STEM CELL THERAPY FOR STROKE
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot and ruptures or bursts. As a consequence, part of the brain cannot get the blood (and oxygen) it requires, thus brain cells die. Stroke often results in (one-side) paralysis, loss of speech and cognitive abilities.
Due to their reported ability to differentiate into neurons and astrocytes to replace the dead or injured neurons, we utilize Mesenchymal stem cells, as a potential treatment remedy for stroke patients.
In order for us to assess the patient’s suitability for stem cell therapy we need details on the recency of the stroke, the level of disability and paralysis relating to the stroke, and specific information on the condition of the patient.
For suitable candidates we offer an extensive treatment protocols for stroke patients which includes the option of applying hundreds of millions of umbilical cord tissue cells, or harvesting and applying large quantities of mesenchymal stem cells, usually drawn from the patient’s own bone marrow. This treatment includes other supportive treatments and therapies with an aim to maximize the treatment effectiveness. Stem cells harvested from the patient’s own bone marrow will also be sent to a specialist COFEPRIS licensed laboratory for further cultivation, and differentiation for further injections.
Typically a stroke patient will spend a minimum of 5 days at our clinic.
We can also offer stem cell treatment using donor stem cells which are provided from a licensed laboratory.
To contact us for an initial consultation email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 (619) 344 0565.