Stem Cell Activation for Parkinson’s Disease

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There is nothing worse than feeling trapped within your own body–and that is exactly how many individuals suffering from Parkinson’s disease feel!  

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder that attacks the brain, which causes uncontrollable movements while at rest, involuntary shaking, coordination difficulties, other issues while not at rest (stiffness, slow or loss of movements), and even other issues related to balance. Known as a progressive disease, Parkinson’s disease gets worse over time, which can eventually lead to impaired mobility or even difficulties with communication. 

Individuals suffering from Parkinson’s disease often feel helpless and may even suffer from behavioral changes such as depression, fatigue, memory issues, insomnia, or overall poor quality of life. 


The most severe symptoms of Parkinson’s disease occur when nerve cells in the basal ganglia part of the deep brain, which controls movement, die or become impaired. This leads these cells to produce less dopamine, which in turn, causes issues with involuntary movement. Medications may help, but have the side effects of making movements worse in other forms, like slow, or loss of motor function.

While scientists have targeted the biological process of how Parkinson’s disease occurs, they still do not know what causes these brain neurons to die in the first place. Not only are the exact causes of Parkinson’s disease unknown, but there is no known cure. 

With so little clarity, individuals with Parkinson’s often feel hopeless when it comes to their treatment options. Nothing can completely reverse Parkinson’s disease, but there are disease management options that may help to reduce the uncomfortable symptoms of this debilitating neurological condition. 

While the most common form of Parkinson’s treatment is medication, we are here to tell you that you may be able to naturally and successfully help manage Parkinson’s disease with regenerative medicine. 

Regenerative medicine options, more specifically stem cell activation, can have the capacity to renew and differentiate into any cell type within your body, leading to the enhancement or replacement of destroyed brain cells to help improve dopamine levels. 

While still in the early states of study, stem cell activation is believed to help many of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease more naturally.

If you are interested in learning more about this regenerative medicine practice for helping to manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, we are here to help you explore your options. 


At ReCELLebrate, we help you or your loved ones successfully work towards managing Parkinson’s disease through stem cell activation. Using scientifically sound and ethical regenerative medicine techniques, we achieve stem cell alternative methods to help our clients not only manage their symptoms but reduce their pharmaceutical dependencies altogether. 

Understanding that all of our patient’s needs differ, we start with a comprehensive medical assessment of your or your loved one to determine if and which stem cell activation method is the ideal fit. 

Through stem cell activation we can help you or your loved one reclaim their life! Contact us today to chat about your options for helping to manage Parkinson’s disease with stem cell activation.