Enhanced Neuro Stem Cell Therapy for ALS Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

UPDATED January 19, 2019 – ALS is short for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and is a terminal illness. Clinical trials and previous research in medical journals have shown that the typical life expectancy after diagnosis is three to approximately six years. The actual cause of ALS and Motor Neuron Disease varies from patient to patient, however it’s widely believed that the underlying issue for a majority of patients can be traced to the dysfunction or misregulation of a vital neuroprotein known as TDP-43.(24995608)

ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease is a very aggressive neurological-degenerative disease that impacts the nerve cells within the brain and the spinal cord. In particular ALS refers to the degeneration of the motor neurons that reach out from the brain towards the spinal cord and then towards the muscles. ALS will cause the motor neurons to eventually die and with it the capability of the brain to instigate and manage the voluntary muscle movements similar to Parkinson’s Disease and MS. This will eventually result in total paralyzation for the patient during the late stage of the illness.(1940701)

Common symptoms for patients suffering from ALS patients include:

  • Stiff finger joints
  • Uneven fine motor skills
  • Weakness in hands due to muscle atrophy
  • Problems with keeping head up
  • Problems keeping good posture
  • Weak muscles in feet, ankle or legs
  • Sensory neuropathy
  • Slurring of words during speech or trouble swallowing
  • Frequent muscle cramps
  • Random twitching of tongue, arms or shoulders
  • Trouble with respiratory system and breathing normally

 Breakthrough ALS with Stem Cell Therapy


The Regeneration Center offers a very safe and effective functional medical treatment plans for complex neurodegenerative conditions such as MND & ALS along with other treatments for Brain Injuries , strokes and Alzheimer’s all essentially focuses on stopping the spread and reduction of signs and symptoms of the illness. Brain Stem cells seek to slow down and reverse the consequences of ALS and restore the quality of life for the patient.(26558293)

Please Note That Not All Patients Qualify for Treatment of Degenerative Neurological conditions such as ALS. Patients with late stage, severe underlying conditions or travel restrictions may not qualify for the 2-3 week treatment protocol.

Our ALS treatment Requires 2-3 Weeks in Bangkok  and is split up into 3 Stages:

  • Stem cell collection ( Not Required For Allogeneic Transplants)
  • Stem cell testing, processing and expansion/culturing
  • Neural stem cell replacement transplants

Cell Collection

Due to the nature of the progressive neurodegenerative disease, Autologous stem cell therapy (cells from the patient fat,blood or bone marrow) are not recommended. Our center does not also use Embryonic stem cells or stem cells derived from animals ie “Live Cells”. Our therapy uses only Human Neural Stem Cells that are isolated and expanded into glial restricted progenitors cells (GRP), oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs), astrocytes and neurons.


 Cell Expansion with Neural Growth Factors

After collection the stem cells are concentrated then isolated to measure the overall quantity and quality of the collected stem cells. Only certain types of  activated stem cells have the capability to transform into the necessary types of cells. These activated stem cells are capable of regenerating damaged tissues such as the myelin sheath for the treatment of ALS and spinal muscular atrophy.(24613827)

Cell Infusion Stage

The day after expansion of the enriched Dentachymal and Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC+) they are re-implanted into the patient through basically one of two methods. IV Drip or direct injection. For severe cases or patients with idiopathic conditions direct lumbar injections may be required. Direct injections into the spinal vertebra (in between L4 and L5) under local anesthesia. The patients is advised to stay to get a couple of hours within the recovery space following the direct injection.

ALS Stem Cell Therapy

Number of  Stages in Treatment: 3 Stage process with 2-8 combination infusions of glial restricted progenitors cells (GRP), oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs), astrocytes and neurons per Phase.

Type of Injections: Enhanced Neural Stem cells from Differentiated Cell Injections given via IV Drip, Intrathecal and/or lumbar puncture per the patients needs.

Physical Rehabilitation: Physical Rehab therapy is optional. physical rehabilitation post-therapy and can be provided upon request for 2-4 hours per day and up to 5 days per week. 
Medical visas and extended stay accommodations at hotel or furnished apartments for the patient and family can also be included upon request.

Comprehensive Treatment for Fighting ALS with Stem Cells

The Regen Center Neurodegenerative therapies used enhanced neural stem cells from our stem cell banking facility. For qualifying patients, The treatment will require a minimum of 2-3 weeks in total. Due to the significant differences and stages of damage our medical team will need to review the potential candidates medical records and eligibility for treatment and travel to Thailand. Upon approval, a detailed treatment plan will be provided that will includes the specifics of the treatment plan that will include: total number nights required along with the total medical related costs and stem cell transplant fees (excluding accommodations or flights). To begin the qualification process for the multi-stage ALS stem cell therapy,  please prepare your recent medical records such as Brain MRI’s,CT Scans or PET Scans (Preferred) and contact us today.

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  • Hi There.I am a 45 year old female in South Africa. I have recently been diagnosed with ALS with symptoms only in arms and hands at this point. Please can you let me know the cost and process of your treatment.
  • Hi My Mom Was diagnosed with ALS last Year 2018 She was getting symptoms since late 2016 loss of Hand Leg Now Her Speech Her Walk Her Breathing And Her Swallowing She  is 63 And Was Very Healthy and Fit Before this can You tell Me would Stem Cells Help And cost Thanks.
    • Support Team
      Hello Mrs Breen, Thank you for contacting us. We have emailed you information that you requested about treatment for your mothers diagnosis of ALS.
  • My name Corey Pollard from Ontario. My dad was diagnosed with ALS last February to be precise. We dont know how long he had it but has been showing symptoms for more than 2 years. We did try a treatment using fat stem cells over a period of 3 days but the results were very poor. Everyday my dad's heath depreciate and keeps losing weight and strength. I would like more information about your program to to see if my dad is a good candidate.
  • I'm Als. of stemcell treatment, let's know the details and costs of treatment.1. BIPAP / take only sleep for 3-4 hours to remove 2. 99-100 percent oxygen in blood is measured. 3. blood group Rh O 4. current PEG (feed on the rubber from 23/12/2017)
  • Hi Dr  My father has been diagnosis ALS for 1 year.His musculus get so week that he can not move without help.His breathing and swallowing has huge problem.Please advise me if he getting better with stem cells treatment and how much is the cost of regard
  • Hi Dr My wife has been diagnosis Bulbar ALS last four months. She is suffering with short breathing, difficult to swallow foods and drinks, etc. So please advise if it will be cure with stem cells treatment and the cost for the full treatment.
  • My name is James, I was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gherigs Disease) in 2014, the doctor told me there is no cure for this disease and that there is nothing they can do except give me medication and counseling. i am now having alot of difficulties going about my daily functions as i constantly felt weakness in my legs, ankles and feet, ive tried many natural and herbal medicines for ALS but they are all junk and didnt do anything except ruin my sleep habits. Can stem cells help?
  • Good day, my wife has ALS (diagnosed in October 2016). We are looking for stem cell treatment. What the results of your treatment (effectiveness) ? and what is cost for ALS treatment (you mentioned 2-3 week period)? sincerely
  • I was diagnosed of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) 2017 in London hospital, Please send more information about the treatment .
  • Gentlemen, I am a healthy 73 year old male recently (30 days) diagnosed with ALS. I am interested in seeking stem cell therapy for my condition. I am in very early stage of the disease and able to travel immediately for treatment. Can you please provide all available information. Thank you, R. T. Trotta
  • I have been diagnosed with MND by my neurologist. I live in Perth Western Australia I was diagnosed in November last year What's involved for me to receive some treatment in your care?
  • I was diagnosed of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) 2015 in Parkland hospital, Dallas, i was given medications to help my symptom but my symptoms have worsened, my doctors are offering nothing and i am with no hope of a cure from this hospital so i am looking out for an alternative treatment. I read about your successful neural cell treatment for ALS, i am hoping you can help. Would be happy just to stop the rate of my deterioration. Please contact me with information.
  • my mother was diagnosed with ALS early March 2016 and the progression has been very alarming. It immediately started with slurry speech, and loss in her physical strength but has now quickly evolved into almost complete loss of speech. She also eats very little resulting in weight loss and gets very tired from doing simple tasks around the house. She has also gotten very moody with frequent bouts of irritability. My father is disabled also and she was our primary care giver so this has become very difficult for us. I am now exploring alternative treatments for ALS with stem cells just to try to slow down the progression as much as possible. We have all her recent medical tests and scans so please contact me as soon as possible so we can send the information to ya’ll.
  • I am wondering if you know if there is any possible connection between brain trauma injury and ALS disease. My father was diagnosed last year about 6 mo after an accident but my understanding from what im reading is that ALS cannot really be caused by something like this. I think the treatment is also slightly different depending on what type of ALS. Thank you again, I look forward to reading your research and the eventual eradication of this disease!
  • I suffer from ALS, I am told it is in the early stages of this disease. my question is, what it the overall cost of your treatment providing that my case is siutable for tratment.
  • My wife, Suzie, was diagnosed with ALS in 2013, we are both still devastated by the news. As the disease progression continues, it is necessary for me to help her more and more with the simple activities of living such as food prep,showering, dressing and exercises. When I realized that I will need to performing these activities basically all by myself I became depressed and resentful. What can we do to treat he ALS? Please email me.