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According to research, Cerebral palsy affects two in every one thousand children in Europe. More than that, it is the most common physical disability in childhood. The disease causes a myriad of physical symptoms including difficulty in coordinating movements and in walking.
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Because of the damage to the developing brain which may have occurred during its development in utero or after birth, Cerebral palsy’s symptoms include difficulty in control and balance especially walking. It also involves trouble in speech, eye coordination, eating and swallowing. Some patients with cerebral palsy may or may not have intellectual disability.
How Stem Cell Therapy can help alleviate Cerebral Palsy?
Stem cell therapy is very effective treatment for restoring various tissue and organs and fighting against incurable diseases and disorders. Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy aims to limit the damage to cells in the brain and reduce the symptoms not cure it. It also helps in protecting and repairing damaged brain cells before they are lost because of the disease.
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A 9-year-old autistic child received advanced treatment including Minimally Invasive Brain Repair with stem cells Implantation, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and rehabilitation training at BPIH in Beijing, China. Read to know his inspiring story towards recovery.
I am the son of the patient and my name is H.H. My mother is better than before!
This is the testimonial of a patient who has successfully undergone Stem Cell Therapy for Muscular Dystrophy at Infinity Clinic, Kiev, Ukraine.
I don't know if you remember or not, but this morning I was telling the doctors that I had pain in my "wrist/hand" area when I type on my computer. Therefore I must use a "hand-brace" when I use my PC. Guess what, I almost feel no pain this evening!!! For the first time in 3-4 years!!! The pain on my wrist is "almost" gone and I've been typing without any braces! This is really encouraging.