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How It Happened
On December 28, 2006, Damla experienced a cramp in her head and felt to the ground. When she tried to stand up again, she had no feelings in her left arm and leg. She fainted and an epileptic seizure followed. Damla stayed in the hospital for 5.5 months. In 2007 her physicians told her that only limited improvements were to be expected and that she had to learn to accept her life as it was. Damla started to look for alternative therapies and was informed by her family in 2009 about various treatment options.
She decided to go for stem cell treatment.
Treatment with Adult Stem Cells, January 13, 2010
During consultation, Damla was diagnosed with:
- Incomplete stroke right side of the MCA
- Organic Brain Syndrome
It was suggested to do stem cell treatment via minimum invasive surgery directly into her brain.
On January 13, 2010, Damla was treated. She tolerated the procedures very well, experiencing only limited side-effects. After surgery, she felt tired and had a light headache. All side effects were temporary and gone after 4 to 5 days.
After only 4 days, Damla’s spasticity decreased. Her hands were more flexible and less stiff. After a one-week recovery, Damla went back to school again; fully recovered from the surgery.
After a few months, she noticed more improvements. Damla could use her elbow better and had improved fine motor functions. Presently, she walks better; using her feet entirely and not just her toes.
Damla was advised to start additional NCS therapy. NCS (Neuro Cell Stimulation Therapy) is a specialized rehabilitation program, specially designed to compliment stem cell therapy.