Clinical and Technical Aspects
significantly limits brain damage when administrated immediately
after a Brain stroke; it allows optimal salvage of neurons and
preservation as well as restitution of cerebral functions.
restores strength, capability and confidence of stroke survivors
and the possibility of returning to independent living.
speeds up rehabilitation processes in patients recovering from
illness to independence in many areas such as:
• Self-care skills like as feeding, grooming, bathing
• Mobility skills like moving, walking ,self-propelling
• Communication skills like speech and languages.
• Cognitive skills such as memory recall or problem solving.
• Socialization skills in interacting with other people.
combined with other drugs, slows the progression of Parkinson’s
disease in the early stages and minimizes effects of
• Minimizes muscle rigidity
• Improves loss of balance
• Improves initiation of voluntary movements
• Minimizes shaking, tremors
• Improves speaking difficulties
• Improves ability to show facial expressions
• Improves eating difficulties
in general, significantly improves all segments of functioning
from daily activities and behavior, to the ability to care for
combined with other drugs, slows the progression of Alzheimer’s
disease in its mild stages, and minimizes symptoms
of the disease:
• Confusion about names and places
• Decreased ability to readily recall information
• Poor decision making skills
• Increasing memory loss and confusion
• Difficulty with language