, speaking more clearly and functioning far better thanks to this treatment. I hope my experience will help assist others to find reputable doctors like Dr. Malan who are performing cutting edge research in an effort to assist patient with Parkinson’s.

My wife and I thank Dr. Malan from the bottom of our hearts for restoring me.

May 2013 (One week before treatment): Using walker and electric scooter. Often dizzy and off balance when taking small steps. Difficulty in speech and conversation. Difficulty reading and very forgetful.

May 23rd, 2013: Underwent stem cell treatment at Innovative Cosmetic Surgery Center in Scottsdale AZ with Dr. Todd Malan. The procedure lasted 2 hours. I was very tired and dehydrated after the procedure.

May 24th: I arrived back home still very tired. Could not walk and spent the next 2 days mainly in bed.

May 26th: A Miracle has occurred! I walked today without the use of canes, walkers, or electric cart and was able to attend church.

May 27th: Walking and speech continue to improve.

May 28th: Doing light chores around house without a cane. This has not been possible for years.

June 6th: I was able to drive to the office and the grocery store. I have not done that for quite some time. I walked without my cane. My voice came back stronger, I was able to talk more clearly.

June 8th: Margret took me grocery shopping without a cane. Arrived back home exhausted.

June 9th – The increase in the number of tablets per day does not increase the benefits seen last week. Went back to smaller doses. Stayed home from Church.

June 10 – Slept better last night, walking better today.

July 13th - The stem cells continue to improve. I have added Church attendance to my schedule, I’m going once a week, which I haven’t been able to do for a long time. I do this without using a cane. I also do my own laundry. I do get tired during the day, but I hope that I will get better. My voice is still week but improved. I am reading aloud which is helping a little. Among other symptoms were the inability to read. After one stem cell treatment at Dr Malans clinic my reading ability was restored almost 100%.
Medicine taken during the last month: Levo for Parkinson, one tablet morning and one in the evening.

Since: Jul 13

Delhi, India

#2 Jul 29, 2013
This is really great news that you have shown marked improvement after the stem cell treatment. God Bless! Would like to know more about your progress, so keep posting and help people get inspired to go for stem cell treatments.

Since: Jul 13

Tempe, AZ

#3 Jul 30, 2013
Thank you I will

Since: Jan 13

Philippines

#4 Oct 2, 2013
Nice. It seems that stem cell treatment really helps to heal people. More power to you and hoping for your fast recovery.
john uk

Chesterfield, UK

#5 Oct 9, 2013
your story sir is so reassuring, with all the lies
posted on the internet promising every cure. I hope you are continuing in improvement of your condition.
would you still recommend the treatment of dr malan. I have pls and will seriously consider contacting him to ask his help.
good luck to you in your recovery.
thank you
john
u k
Anna

London, UK

#6 Nov 15, 2013
Hi, I am a student at college and am doing a project about stem cell research.

Could you please find the time to complete my survey, I would really appreciate it!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZSWYSZ2
youssef

Casablanca, Morocco

#7 Dec 16, 2013
can i have your email i want ask you about something please

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#8 Dec 19, 2013
Hi! I am very happy to hear. However, I don't understand what is the condition you took the treatment for. Can you please let me know?

Since: Mar 16

United States

#11 Mar 5, 2016
When I developed constant pain that was impacting my sleep, I decided to visit a surgeon and a sports medicine physician. The resulting diagnosis was a loss of cartilage and arthritis. I was told that nothing could be done short of shoulder replacement surgery. I was subsequently told by an acupuncturist that, while he could help relieve some of the pain, I would no longer be able to use my shoulder in a strenuous way. Since retiring five years earlier, my life had been centered around physical activities; High school track coach, football referee, but most importantly to me,“I compete at the national level in US Masters Track and Field throwing the hammer and the weight”.
Training for competition requires heavy power weight lifting. I reports that a year ago, things had gotten so bad with my shoulder that “I could not even grip the bar”. That’s when I found Dr. Regan Archibald

Dr. Archibald diagnosed not only the arthritis and cartilage loss that other doctors had observed but also a slight tear. I received stem cell therapy on his shoulder from Dr. Regan Archibald just about a year ago.
JDS

Agoura Hills, CA

#12 Apr 12, 2016
My journey using stem cells began about ten years ago when my husband was diagnosed with asbestosis. At that time the doctors gave him six months to live. To my amazement, and because of the stem cells my husband was able to live a full life for another four years. This was truly remarkable. During my visits to Stem Cell of America’s clinic I have seen many people who have greatly improved or even been symptom free by these treatments.

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