Sunday, January 30, 2011

Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke

Stem cells are unique and have the potential to develop into many different cell types in the body including brain cells. They also have the ability to produce more stem cells.
After the stem cell therapy, positive results were achieved after an average of about 2 months from the treatment. A significant percent of patients experienced better coordination and improved motor skills in their hands and fingers. Post treatment, patients had the ability to stand and walk without being dependant.
We use cells of highest purity, viability and integrity from world quality laboratory, which complies with international standards. As it has been proved that more transplantation cycles gives better and better results.

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Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury

Stem cell derived from human umbilical cord or bone marrow improves mobility with spinal cord injuries providing the first physical evidence that the therapeutic use of these cells can help restore motor skills lost from acute spinal cord tissue damage.
Patients are treated by injecting the stem cells directly into damaged area or in the cerebrospinal fluid which flows within the spinal canal. This procedure is called intrathecal injection or lumbar puncture.
After the treatments, improvements were reported by patients with both incomplete and complete injuries. Regaining sensation was reported by 60 patients. More than two-thirds reported increased muscle strength and improved endurance. Post treatment about 26 – 41 % patients experienced better bladder and bowel control and improved erections. Over 50% patients reported decreased spasticity and limb pain.
An injured spinal cord loses its ability to regenerate myelin-forming cells leading to paralysis. Fehlings showed that where stem cells restored myelin in the injured spine, rats showed some recovery and walked with more coordination. Stem cell research has the potential to save the lives of those afflicted by many medical conditions including spinal cord injury.
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