September 25, 2018

 

Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy-Hope Medical Group

 Stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy


Cerebral Palsy DiagramCerebral Palsy is a disorder caused by damage to the brain during pregnancy, delivery or shortly after birth. It is often accompanied by seizures, hearing loss, difficulty speaking, blindness, lack of co-ordination and/or mental retardation. About 25 percent of cases come from a prenatal cause such as anemia, improper nutrition, viruses, x-rays or premature delivery. About 40 percent are caused by a lack of oxygen (hypoxia), and the remaining causes are unknown.
 
 
 
With the advancement of stem cell treatments for Cerebral Palsy in China now you have a novel treatment option for cerebral palsy. Unlike the currently available conventional treatments, our stem cell therapy is different in the way that we target to repair the brain tissue damage itself and recover functions. Adult stem cell therapy focuses on the root of the problem and not just the symptoms.
Cell death occurs when cells are injured. However, these dead cells are surrounded by damaged and healthy cells. Stem cells have the potential to stimulate the healing of these injured cells by the secretion of cytokines, such as nerve growth factor to promote the body’s self-repair mechanism
 
 
 
The objective of the stem cell treatment is to repair the injured cell area around the lesion. This will lead to improved symptoms mainly in physique and movements. The majority of patients show improvements right after the first or second transplant. They continue to improve for about 6 months to 1 year, when the final results settle in. For CP patients the achieved results are permanent.

Treatment Method :

Number of Injection -2 units of umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC)
2 units of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSC)

Type of Injection - Local Injection x 2 times
Intravenous (IV) Injection x 2 times

Adjuvant Therapy :

Rehabilitation therapy 
Chinese traditional medicine to recuperate

 


Treatment Period :

12 days

The payment includes:
Stem cell implantation :
Physiotherapy and occupational therapy sessions, from Monday to Friday,
Traditional Chinese medicine
Accommodation for the patient AND for 1 or 2 accompanying family members.
General medical services ; Doctor's visits and examinations, laboratory tests, etc

 


Side effects:
None in over 20,000 cases worldwide

Foreign patient services:

Our international department team helps our foreign patients handle all the communication aspects of getting medical treatment in a foreign country. Staff is ready to help with everything from communicating with the medical team, nurses, and caregivers to daily needs like shopping, going to the bank, or making visa arrangements. We also provide transportation from the airport to the hospital upon arrival and make all necessary arrangements for transportation to the airport upon completion of the treatment.

 

MONOPLEGIA/CP

 
Like all forms of cerebral palsy, spastic monoplegia results from brain damage. Distinguished from other manifestations of the disease, monoplegia (mono = one) is a movement defect of one of the limbs of the body, generally an arm, on either the right side or the left. It is very rare and many authorities consider it a form of the condition of Hemiplegia with very mild involvement of the other limb on the affected side of the body.
 
 
 
Monoplegia cerebral palsy results from a permanent lesion in the motor cortex area of the brain which may be complete or partial. Like all other types of cerebral palsy, the condition is irreversible meaning that there is no chance of recovery.At best, diagnosis of CP is effectively a process of elimination because there are many other illnesses that are nearly identical to this condition including Erbs palsy, brain tumours, metabolic disorders, brachial plexus palsy, etc.
 
 
 
Stem cells provide real improvement for Monoplegia patients
 
 
 
Cord blood is one source of stem cells that has shown promise in treatments for patients with brain injury. In the preclinical, has shown that cord blood stem cells have the ability to divide and change into neural-like cells. Additionally, these stem cells have been shown to migrate to the area of injury, and to secrete therapeutic factors, which may help repair brain damage. That cord blood stem cells may also alter the body's immune response to injury, by interacting directly with the organs and cells of the immune system that enable the body to better repair itself.

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