Spinal Cord Injury Treatment
Get Free Consultation on Stem Cell Therapy For Spinal Cord Injury Treatment
Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury
In a variety of clinical trials and data, it has been evident that stem cells can naturally regenerate lost neurons, generating new supporting cells that will re-form the insulating nerve sheath (myelin) and act as a bridge across the injury to stimulate regrowth of damaged axons for spinal cord injury treatment. With the employment of adult autologous stem cells from your own bone marrow and adipose tissue, it is now possible to find out a permanent symptomatic solution for the same by exploiting stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury treatment.
Some of the commonly associated problems within this spinal cord injury treatment:
Spinal Cord Malformations
Spina Bifida is a kind of a congenital malformation, i.e. a birth defect in which an area of the spinal cord is not formed properly, leaving behind the section of the spinal cord and the spinal nerves exposed through an opening in the back. The defect is also called as the neural tube defect affecting the backbone and sometimes the spinal cord. It is associated with three forms based on the severity of the disease.
Spina Bifida Occulta
It is usually a symptomless form, characterized by the defect or gap with one or more of the small bones of the vertebrae of the spine. In this case, the spinal cord and nerves are usually normal and most affected individuals can live their normal life. It comprises of the formation of cysts or membrane surrounding the spinal cord pokes through the open part of the spine. However, the variable cyst can be removed by surgery.
The most severe form of the defect wherein the cyst holds the nerve root of the spinal cord or often the cord itself. In some cases, there may not be any cyst but only a fully exposed portion of the spinal cord often associated with the hydrocephalus. Hydrocephalus is the condition associated with a rapid collection of the cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.
The severe form of Spina Bifida needs to be attended promptly generally within 24 – 48 hrs after birth. Prompt surgery is the only available treatment option to avoid nerve infection and additional damage. However, nerve damage that has already occurred cannot be reversed and limb paralysis and bladder and bowel problem usually remain. For such defects, stem cells have shown tremendous advances in the form of expression of neurons, glia and myoblasts in the defective spinal cord. They are known to induce the surrounding spinal tissue to express neurotrophic factors.
Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury: Advancells Protocol
At Advancells we are exploiting the most potent stem cells isolated from patients own bone marrow or adipose tissue or maybe both depending on the assessment. Our top priority is to provide a very comprehensive and individualized treatment pattern which is best suited for the patients undergoing stem cell treatment for spinal cord injury. With extensive research these challenges are now comprehensible to therapeutic ventures resulting in new treatments of spinal cord injury using autologous treatment/allogenic transplant for adipose-derived mesenchymal stromal cells treatment and bone marrow stromal cells treatment. This new insight on the treatment of spinal cord injury has helped in identifying the potential to overcome spinal cord injury with stem cells, primarily using autologous stem cell transplant in form of hematopoietic stem cell transplant or mesenchymal stromal cells treatment.
Procedure of Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury through Stem Cells Therapy
Processing of stem cells
CAUSES OF Spinal cord injury
Sudden traumatic injury
Diseases like arthritis
Damage to nerve fibers
SYMPTOMS OF Multiple sclerosis
Loss of movement and sensation
Loss of bowel or bladder control
Exaggerated reflex activities or spasms
Changes in sexual function
Pain and deformed posture
Why Choose Stem Cell Therapy Spinal Cord Injury?
Must Read Articles on Spinal Cord Injuries
Back pain due to degenerative disk disease is caused by changes in the spine disks. These disks act as shock absorbers and help in retaining back flexibility. As one gets older with age, these spine disks show signs of wear and tear, affecting the flexibility and...
Our Knees are the most hardworking joints of our body. Did you know that every time you climb up the stairs, your knees carry up to 5 times your body weight! Sometimes putting a lot of weight on your knees can “freeze” the knees which make them impossible to bend or...
One of the most disastrous inabilities is Spinal cord injury (SCI), with reports of 29.5 cases….
Statistics of Overall Improvement of Spinal Cord Injury through Stem Cell Therapy
Spinal Cord Injuries are emergencies that should be treated immediately. Current treatment pattern includes intake of steroids to reduce damage due to inflammation, swelling etc. With advancements in modern science, innovation in regenerative therapies, in vitro techniques for stem cells isolation, concentration and delivery are a great way to vastly improve the overall quality of life for patients suffering from Spinal Cord Injuries. The information guide available below covers every aspect of the disease that one should be aware of regarding the treatment of Spinal Cord Injuries via stem cells.
Recent Spinal Cord Injuries Patient Case Stories
Majority of the patients treated at Advancells have shown marked improvement in bladder and bowel control function, improvement in muscle spasm and lesser neurogenic pain. Regenerative Therapy Innovations allow patients to get better control of their life and see improvements in their condition.
Find out how Stem Cell Therapy Is improving the lives of Spinal Cord Injury patients
Advancells is a strong advocate of greater transparency in medical procedures in general and Stem Cells Procedures in particular. As a part of our effort of bringing transparent procedures to our clients, we provide each client a Third Party Certificate (from an internationally accredited lab) for the cell count and viability of the cells that we are able to process from the autologous cell source of the patient. To view the sample copy of the certificate click here