Tyler Heid decided to pursue stem cell therapy in order to combat the symptoms and progression of his MS. On March 27th 2019 he received 300 million cord tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells. These were delivered intravenously over the course of 4 hours.
January 14, 2021
Jan 14, 2021
Medical Director | DVC Stem
Tyler came to DVC Stem in hopes of changing his life for the better.
Tyler Heid decided to pursue stem cell therapy in order to combat the symptoms and progression of his Multiple Sclerosis. On March 27th 2019 he received 300 million cord tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells. These were delivered intravenously over the course of 4 hours.
Protocol at DVC Stem requires patients visit the clinic twice. The first visit consisting of a physiological and musculoskeletal assessment and preparation for treatment the next day. Patients also have the option of receiving IV vitamin therapy & lymphatic massage to prepare the body for the stem cells.
Tyler decided he would film video updates regarding his progress post treatment.
Tyler explains his experience at DVC Stem in the Cayman Islands. Tyler is optimistic that he will see positive results post treatment.
"The cool thing about the Cayman Islands besides being beautiful, it was an opportunity to get some rest and relaxation allowing my body to heal and restore. I'm back in the US now and feel like I am ready to conquer the world."
- Tyler Heid
2 weeks post treatment, MS patient Tyler is beginning to see amazing progress. He has been wheelchair bound for the last year and has not been able to move his legs unassisted before now.
Tyler updates about his progress, explaining the amazing response he has been receiving from his friends and family.
"People coming up to me saying I am moving, talking and smiling so much better. They are noticing a lot of things that have improved over the course of 3 months. This morning I was able to do things that I was unable to do before, I was able to stand up and lift my leg higher than I ever have before."
5 months post treatment Tyler sends us an update on his progress.
"I'm able to smile better, I have more control over the left side of my face. I have an increased ability to grip, lift my legs higher and higher which has gone well."
Tyler is optimistic and on the right track to recovery. We are ecstatic to see his progress and look forward to more updates from him.
About the author
Dr. Cona has been performing stem cell therapy for over 10 years. He is a member of the World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (WAAAM). He is also a recognized member of the British Medical Association, the General Medical Council (UK), the Caribbean College of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is the Medical Director for DVC Stem a world-renowned stem cell therapy clinic located in Grand Cayman.
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