Autism is a developmental, neurological disorder characterized by the degradation of social interactions, communication, mood swings, anxiety and repetitive behaviour. Autism affects information processing in the brain by changing the way nerve cells are connected. Autism can occur in all families, regardless of social background, race and ethnicity.
To date, no cure has been discovered for those diagnosed with autism. The focus is on special education programs, behavior therapy, speech and language therapy, social skills therapy and occupational therapy. However, recent development in stem cell therapies offers hope for those dealing with this disease. In recent years, studies in the field of stem cells showed a considerable improvement in the behavior of children with autism.
Stem cells are the body's mechanism of repair, having a regenerative capability and the ability to develop (limitless) into different types of cells, such as brain cells, red blood cells, or muscle cells.
The stem cell therapy for autism improves the blood and oxygen flow to the patient’s brain. These cells also replace the damaged neurons and stimulate the new arteries’ formation. Stem cells can achieve the affected cells’ properties and characteristics, restoring and multiplying both white matter and gray matter. Therefore, the intellectual capacity and neurological symptoms are improved.
Stem cell therapy for treating autism arose following the various investigations made in order to reverse existing abnormalities in autism spectrum disorders. Mesenchymal stem cells from allogeneic transplantation can regulate the immune system and is believed to have a role in treating autism.
The stem cell therapy for autism works with: immunity, memory, thinking, learning capacity, communication capacity and metabolism.
By now, scientific research into stem cells has discovered several types of stem cells. The most commonly studied and used stem cell therapies at the moment involve the use of:
The price of stem cell treatments or course therapies that use stem cell technology and research is determined by both treatment facilities’ geographic location and the stage of autism that is being treated. Medical travellers are advised to make a solid research upon stem cell therapy, treatments and protocols and examine the case studies and history in different foreign destinations.
In Mexico, the stem cell therapy for autism packages cost approximately $8300, while in Germany prices start from $8550. In Ukraine, patients pay around $10000 for a customizable package. South Korea is another destination patients choose, paying approximately $20000 for the treatment - this price is for one session of treatment (usually specialists recommend 5 sessions, or depending on each patient)
Patients travelling to foreign countries may save tens of thousands of dollars or up to 70% on stem cell treatments and therapies. Travellers to India may pay approximately $12,000 for a stem cell therapy for autism, while those opting for China will spend about $23000. See here an approximate cost of stem cell therapy for Autism. Contact us for more details.
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Stem Cell Therapy is still an experimental treatment. Any information related to stem cell therapy provided in this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace a consultation with a licensed physician nor be construed as medical advice or any emergency health need you may be expecting.
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