Paralysis is a condition characterized by the loss of motor function in one or more muscles, often accompanied by sensory loss. It can be caused by various factors such as nervous system damage, stroke, trauma, or diseases like Parkinson’s and ALS. Paralysis can occur locally or generally, and its severity can vary from temporary to permanent.

Case Studies

Paralyzed Patient (post a stroke) - Case Study 1

Here is our first case study from India in which we treated an Indian women who suffered from paralysis in both left hand and left leg and could not lift her hand more than a few centimeters without the help of her second hand. 
After our treatment, she was able to lift her hand in the air and move her leg.

Before Treatment

After Treatment

Here is the photo of Dr Rachel Alkalay while at work on this case study in the home of this woman in winter 2024.