01 Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis has provided a new ray of hope for patients. It is a form of regenerative medicine that uses autologous mesenchymal stem cells from the patient’s bone marrow to repair the damaged cells within their body. Stem Cell Therapy utilizes the body’s natural healing mechanism, reduces inflammation, and modulates the immune system.
02 Physical Therapy
Multiple Sclerosis Physical Therapy Rehabilitation helps increase strength and improve function and mobility in patients through targeted exercises. A physical therapist evaluates the patient’s functional ability and creates a personalized MS physiotherapy regimen designed to prevent complications related to muscle weakness and muscle contractures due to spasticity.
03 Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy teaches individuals how to regain their independence by practicing activities to improve standards of daily living such as feeding, bathing, and grooming. It can also involve learning how to use adaptive tools to compensate for limited mobility.
Occupational therapists work closely with people with Multiple Sclerosis to help them conserve their energy during various activities at home, work, and in the community. Their ultimate aim is to ensure maximum independence for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and help them improve their quality of life.
04 Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy
Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy helps individuals with Multiple Sclerosis to improve their daily functioning. Several healthcare experts work together to develop a comprehensive plan to help patients communicate, complete tasks, and stay organized. The aim of this kind of therapy is to encourage restoration and improvements in cognitive function, as well as teach specific strategies to compensate for cognitive impairment.
05 Speech and Language Therapy
Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis have difficulty in controlling their muscles affecting speech and swallowing due to the damage in their central nervous system. Various speech and swallowing exercises related to the jaw, lip, and tongue can help strengthen oral musculature, enhance ease and clarity of communication, and improve eating, chewing, and drinking.
Aarti Singh(name changed)
"Plexus Neuro provides every patient utmost care and specialized attention. Each patient is given specialized treatment as per his/her requirement. Also the patience and attention given to every case is backed by a full team of specialists who are experienced in various fields. I came here for treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and I have improved a lot in my endurance and my capacity to carry out daily tasks which were earlier very challenging. My experience with this center has been very good."
Pooja Mishra (name changed)
“For the last 10 years, I have visited many hospitals in search of the best treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. While some doctors said I cannot be cured completely, others did not even try. Finally, I came to Plexus for my treatment. All thanks to Dr Na’eem, I am absolutely fine now."
Four stages have been identified by researchers in Multiple Sclerosis, which include:
People with Multiple Sclerosis must avoid certain foods, including processed meats, refined carbs, junk foods, trans fats, and sugar-sweetened beverages.
People with Multiple Sclerosis need a balanced, low-fat and high-fiber diet. Eating plenty of fruit, vegetables, grains, and fish help manage symptoms.