Stem Cell Therapy in Cerebral Palsy

Stem cell therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that entails extracting autologous stem cells and instilling them in the affected area in order to stimulate the body’s natural healing process. An autologous cell treatment means that the surgeon only uses your body’s own cells, which are then re-injected into the problem area in the body. This also means there is no risk of shock from receiving an allogenic cell treatment because your body does not have to get used to a foreign object going inside it. So, the patient can continue with their daily tasks without falling ill or feeling any symptoms.

A treatment plan will never be exactly the same for all children who have cerebral palsy. Patients tend to show more significant improvements after having received stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy, with subsequent rehabilitation. Whether traditional or unconventional, it has to be specific and carefully planned out in order to accomplish the best possible outcome. However, this is only possible by thoroughly evaluating the child during their individualized therapy so that doctors can observe how they respond to each type of treatment plan beforehand. Treating a patient in this way allows for immense progress after the first round of therapies is completed! In the end, if a good medical team surrounds you or your child with love and support, there is nothing quite like getting in touch with nature and knowing you always have something just as strong and powerful on your side - Stem Cells! Consider getting in touch with Dr. Rajpu’s Stem Cell Research Center.