After my Stem Cell Treatment on September 18, I have been feeling wonderful in so many ways!
I highly-recommend anyone with MS doing it asap! I have had relentless Primary Progressive MS since early 1995 and the stem cell treatment has certainly begun to work its magic on/in me…
Effects of therapy were felt immediately. On the first night I held my fork normally and was able to get everything off my plate. I noticed that my balanced improved too and I woke in the morning with lighter limbs and moving my fingers far more freely. From thereon, my limbs have continued feeling lighter, and my hands have been working so much better more often than not. My hands and arms now open easily and my neck and shoulders move with more fluidity. My legs are no longer rigid and my overall balanced has improved tremendously. Happily, I am more confident and stronger transferring and standing.
On Sunday 28, I attended the MS Go for Gold Scholarship Luncheon having been awarded an Arts Scholarship to assist me with my dream of bringing about the publishing of my children’s story Come Fly with Me and my autobiography, Agony ~ A Path to Bliss.
To and from the event, I was able to transfer confidently in and out of a low car that had no frames around the window to hold on to. Using the wheelchair accessible toilet was a breeze compared to my years of difficulty and I could cross my legs while sitting my wheelchair, which I also haven’t been able to do in over a decade.
I have been putting on my t-shirts each morning with no difficulty and have even begun taking them off at night, as well as undoing my bra-straps (another first in well a decade). Last night (29-9), I effortlessly got off my low couch holding on to my walker and took two steps; steps I haven’t been able to take as easily any time this year…
Before the treatment Dr Felix of Master Derm Clinic asked what I hoped to gain from the therapy understanding it was a treatment not a cure. I replied, ‘Improvement on any level. A cessation of progression. Increased energy. A renewed hope in the future.’ These hopes have certainly been achieved and now I look forward to what the future brings. Because of the degree of my physical-challenge from having had my version of MS for 19-years, Dr Felix has advised me to return for another treatment in six-months to help bring about even greater results. I wholeheartedly agreed to come back, thrilled at another, even greater opportunity.
In the meantime, I am so happy that my overall wellbeing has improved and I feel ‘normal’ again! The thought of facing a long, hot, humid summer no longer terrifies me now I know I have my healthy stem cells running my body performing their magic.
This treatment is truly a must for anyone in a position to do it!!!
Click on title to read my celebration poem called Healthy Living…
The ASCF website has an abundance of science based articles on Regenerative Medicine you can read www.adultstemcellfoundation.org
I had a wonderful book launch on September 6 for my most recent poetry book Bright Blessings. A philosophical bite of love and joy to enrich all walks of life and a natural successor to Suzie’s popular first book, Loving All.
Proceeds from the sale of Bright Blessings are helping to fund my Stem Cell Therapy (to help my body keep up with my mind). After 19 years of living with multiple sclerosis, the physical challenge that has creatively transformed my life, I am now more than ready to receive the benefits of the breakthrough treatment.
If you would like a copy of Bright Blessings, Click here to purchase directly
The Gnostic Corner magazine interviewed me a couple of weeks ago.. Here is the link online to such a colourful and informative, healing magazine.. Out in print next week: Gnostic Corner
Click this link to my Media and Others Interests page to read recent article written in The Peninsula News
Author and poet Suzie Palmer, from Australia, is considered by many to be a true inspiration, with her work appearing in numerous international publications. Suzie’s recently published poetry book is called, Bright Blessings. Her first published poetry, Loving All, was followed by Prosperity Rat, an illustrated book of haiku. Her writings have also appeared in the Adventures in Manifesting series.
Come Fly With Me, a collection of Suzie’s stories for children, led to several invitations to give presentations at schools and motivational talks at workplaces. Suzie performs her poetry at events, usually accompanied by live musicians and has recently recorded her poetry to music on two CDs: Inner Bright Blessings and Global Bright Blessings. She is currently writing her autobiography, Agony – A Path to Bliss, while generally working for world peace, love, and humanity.
Suzie is honoured to be an Ambassador at Large and Australian Assistant Chairperson for International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) and Interfaith Harmony Council (IFHC). She is a founding member of Global Village Forum (GVF), and was recently appointed as Director of Human Rights for Global Citizenship Union (GCU), where she is also an Honorary Coordinator.