Parkinson’s Patient Treatment: Irene (77 years) . Germany.
“The implants have made me feel good about myself, improving my facial expression and being able to reduce the medication little by little ”
As recommended by a professor from Frankfurt, it was the call to a patient already treated, Mrs. Ingrid, which led to my decision.
I considered the testimony of this reference of a patient as very useful so today I want to share my experience with the treatment with all those interested:
In my case, having a broken right arm, more needles were needed for better healing. They were a total of 108 implants.
In the first three weeks my physical appearance had improved, the mobility of my body and my mood was favorable. That improvement was perceived with joy by relatives and neighbors.
There was a time when the effect of improvement was paralyzed. However, the situation was still better than before the intervention.
On the occasion of my positive recovery, I began to gradually reduce the Requip medication (antiparkinsonian medication). After a few months, noting a certain loss of mobility, I increased the dose but this did not improve my situation, nor did the new antiparkinsonian drug prescribed by my neurologist, Amantadina, which only made my condition worse.
So I decided to talk to the Werth center and they told me that an overdose of that medication could have side effects. I reduced the doses and checked that the dyspnea and the worsening was caused by this last medication.
In summary, the implants have made me feel good about myself, improving my facial expression and being able to reduce medication little by little. My general condition has improved considerably and, most importantly, most of the symptoms of the disease have been paralyzed.
My physical appearance is much better and my husband says that our conversations are more relaxed. For all of this we are very grateful to Dr. Werth and his team.