Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA) is a progressive, degenerative disease that is genetically contracted. While it can manifest in different ways, there is no clear categorization of the disease. The one common symptom of SCA is the gradual deterioration of movement-related functions.
- Ataxia or coordination and balance-related challenges
- Uncoordinated walking
- Diminished hand-eye coordination
- Dysarthria or abnormal speech
- Involuntary eye movement
- Poor vision
- Challenges in processing, learning, and remembering information
At Plexus, many of our patient who have suffered from SCA have recovered successfully through stem cell therapy and rehabilitation programs.