Ataxia

Low Back Pain, Neuropathy, Balance Problems | Richard Testimonial

Dr. Currie: Today is October 16th, 2013, and this is Mr. Richard. Richard, as far as your pain and everything, what brought you to Arkansas Spinal Care? Richard: Pain brought me to…

Views: 66 By: Currie Health & Wellness Diagnostic Center
Ongoing research for Friedreich’s Ataxia

The condition that I'm most involved with from a research standpoint is a condition called Friedreich Ataxia. And that's a condition that develops at at a relatively young age…

Views: 99 By: Ohio State Wexner Medical Center
Questions & Answers Session, Friedreich's Ataxia - The Children's Hospital…

This afternoon, we're going to start out by doing a clinical, question-and-answer session so that you can, any questions that you have from this morning's clinical presentations…

Views: 363 By: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Roger, Unique Access ALS Patient Talks About The Improvements He Has Seen…

I think on the improvement side, since we've arrived, certainly by eating with a knife and fork, and I can eat with a knife and fork and I can almost clean up the bottom of a plate…

Views: 702 By: Unique Access
Equine Neurological Exams

ANDY KANEPS: I'm Dr. Andy Kaneps of Kaneps Equine. Today we'll discuss the neurologic examination of the horse. A neurologic examination is conducted when we're concerned…

Views: 979 By: SmartPak
Biochemical Mechanisms, Friedreich's Ataxia - The Children's Hospital of…

Well, thank you for this nice introduction, and good morning to everyone. What i'll try to do in the next 20 minutes or so is to try and review what are the known molecular mechanisms…

Views: 1 054 By: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Friedreich's Ataxia Research (FARA)

Imagine, raising a smart and active child and for no apparent reason their body just starts to break down things we take for granted like walking and talking become exhaustive tasks.…

Views: 1 476 By: Robert Dean
May Otero, Ataxia | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial

My name is May Otero and I'm from Sweden. Half Spanish, half Swedish. My condition is Ataxia, but it's number seven. In Sweden they call is SCA number 7, and I have 39 or 41…

Views: 1 490 By: Beike Biotech
Vince's Story

I’m 54 years old. Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis is what I have, and my daughter. From the time I was 4 or 5 years old, you’re limp, like you couldn’t stand up. I was having bouts,…

Views: 1 954 By: Rush University Medical Center
Ataxia Patient Pamela B. Talks About Her Treatment Experience.

After two weeks, I'm amazed. At the amount of improvement I've had I at first did not realize how much my speech had improved. But so many people had commented in terms of walking…

Views: 2 751 By: Global Stem Cells
Juan José (Ataxia) Habla De Su Tratamiento De Celulas Madre A Través De…

He’s improving a lot. It’s really positive and we are really happy. I talked with Dr. Nasir and he told me that I improved a lot in just a few days and he’s expecting that I will improve…

Views: 2 931 By: Global Stem Cells
Juliet, Spinocerebellar Ataxia | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial

From a hundred percent I felt like only 30 percent of me was working. At times I would just feel like I'm a spectator just watching everything go past but I couldn't actively…

Views: 4 978 By: Beike Biotech
Bulbar palsy

Bulbar palsy refers to impairment of function of the cranial nerves IX, X, XI and XII, which occurs due to a lower motor neuron lesion either at nuclear or fascicular level in the medulla…

Views: 5 442 By: Audiopedia
Stroke Survivor Nicola Talks About How Stem Cells Alleviated Her Symptoms

I’ve got better control over my knee and better control over my balance so that’s good. And I’ve not been as tired. No definitely fatigue was a big thing that we wanted to tackle so,…

Views: 5 961 By: Global Stem Cells
Ataxia: attack it back!

Ataxia - what’s that? We’ve recently done some market research and that’s told us that only 9% of the population know what ataxia is. So displaying posters, any sort of publicity is…

Views: 9 219 By: AtaxiaUKonline
How to perform Cerebellar Tests - Dysmetria, Dyssynergia, Dysdiadochokinesia

Dysmetria which is past pointing. Have the patient's put their feet together. And reach out with their hands and do as I do. Finger to nose, please. And back out. Finger to nose…

Views: 12 284 By: Dr Timothy Conwell
Neurology – Parkinson's Disease: By Raed Joundi M.D. & Elizabeth Slow M.D.

Parkinson’s disease (or PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer’s disease, and affects 1% of individuals over the age of 65. It is classified as a hypokinetic…

Views: 13 154 By: Medskl.com