Dinesh Zala never smoked a day in his life yet he was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) or hardening of the lungs.
When Dinesh’s doctors in Steffisburg, Switzerland told him that nothing more could be done for him, he refused to accept their prognosis.
After extensive research on the internet, Dinesh discovered that stem cell therapy could be his answer because stem cells can turn into any other type of cell in the body.
Scouring the internet and YouTube, Dinesh finally found the YouTube channel of “Dr Michael Johnson” and after watching many of Dr Johnson’s videos, Dinesh emailed Dr Johnson and told him, “You are my last hope!”
Dr Johnson is the founder and clinic director at The Optimal Health Stem Cell and Wellness Institute in Appleton, WI. He has assembled a team of medical professionals and support staff that are dedicated to the worst of the worst cases.
“It takes more than stem cell therapy to help severely chronic patients because many of these patients are full of inflammation and inflammation kills off stem cells,” says Dr Johnson.
“We do complete blood work, hormone testing, genetic testing and trigger testing for underlying infections and toxins. Since we are the only stem cell clinic that performs complete testing along with umbilical cord injections into the brown fat for systemic patients and joints for pain patients. As a result, patients come to our office from all over the world,” Johnson said.
Dinesh flew from his home in Switzerland and arrived in Appleton for his first stem cell injection on Monday, March 11th. By Thursday, March 14th, he was already feeling better!
“It’s amazing how good that I feel after only one round! I can do things that I wasn’t able to do before my injection!,” said Dinesh. Dinesh had his second round on Thursday, March 21st and then returned to Switzerland. He will fly back to Appleton in May for another round of stem cells.
Urbane “Ben” Van Emrik suffers with severe COPD and it was his doctor in Holland that found Dr Johnson’s YouTube videos. Ben has had two-rounds of stem cell therapy and he will have two-more before he returns to Holland in two-weeks. Ben has also felt significant improvement!
Andre Coppell flew 17-hours from New Zealand, received 4-stem cell injections Thursday, March 14th and flew back home on Monday, March 18th. “I wound not have come all of this way if Dr Johnson and his team were not on to something brilliant!,” Andre said.
Dr Johnson puts it this way, ”The reason patients come to our clinic in Appleton from all over the country and all over the world is that we perform complete testing and we don’t leave any stone unturned when it comes to getting them better!”
You have to remove inflammation, toxins and infections so that the stem cells can rebuild the body! In addition, with systemic and neurological conditions, we inject stem cells into the brown fat which has the highest concentrations of energy-producing mitochondria. These are the reasons WHY patients are coming from all over the world for our unique care. The bottom line is results and our website is loaded with videos of our patient’s success stories!”
One of the complaints against stem cell therapy by some MDs is that there isn’t enough research. “That is not true,” said Dr Johnson, “there are thousands of research articles on stem cells and stem cell therapy at www.pubmed.com. All that anyone has to do is a simple search!”
As a result, there are successful stem cell protocols not only for lung conditions like COPD, IPF and emphysema but also neurological conditions (MS, Parkinson’s, & stroke), autoimmune disorders (RA, Lupus, Sjogren’s, Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s and others), kidney disease, liver disease and chronic pain syndromes (headaches, neck, shoulder, lower back, hip and knee pain).
Dr. Johnson founded The Optimal Health Stem Cell & Wellness Institute because he suffers from MS and stem cell therapy helped him.
“I used to think that MS was a curse but now I see it as a blessing because I know first-hand what works and what doesn’t work for the chronic and severe patient,” said Dr Johnson, “Our motto is that we will do whatever it takes to help our patients get better!”