For the last five years Jen Helboe has been struggling with Lyme Disease. After an official diagnosis last year; Helboe has tried treatments of all sorts, from antibiotics to herbal treatments.
“It was suggested I try Stem Cell work before it is too late.”
She is flying to the US later this month for treatment focusing on boosting her immune system.
Treatments will include 10 days of treatment at an Infusio Treatment Center that will include medical consultations, oxygen and IV therapies, photobiomodulation, thymus therapy, lymphatic drainage, global diagnostics, bodywork, autologous cyto-immunotherapy, and Stem cell therapy. This will be followed by a four month home regiment.
The stem cell process involves the removal of a patient’s own fat tissue from a specific area. Impurities are removed and the highly concentrated serum is then prepared and re-introduced intravenously causing a systemic response. The cells are able to respond to any weaknesses found in the body, repair organ and nerve damage, and transform to other vital cells necessary to healthy immune function.
Helboe was just recently put on a waiting list at Infusio, and a recently cancellation has moved her up in line.
“I was just put on their radar over the last few weeks.”
The symptoms Helboe has experienced over the past five years include extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, anxiety, numbness, tingling, difficult concentration, forgetfulness, can’t find words, panic attacks, depression, irritability, joint swelling, back pain, cramps, muscle pain, weakness, tremor, burning, shooting pain, hypersensitive skin, light sensitivity, blurry vision, ringing in ears, motion sickness, loss of balance, light headedness, air hunger, swollen glands, sore throat, fevers, abdominal pain, heartburn, and more.
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