In the Media

Epidural Stimulation Now

“Before Christmas Andy travelled to Thailand for treatment which he says has helped him to recover to the point where he can now stand and take steps on a frame.Before Christmas Andy travelled to Thailand for treatment which he says has helped him to recover to the point where he can now stand and take steps on a frame.”

Andy had 120 million cells inserted into his spine along with a device which shoots electrical currents through his spine to strengthen the spinal cord.
The pioneering surgery was carried out at Unique Access Medical in Thailand…

“Having been told I would never even wiggle my toe against I could lift my leg three days after the surgery. Now it is just a case of getting stronger and stronger, I am working every day, standing and using the frame as much as I can.”

Andy has remained positive in the face of his ordeal, with the support of his family but said that he has noticed people’s perceptions of disabilities since using his wheelchair.

 

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/durham-motorcyclist-paralysed-crash-hopes-10306533

“Then, on November 17 he underwent a pioneering procedure called epidural stimulating surgery, which saw doctors insert a microchip into his back.
The chip applies a continuous electrical current to the lower part of the spinal cord, and when it is switched on sensory stimulations allow paralysed people to move their legs.”

“Has Quadriplegic David Hill Found the Cure He Was Looking for?”

…David first heard about epidural stimulation therapy in a support group on Facebook. This group is where he first heard about Unique Access and came across an article on the hospital’s website talking about epidural stimulation…

 

https://www.spinalcord.com/blog/has-quadriplegic-david-hill-found-the-cure-he-was-looking-for

“Just to even stand up and grab something out of a cabinet would be phenomenal,” Martin said.That dream might come true if he can raise the funds to have a recently developed procedure done in Thailand by a company called Unique Access.”

 

https://www.dcourier.com/news/2017/aug/18/disabled-former-police-officer-raising-money-opera/

After “months and months researching, trying to find the best place that there was possible,” Guest found Unique Access in Bangkok, Thailand.
The procedure would involve matching Guest up with Regenerative Medicine, then putting cells into the area that has been damaged, and then directly into the veins.
An accompanying procedure involves inserting a device called an epidural stimulator into the lower back, along with electron pieces into the spinal area to help send signals to the brain.

https://www.usnews.com/news/kentucky/articles/2017-02-26/former-football-player-raising-money-for-stem-cell-treatment

“For 22 years he has been struggling to go again. Razvan’s story is the story of a winner”

 

https://www.republikanews.ro/de-22-de-ani-se-lupta-sa-mearga-din-nou-povestea-lui-razvan-este-povestea-unui-invingator/