Stem Cell Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury
Can stem cell therapy help spinal cord injury?
Spinal cord injury (SCI) is damage to the spinal cord resulting in loss of sensory and motor function below the level of injury. It can be caused by accidents, falls, sports injuries or medical conditions and can vary in severity from temporary weakness to complete paralysis. SCI can have significant impacts on daily activities, independence and quality of life.
Currently, there is no cure for SCI. The damaged spinal cord tissue cannot regenerate fully on its own, leading to permanent loss of function below the level of injury. However, ongoing research and medical advancements offer hope for potential treatments and therapies to improve outcomes for individuals with SCI. Approaches such as stem cell therapy, nerve regeneration techniques, and neurorehabilitation strategies are being explored to promote functional recovery. While a complete cure may not be available yet, efforts continue to focus on improving the quality of life, independence, and mobility of individuals living with SCI.
Stem cell therapy has the potential to help with spinal cord injury by promoting the regeneration of damaged nerve tissue and restoring lost function. There are ongoing research studies investigating the safety and effectiveness of stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury, and some early results have been promising. However, it is important to note that this is still a developing field and more research is needed to fully understand the potential benefits and risks of stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury. It is also important to be cautious of clinics offering unproven or experimental stem cell treatments for spinal cord injury, as these may not be safe or effective.
When injury occurs to the spinal cord, the connections between the brain and the body are hampered or broken, which results in some level of impairment and a certain degree of paralysis. Symptoms may include movement disability, loss of sensation, impaired control of urination and defecation, cramps, pain and depression.
Conventional treatments for spinal cord injury are focused on prevention of secondary damage and providing rehabilitation.
The objective of the 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 are going to continue improving for about 6 months to 1 year, when the final results settle. For Spinal Cord Injury patients, the achieved results are permanent.
Potential improvement of stem cell therapy in spinal cord injury
The purpose of our stem cell treatment is to restore neurological function in the brain/spinal cord lesion area, thus, various kinds of improvement are possible after our treatment and our past patients have experienced the following.
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Not Only Stem Cells
Stem cell therapy brings hope for many medical conditions, including spinal cord injury, we believe that patients can live a better quality of life with effective and safe treatment.
We combine cutting-edge stem cell technology, the most experienced medical professionals in managing stem cell therapy, modern facilities and dedicated services that are effective to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.
The stem cells used in our treatment are manufactured in GMP-certified laboratories, a series of processing and quality assurance procedures have been developed to meet the national and international standards, to ensure safe and effective products are delivered to our patients.
In addition to stem cell therapy, we provide comprehensive treatments that include, rehabilitation, remedies and natural therapies, each patient receives a personalized treatment plan tailored to meet his/her particular needs, in order to get the best our of the treatments.
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