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Stem Cell Repair Traumatic Brain Injuries Hypoxia Trauma

UPDATED January 19,2017 – A Brain injury may be defined as an injury from the brain no matter age at onset. A brain injury can result a substantial handicap to the individual who sustained the brain injury and may trigger numerous types of cognitive impairments like lack of focus, memory or other motor-neurological disorders such as ALS or Parkinson’s Disease. A brain injury may also consist of any injury that’s vascular by nature and not traumatic where there was an event that directly caused or instigated the injury. Modern treatment options for head injuries are usually divided into 2 types. Closed head injuries and penetrating head injuries. Overlap for the 2 types does exist and Closed head injury treatments can be further segmented into mild, moderate, or severe/traumatic head injuries.  A brain injury is dissimilar from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or stroke because an exterior force injures the brain in a damaging violent manner. TBI is an injury in the brain which is brought about by some type of traumatic influence. TBI can be caused by a blows to the head, cranial penetration or  even violent tremblings. Depending on the cause and severity of the brain injury, the brain damage can be classified as serious, moderate or mild.(19017556)

Stem Cells to Repair Brain Damage (VDO)

Each region of the human brain and spinal cord possess various types of specialized cells. The Regen Center Neural Cell replacement protocol works by first isolating then expanding of neural stem cells from specific regions that help in the development of the cen­tral nervous system (CNS).

The goal of our Neurocell therapy is to target the damaged areas and then to repair or dead, damaged or diseased cells.

Initial symptoms and signs of the TBI could consist of:

  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision
  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Seizures
  • Memory loss
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Paralysis
  • Coma

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How Stem Cells Reverse Damage From Brain Injuries

Stem cells transplantation into the affected region might be beneficial in certain circumstances wherein the damage is not to severe and has occurred relatively recently. (from 6 mo up to two years after initial Injury) The neural stem cell implantation purpose would be to try to restore signal functions with comparable properties. In situations of TBI, numerous cell kinds are required (glial, neuronal, vascular, endothelial and so on) to regenerate the complex functions of largely damaged region.(22162635)

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Neural Cell Replacement Therapy

In much more severe instances of the traumatic brain related injuries, there are complications that can be fatal. While the rigorousness of the TBI differ broadly, the consequences of it in the long run are frequently devastating and life-changing. TBI are typically very sudden. The physical, non-congenital harm towards the brain by an exterior force may permanently or temporarily disrupt regular brain function. (25072157) Brain characteristics and functions that may be affected include temporary or permanent loss of consciousness, speech, language, memory, character,mobility, joint pain with lupus, and recognition of other people. Since the brain controls all bodily functions, any harm towards the brain, no matter how little or severe it is, can impair physical and psychological activity.

TREATMENT PRECAUTION
The Regeneration Center Does Not Accept Patients With Brain and/or Spinal Injuries older than 24 months old. All Neurodegenerative disease treatments will also require physical ability to travel to Bangkok for the 2-3 week protocol.

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Treatment Options For Brain Injuries


Number of Cell Injections:  2-6 Infusions of Enriched Neural Stem Cells per Treatment stage.
Type of Injections: 
Clinical grade combination therapy using are required for most brain injuries. Our cell delivery systems are very safe and administered via Stereotactic-guided delivery,intramuscular ,Intravenous Drip or Intrathecally.

Rehabilitation Post-Treatment : Physical Rehabilitation therapy in Bangkok is optional depending on the patients travel/time constraints. Complete physical rehabilitation post-therapy and can be provided upon request for 2-4 hours per day and up to 5 days per week. 
Medical visas and extended stay accommodations for the patient and family can also be included upon request.

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Costs Related to Treating Brain Injuries with Stem Cells & Physical Rehab

Our treatments protocol for Traumatic Brain Injuries will require a minimum of 14-21 nights in Bangkok. Due to the significant differences in brain injury treatment requests our neurological stem cell team will need to qualify the potential candidate for treatment. Upon approval, a detailed treatment plan will be provided that will includes the specifics of the treatment plan that will include: total number nights required along with the total medical related expenses including cell extraction,enrichment and infusions (excluding accommodations or flights). To begin the qualification process for the multi-stage TBI neural stem cell transplants,  please prepare your recent medical records such as recent Brain MRI’s,CT Scans or PET Scans (Preferred) and contact us today.

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Comments 9

  1. Good Morning

    My father suffered a cardiac arrest, at the end of January of this year. He was unresponsive for 20 plus minutes which starved his brain of oxygen as a result he has severe Anoxic brain damage (Acquired brain injury).

    He is in a minimally conscious state, he can track people, listen, and show emotion. He can’t respond to commands yet, or verbalize what is the success rate of patient like my father who receive stem cell treatment? also what is the recovery range of such patients?

    thanks

    Andreas Georgiou

  2. I had a severe haemorrhagic stroke 5 years ago in the lower rear right hemisphere of the Cerebrum. I spent 30 days in patent and 120 days later I returned to work. The residual effect after two years of hard work was a very positive one. Not much sleepiness from it, but vertical dizziness became much better (looking up or down). I experienced no confusion and spoke publicly as an instructor.

    My employer transferred me to another office that required that I move. In that move, a concrete mixer rear ended me at a high speed in my car which was filled with the heavy office equipment in the rear of it. Those objects were thrown forward and hit the two holes with no skull bone used for an exploratory Craniotomy about 35 mm. ea. in size.

    The Craniotomy surgery left the nerves on the back of the head useless as they were cut. As a result, I did not feel the impact from the objects. Basically, it was a closed brain injury. I experienced no “blackout” and continued on my journey, however, I ended up in a city I had no intention to go to – and did not remember driving there. I called a good friend on my Cell and told him what happened. He proceeded to instruct me to go to the hospital asap. 3 hours had passed after the accident had occurred.

    MRI’s in the hospital showed no damage to the brain, but my memory, sleepiness, and confusion became much worst over a short period of time.

    My neurologist theorized that the heavy objects that hit the surgical incision for the Craniotomy pushed my brain forward, hitting my front skull bone, damaging my frontal lobe and its function.

    Today, 2.5 years after the accident, I persist in cognition rehabilitation. Issues of the loss of muscles, much poorer short-term memory, generalized severe communication issues, vertical dizziness, and depression have taken over my life now.

    Can any stem cell treatment overcome some if not most of these issues?

  3. My daughter age 37 yrs suffered Hypoxic brain injury 12 days back, following a cardiac arrest due to massive Plurmology Embolism. She is out of ventilator but still in unconscious state with Motor 2 response. Any possible treatment?

  4. My son is 14 months and drown but has some function for breathing only can i possibly get the other functions back

  5. My father suffered brain stroke after his fourth cardiac arrest on 22nd feb 2017 .

    His brain was depreived of oxygen for almost 20 minutes.
    He was on ventilator and other life support system for 3 days.
    Right now he is in vegetative coma and has not resume full consciousness. He moves his eyes and sometimes also moves his other body parts.
    He has history of heart problem.
    He suffered his 1st minor heart attack in September 2005 and again suffered a major cardiac arrest after 4-5 days due to wrong treatment. He was then shifted to other hospital where he had undergone angioplasty surgery.
    He recovered well after this.
    10 years later(december 2015) he again had a cardiac arrest and his stent was replaced by a new stent.

    Will stem cell therapy help him to recover?

  6. My main problem is sleeping disability and mitochondria. Problem started after high dose fluoroquinolone (13.000mg total doze in two weeks course of nucleus fluoride base) medication on August 2015. Can stem cells help?

  7. My problems are pain in spinal cord, neck and often in head (when I use brain too much).
    Problems with memory, concentration, and vision. Vision is blurred. Dots in vision.
    Problems came about in Connection with high-dose medication of valaciclovir in March-June 2015.
    In April-May I took 6 gram per day, in March 4 grams per day.
    In short, I suffer the consequences of neurotoxicity.
    EEG was normal, and MR (brain) only shows some minor Changes in frontal cortex (that however are within the normal range according to one Swedish doctor).

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