Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Therapy

Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Treatment

Our cerebral palsy treatment uses mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) with various growth factors and RNA to support regeneration of the affected areas. Treatments are delivered alongside a supportive therapy program to improve the bodies microenvironment, reduce inflammation levels and support stem cell activity.

Commonly referred to as CP, cerebral palsy affects the normal movement of different parts of the body and has several degrees of severity. The term “cerebral” speaks of the brain’s cerebrum, a part of the brain that controls motor functions whereas “palsy” refers to paralysis of voluntary movement in specific body parts.

The cerebrum in the brain regulates all types of motor functions that allow you to live independently. Motor functions can be either voluntary or involuntary. When the cerebrum is injured, both voluntary and involuntary fail to function properly hence presenting a range of challenges related to walking, talking or even handling simple everyday tasks independently.

Improvements in the treatment of cerebral palsy using stem cell therapy continue to progress in the right direction. There is no absolute cure available at this moment, and treatment programs designed by SC21 has been developed to improve the clinical condition and symptoms of children suffering from cerebral palsy.

 

Our treatment program offers therapeutic benefit for CP patients :

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) are one of the most studied and clinically used types of stem cells to treat Cerebral Palsy patients.

MSCs infiltrate the brain and can help regenerate new elements or combat the neurodegenerative process, fibrosis, and oxidative insults. The result is potential repair of the damaged tissues.

MSCs can differentiate into various cell types such as neurons, astrocyte, microglia, and oligodendrocyte which aid in the desired regeneration.

Neuroprotection is also established by the release of several neurotrophic factors from the MSCs, that work through paracrine and/or-autocrine interactions. MSCs also improve angiogenesis generating new vessels, thereby increasing the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to injured and hypoxic tissue.

Growth factors, RNA and Laser therapy can reduce the volume of ischemia and increase migration and proliferation of the administered stem cells.

Stem Cell Treatment for CP
  • 50, 100 or 200 million P1 MSCs
  • Neurotrophic growth factors
  • Cerebral hemisphere & Cerebellum RNA
  • Oocyte Peptide Complex
  • Brain & IV Laser
  • IV Oxygenation Therapy
  • Neuro-aminoacids
  • Take Home Nutrition & RNA

 

How stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy works:

During a Diabetes treatment program, 50 to 200 million p1 umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells are given to the patient by IV infusions and local tissue injections if required in cases of spastic CP. This young optimized pool of stem cells works in a number of ways:

 

  • Repopulating of aging stem cells pools
  • Regeneration of degraded tissue
  • Modulation of the immune system
  • Anti-inflammatory mechanisms
  • Cell-to-Cell stimulatory effects

 

100,000,000 P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

6 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

200,000,000 P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

6 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

300,000,000+ P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

10 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

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