Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

Stroke Patient Desperate Needs

People suffering from stroke are looking for solutions around the globe. Examples of their needs that CBC Stoke Clinic addresses:

Stroke Patient – My Mother: Lost the ability to speak and walk too

"Greetings, I am from Iraq and my mother had a stroke and because of Stroke, she lost the ability to speak and walk too! And I did a lot of research to find a Neurologist doctor for the brain and nerves too. But I couldn’t find a reliable doctor with extensive experience in treating stroke patients. I beg you to help me because my mother is not feeling well.."

Stroke Patient – My Father: Left-sided Hemiparesis

"My father had a stroke. He has left-sided hemiparesis. He was admitted to a hospital for 10 days. I think he needs alternative treatment as well as intensive rehabilitation, possibly with admission, as soon as possible. Search for a best solution for my father."

Stroke Patient – My Mother: Ischemic Stroke Patient

"My mother had an ischemic stroke 1 year 9 months ago she is having seizures and loss of motor function on her left side. Iam desperately looking for alternative therapies for her to improve her quality of life."

Stroke Patient: Ischemic Stroke Patient

"I am 68 years old male who had an Ischemic stroke. I have read a lot about stem cell therapy for stroke recovery. I am desperate to find a place to receive stem cell therapy for stroke recovery.Yes, I know it is still experimental but if there is hope I'm interested. I also know there are a lot of variables and varying results.

So, any advice or recommendation you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Especially as to the type of stem cell and quantity, how it is recommended to be harvested, prepared, administered back, how many treatments, how long the treatments or stay?"

P.S. If you are wondering, I am typing this with the fingers of my left hand (my right side, arm, foot, and hand have been all affected by the stroke)

Stroke Patient: Hemiplegia

"I’m 39 I had a bad stroke in 2019 made improvements to Hemiplegia. Do you inject stem cells directly into the damaged area and please how much does this treatment costs - thank you.

As we can see many stroke patients are desperately looking for some hope on how they or their loved ones can improve their conditions. They are looking for any hope which can help with their struggles."

Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke Patients

Stem Cell treatment for stroke patients through Umbilical Cord Blood at CBC Health provides a positive impact for patients who expect improvement to be better than before. Although until now research on Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke through Umbilical Cord Blood is still being developed, currently increasing number of patients have been doing therapy with this method and the results are more impactful than other types of stroke therapy.

To what extent can this therapy be of benefit to the patient? What are the patient's struggles to find the best therapy to combat stroke? Following is an overview of potential answers:

Why Stroke Can Make People Suffer?

People who suffer a stroke generally suffer not only physically, but also mentally. Following are some of the conditions that are found common in stroke patients:

  • Have vision problems.
  • Experience paralysis of arms and/or legs, and balanced problems.
  • Difficulty speaking, reading, and writing.
  • Difficulty swallowing.
  • Problems with memory.
  • Tend to be depressed, mood swings, and so on.

Does Stroke Shortens Life?

Yes, some studies have been carried out, one of which is through the Danish Study of Stroke Survival Rates published in the AHAJOURNALS. This study involved 5,262 patients who suffered from stroke with a minimum age of 25 years. It was found that patients who survived their first stroke were five times more likely to die in 1 month - 12 months after the first stroke.

Why are Stroke Patients so Emotional?

As is known, stroke is a health problem that attacks the patient's brain, where it also affects the patient's behavioral and emotional wellbeing. This is what causes some stroke sufferers to be more irritable, confused, forgetful, and/or depressed.

Is a Stroke Painful?

Yes, as many as 10 percent of people experience severe pain referred to as post-stroke pain. This affliction is usually described as burning, aching, and tingling. As is known, stroke is a health problem that prevents blood from reaching the brain, resulting in damage to brain tissue. The pain generally will gradually get worse over time if it is not treated seriously.

Can Stroke Patients Get Improvement after having Stem Cell Therapy?

Yes, according to the review: “A Hallmark Clinical Study of Cord Blood Therapy in Adults with Ischemic Stroke." by Paul R. Sanberg and Jared Ehrhart (Sage Journals, 2019), recent clinical trials have shown that Stem Cell Therapy through Umbilical Cord Blood can provide cognitive and physiological improvements to stroke survivors. This therapy can promote regeneration and repair of brain cells due to ischemic stroke so that gradual improvement in patients can be obtained several months after undergoing Stem Cell Therapy.

What is the best treatment for stroke?

When it comes to treating stroke patient, there are limited options. One of the therapies that is gaining popularity to provide improvement in stroke patients is using Umbilical Cord Blood for regenerative medicine. The presence of Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke has become a breakthrough that continues to be developed and further researched. It is hoped that this kind of Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke will give many stroke patients greater hope to have a better life in the future.

How does Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment provide improvement for Stroke Patients?

Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke using Umbilical Cord Blood has been invented, developed, and researched by scientists from CBC Health, with more than 20 years of experience. This clinic is also the only clinic in the world that offers Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke using Umbilical Cord Blood. Below are some of the benefits provided by CBC Health to stroke patients:

  • Cell Replacement: Boosts restorative effects of progenitor cells
  • Neurotrophic Influence: Neurotrophins reduce cell death and increase cell growth
  • Immune Benefits: Immune modulation and paracrine signaling stimulate cell repair.
  • Inflammation Reduction: Promotes cellular healing and cell regeneration.

The way it works is that the patient will get Umbilical Cord Blood infusions over a period of 1 – 2 days. Stem cells and their secreted proteins from applied Cord Blood will regenerate cells over several months, some potential effects could include reduction in brain swelling and inflammation, save some brain cells that could die, help form new synapses from existing neurons (“neuroplasticity)”, and form/regenerating new blood vessels in a stroke patient’s brain.

Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany: Sasa Todorovic

The following is a short story about CBC Health's experience in dealing with a stroke patient named Sasa Todorovic:

Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

Sasa Todorovic went to CBC Health hoping to get some improvement from the stroke he suffered. Due to stroke, Sasa got speech disorder and partially had paralyzed in limbs.

The Medical Team from CBC Health welcomed Sasa Todorovic's arrival with great care and ensured that he received the comfort he needed. CBC’s Medical Concierge team organized all the needs of stroke patients and their families, starting from flights, accommodation, and specific facilities for people with handicaps, free-time activities.

What makes this therapy so interesting and highly valuable is that Cord Blood contains not only highly enriched cells but also proteins, which help the brain to taper down dramatically inflammation and re-growth of vessels and reconnect the neurons.

"Umbilical Cord Blood has been known for over 30 years in medicine and it's been shown for this long time, that it is a very safe procedure"

Dr. Nils H. Thoennissen, MD | Medical Director, CBC Health Munich

After undergoing Stem Cell Therapy, Sasa is very grateful and cannot stop thanking him for the professionalism and dedication given by the Medical Staff at CBC Health, who gave him the best medical treatment. He has obtained some improvements after undergoing Stem Cell Therapy, and he hopes that in the future the improvements he will get will be even more, so that he can carry out his usual routine, work, exercise, and others.

Advantages of Stem Cell Therapy based on Sasa’s Experience

Based on the experience of Sasa Todorovic above, there are many advantages can be obtained from undergoing Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke, including:

  • Professional, Care, and Complete Facilities for Regenerative Therapy in one of the best Stem Cell Clinic in the world, CBC Health.
  • Giving hope for improvement, motivating the patient's spirit of life and psychology, after undergoing Stem Cell Therapy, so that health can be better than before.

How to Make an Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment Reservation in CBC Health

In providing the best for all of its patients, CBC Health puts forward some protocols including:

  • Quality: Providing quality and best services for patients.
  • Cleanliness: Ensuring the hygiene of medical devices and various medical procedures performed.
  • Efficiency: Carry out medical procedures and administration according to standards.
  • Innovation: Continuing to innovate to provide the best in the world of health.
  • Care: Listening and understanding the patient's needs and being ready to accommodate all their problems.

Following are the procedures for making an Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment reservation at CBC Health:

1. Contact the CBC Health for Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

The patient can engage with CBC through various digital and remote consultative sessions. This will help discuss patient’s symptoms, and potential treatment options.

2. Submit Necessary Medical Information

Submitting patient’s latest medical evaluations will help CBC doctor’s evaluate the case closely and whether they can help the patient through their protocols.

3. Treatment Options and Costs

If CBC can help the patients using stem cells, they will advise the patient accordingly. The qualified team will provide treatment plan as well as estimated cost of the treatment.

4. Scheduling Treatment

Patients will get a guide for the whole process, as well as get information about the treatment schedule.

5. Preparation and Travel Arrangements

Patients or representatives from the patient's family can coordinate with the Customer Representative to prepare some of the accommodations needed during the treatment.

6. Starting the Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

When the patient arrives at CBC Health, the Medical Staff and Qualified Doctors will be fully responsible for the treatment the patient undergoes.

Patient Requirements for Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

Before undergoing Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment, there are several requirements that patients should know. By knowing these requirements, doctors who treat stroke patients will be able to take the best treatment steps. This will also prevent complications or other unwanted problems in the future. CBC Health will conduct a screening test first to see if the patient is eligible to undergo the Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment. Those requirements are below:

  • The patient does not suffer from any disease that interferes with his current immune function.
  • Patients who have previously received tPA or have undergone endovascular reperfusion are also allowed to undergo Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment.
  • Patients must be willing to visit the location or clinic where this treatment is carried out.
  • The patient does not have a severe mental disorder.
  • The patient has no history of fatal bleeding related to the stroke suffered.
  • The patient does not have an active systemic infection.
  • The patient does not experience acute heart, kidney, liver, and lung organ failure.
  • The patient does not have an active autoimmune disease.
  • Not pregnant or lactating women.
  • Patients who are detected to have complex conditions that are feared will interfere with the process and safety of the Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment being carried out.

Procedures for Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment is performed on patients over a period of 3 - 4 days. Here is a breakdown of the procedure:

Day 1 (Patient Evaluation/Checking)

On the first day, the medical team will check on the patient. In this stage, the patient will follow a series of thorough clinical evaluations, starting from anamnesis, physical examination, and blood analysis.

Day 2 - Day 3 (Treatments)

At this stage, the patient's vital signs (blood pressure, urine output, temperature, heart rate, oxygen saturation, and respiratory rate) will be monitored consistently, i.e. 5 minutes during Cord Blood infusions, every 15 minutes for the first hour, and every 30 minutes for the first 2 hours after the infusion. At certain conditions, and if needed, patients can get close monitoring for 24 hours.

Day 4 (Final Examination)

The day after undergoing the Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment, the patient will undergo a series of final physical evaluations. Patients will also get follow-up information and medical documentation.

How Long Patient Can Improve After Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

Patients who have undergone Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment will generally show fist significant improvement in approximately two to three months after treatment is carried out. However, the patient will be advised to undergo a Neurological Examination which will be performed in 3, 6, and 12 months to confirm the effect of the Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment.

Risks of Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment

In the last 25 years, Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment has been transfused more than 40,000 times worldwide. During this process, the researchers continue to observe what side effects or risks that can arise from Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment. Below are some risks that have a very small percentage to happen:

1. HIV

A risk that can certainly occur due to the process of blood transfusion is done. The percentage of this risk is very small. The comparison is only 1 in 2 million donations can theoretically carry or transmit HIV to their patients.

2. Hepatitis B and C

This is also the risk of other diseases that are transmitted due to the blood transfusion process. The chances are also equally very small, which is only 1 in 2 million donations.

3. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD)

This disease is a very rare type of disease. Generally, the disease is spread by transfusion, but the risk of exposure is very low.

4. Other Common Risks

In the General Medical Literature, some Short Duration Risks which are easy to be controllable can also occur when patients undergo Umbilical Cord Blood Infusion:

  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Allergic reactions
  • Hypertension
  • Varied tastes
  • Mild upper
  • Respiratory Tract
  • Infection
  • Hypotension

Stem Cell Specialists at CBC HEALTH

The presence of Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment is a breakthrough that can provide many advantages for patients. Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment in CBC Health is carried out directly by a highly competent and experienced international specialist, namely Dr. Nils H. Thoennissen. Here is more information about his profile:

Doctor Experience

Profile and Experience of Dr. Nils H. Thoennissen

Dr. Nils H. Thoennissen is an international specialist with over 20 years of experience in regenerative medicine, chronic degenerative disease, and cancer. So far, Dr. Nils H. Thoennissen has contributed clinically to Blood Transfusion Hemotherapy, as well as Umbilical Cord Blood.

Medical Center – CBC Experience Working With Stoke Patients

The Cord Blood Center Group has been a pioneer in the field of regenerative health for more than 20 years. In 2018, a new branch was established in Munich Germany, known as CBC Health Med Munich. Focusing on Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke, many patients have received improvement after undergoing treatment at this clinic.

Germany – Country Where Medicine is at the Cutting Edge

Germany is one of the famous countries in developing Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke. The health care system in Germany is also well known for promoting high standards of cleanliness, quality, efficiency, and innovation.

Center of Excellence for Stroke Patient Using Cord Blood

CBC Health is a reliable Center of Excellence for Stroke Patient Using Cord Blood. Apart from having more than 20 years of experience, CBC Health also has storage of approximately 200,000 Units of Cord Blood and is currently the only clinic that provides the related treatment. Not only that, but patients will also benefit from regenerative repair in the brain which includes Neurotrophic effects, immune benefits, and reduced inflammation.

Change Your Life to be better with Stem Cell Treatment

Thousands of patients struggling to combat stroke they have. Stem Cell Treatment comes to give hope for a better life, as well as continuous improvement. Make your reservation for Stem Cell Therapy today at CBC Health, and improve your quality of life.

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Stories of Patients Suffering from Stroke seeking Stem Cell Treatment in Germany

by: CBC Health

2021-10-11 / Updated on: 2021-10-11



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