Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebellar Ataxia Motor Ataxia Cell Treatment for Cerebellar Ataxia Motor Ataxia

Stem Cell Therapy for Ataxia

Ataxia occurs through a disruption in bodies equilibrium brought about primarily through a lesion in the frontal lobe.

Friedreich’s ataxia sclerosis, is another type of Ataxia but Friedreich’s is basically hereditary. Lesions similar to those found in multiple Sclerosis can be found from the lateral and dorsal columns from the spine. The lesions generally start during childhood are are accompanied by speech impairment, ataxia, scoliosis,peculiar movements, frequent hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and even paralysis.

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Motor ataxia is the inability to manage the coordination of the muscles. Sensory ataxia is called such because of the proprioceptive area between the peripheral nerves and the motor cortex is lost. This loss results in uncoordinated movements, that becomes more apparent when an individual’s eyes are closed.

Ataxia-telangiectasia is a serious progressive form of cerebellar ataxia, that is related to ab-normal eye movements, oculocutaneous telangiectasia, immunodeficiency, and sinopulmonary disease.


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       Stem cells Therapy for Ataxia

Stem cell treatments for Ataxia are without a doubt the most promising treatment solution for those seeing the ability to repair/reverse this kind of permanent brain damage. Stem cells are essentially un-specialized cells that can be differentiated into any type of cell or tissue in the human body. Stem cells are unique since they can reproduce themselves and divide indefinitely. Adult stem cells are able to also create specialized cells such as:

The ability to make new cells and tissues in the body indicates clearly that adult stem cells can be used to replace diseased and damaged body

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  1. June 2, 2014
    I have spino cerebral ataxia which my doctor say is neuro-degenerative disorder. We think it is hereditary since my brother also have same disease. I want to know if there is any hope for us to completely cure this disorder using your stem cell therapy? I read about your patient who had stem cells treatment for ataxia in Thailand last year, but have not known how she is doing now. Someone please contact me. I have my recent report from doctor in UK. Reply
    • July 10, 2014
      Hello Mr Al-Sadr, Thanks for contacting us. Please email us with more information. Our email is info (@) Reply
  2. December 12, 2013
    I was just recently diagnosed with Ataxia. Cant say im surprised though as my mom had friedrichs type ataxia which is what I initially thought i had after my results showed SCA type 2. I am told it will affects my entire nervous system and even some organs. Ive been doing all my research and have decided that my best option will be to cell therapy. I have been unable to find any clinical trials taking place do you? Please send me options i have if we come to Thailand for treatment. Thank You Reply

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