Unique Stem Cell Treatment for Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI)

UPDATED July 15, 2020 – Spinal cord injuries occur in many ways, such as a traumatic accident or hit to the spinal cord that results in a fracture of the vertebrae. The actual damage to the spinal cord begins on impact when displaced bone fragments and/or ligaments tear into or bruise spinal cord tissue. Most spinal cord injuries do not completely sever the spinal cord but cause enough damage to cause fractures that can disable or destroy the axons. As the signal carriers of the human body, Axons carry the electric signals and act as a messenger between the body and the brain. Most spinal injuries usually cause damage to some or all of the axons.

What is an Acute Spinal Cord Injury?

Our spinal cord is a thick bundle of nerves that is designed to carry signals between our brain and the rest of our body. Acute spinal cord injuries usually occur after sudden & traumatic injury. The SCI can be as minor as a contusion (bruise), a partial tear, or a complete spinal cord tear (transection). Spinal injures are also more common in young adults and men.

A traumatic spinal cord injury can result in an instant loss of movement, touch feelings, and reduction in organ function below the damaged vertebrae. The most common areas of spinal injuries are in the cervical ( neck ) and thoracic spine areas. Spinal injuries are one of the most common causes of permanent disability and death in both children and adults.

The human spine consists of 33 vertebrae in total including:

  • 7 in the cervical spine (neck)
  • 12 in the thoracic spine (upper back)
  • 5 in the lumbar spine (lower back)
  • 5 in the sacral area (sacrum, is located in the pelvis area)
  • 4 in the coccygeal (the coccyx is also located in the pelvis area)

These 33 vertebrae help to form our spine and also to protect the spinal cord and nerve bundles. Generally speaking, the higher the spine injury, the more severe the patient’s symptoms are. Injuries to the vertebrae do not necessarily mean the spinal cord is damaged and damage to the spinal column can occur without dislocations or breaks in the vertebrae.

1 Year After Stem Cells for Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal injuries are usually classified into two main categories:

  • Complete Injuries are indicated by a total loss of sensory or motor functions below the point of Injury.
  • Incomplete Injury is when the person can still relay some messages but in a limited capacity.

Survivors of SCI from sports-related injuries also start suffering for other medical complications such as chronic pain or bowel and bladder dysfunction with increased susceptibility to having heart or respiratory problems. The success of any treatment for spinal cord Injuries depends entirely on how well our doctors can manage the systematic failures and chronic conditions through targeted regeneration therapy.

Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries

Stem-cell-treatment-of-Spinal-Cord-InjuryCell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries focuses on the regeneration of Axons between your brain and body that have been severely limited or non-existent after your accident. Our Stem cell transplants for spinal cord injury helps patients eliminate pain, regain bladder and bowel function, regain lost sensations, and regenerate visceral motor neurons while minimizing other issues such as cramps or depression from Injury. Conventional treatments do not address regeneration and focus on pain management, rehab, and the reduction of secondary damage.

Cell-based treatments take a more proactive approach and look to boost the humans’ natural repair cycle by stimulating/enhancing the repair of damaged cells and tissue. Repairing spinal cords for victims goes beyond any traditional techniques to help you regain some/all of the lost functions. Clinical trials have shown that cell turnover and death is very normal and occurs naturally when the body’s cells are injured or aged. These dead cells are usually surrounded by healthy and damaged cells. Our treatment protocol for Sciatica and spinal transection helps boost the healing of these dead or injured cells through targeted cytokine therapy that makes uses nerve growth factors and paracrine signaling to trick the body into restarting the healing process.

Treating C5 Spinal Cord Injury with Multi-Vector Cell Delivery

Repairing Spinal Cord Injury Damage

The Regen center has a unique combination protocol for the treatment of neurological & spinal cord injuries using a multi-step approach. Once our medical team has reviewed the patient current medical condition and determined the appropriate course of action, a detailed plan will be provided. If the patient does not have the quality or quantity of enhanced mesenchymal stem cells needed, cord tissue-derived MSC+ cells will be needed. These cells can be stored using our cryopreservation facility for over 20 years if needed.

MSC+ mesenchymal stem cells treatment for spinal cord injuries is not appropriate for all cases. Patients with complete injuries, unidentifiable tissue damage, travel restrictions, or severe structural problems may not qualify for treatment.

For severe cases with extensive nerve cell atrophy treatments will require expanded MSC+ mesenchymal stem cells and nerve cell growth factors get injected near the damaged spinal areas via a CT-guided intra-spinal machine. The MSC+ protocol for spinal cord injuries is unique as it is the only treatment in the world that offers supplemental injections with nerve cell-specific growth factors to enhance recovery further using lumbar punctures, Intrathecal injections or IV drip injections depending on the severity of the patients’ injuries or if paralyzed.


CT-guided stem cell injections are the platinum standard in modern regenerative medicine especially when dealing with transection of the spinal cord. The precision of the CT guidance allows our team to aim directly adjacent areas of lesions or injury. The CT-guided spinal treatment DO NOT require dangerous open spine surgeries. CT-guided stem cell injections also help patients avoid the risks and pain of additional surgeries associated with traditional treatments for spinal cord injury.(24090088)

Stem Cell Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury – Protocol Overview


Treatment Objective and Expected Outcomes

The objectives of our spinal injury treatment center is to help repair damage in a natural and safe manner. Our treatments take place on the cellular level and only affect the areas near to the point of impact. Positive results can be pretty dramatic if the injury is less than 2 years ago. For those with older injuries, traumatic brain injuries, severely degenerative spinal discs, osteonecrosis, peripheral neuropathy or spinal muscular atrophy the chances of full recovery become significantly more difficult with passing time. Newer injuries to tissue, cartilage or ligaments respond much better to stem cell treatments. The recovery after treatment will require a lot of dedication and rehabilitation sessions. Physical improvements are noticeable around 2-3 months after the initial treatment and the results are permanent.(24191264)


Benefits of Neural Progenitor Cells

  • Eliminate chronic cramps & pain
  • Increased range of motion
  • Control bladder and bowel movement
  • Spastic
  • Reduce muscle tension
  • Improved overall blood circulation “Angiogenesis”
  • Slowed muscle atrophy
  • Improved Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Improved motor functions
  • Increased sexual functions
  • Increase muscle strength
  • Normal perspiration
  • Normal skin temperature

Spinal Injury Treatment Risks & Precautions:

  • Young adults and children respond much better to Enhanced stem cell treatments. Patients from their early 30s to late 70’s have also tested better after stem cells.
  • Injuries at or near the cervical area respond better to treatment, most likely due to better blood circulation.
  • Incomplete spinal cord injuries have higher success rates than complete injuries.
  • Early stages (6 months to 2-year-old) injuries generally will have much better results than injuries over two years old traditionally do not respond well.(22145512)

Cost of Spinal Stem Cell Treatment

Treatment prices and costs at our stem cell treatment center for spinal cord injuries depend on the severity of the Injury and protocol needed. The treatment requires a minimum of 14-30 days in Thailand. To qualify for a spinal treatment protocol and receive a complimentary treatment plan with fixed prices, our doctors will need to understand the needs via recent MRIs, CT-Scans, and clinical diagnosis from your primary care physician or home country. The final plan and medical costs will include all hospital fees, rehabilitation costs, doctors fees, lab work, stem cell collection, and cell expansion costs. mesenchymal stem cell banking is also available at an additional cost. Short-term apartment options are also available for patients and families. Residents of Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia & the United States may qualify for medical financing. Please contact us for more details.

To learn more about our combination MSC+ stem cell therapy for acute spinal cord injuries, please contact us.

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  • Hello, guest
  • My mother met with an accident and has a c4 tetraplegia, any possibility for a treatment?
    • Support Team
      Hello Mr Gautam, Thank you for contacting The Regeneration Center about treatment for C4 spinal injuries. We have emailed you the information that you requested.
  • I the patient recovery videos on youtube and am very interested. last year i was in an car accident and got a C5/C6/C7 incomplete spinal cord injury. I had surgery the day after and been going to rehabilitation. I have ok sensation and able to move my wrists but not move some fingers or move my legs completely. My bladder function is also not that great and sometimes need assistamce urinating. My question is based on what im describing scan stem cells help recover some bladder function and maby recover some leg function?. I've looked and multiple places to get treatments but havnt been able to travel becuase of COVID. We have been to Asia before that is not a problem. please contact me.
    • Support Team
      Hello Mr Hutchison, Thank you for contacting The Regeneration Center about treatment for c5 spinal cord injuries. We have emailed you the information that you requested.
  • I was recently in an accident and diagnosed spinal cord injury in the C3/4 level and my docs tell me I will requires trachy care, intermittent catherterisations and bowel care for the rest of my life. Its been a rough few months for me and my doctors are not being much help for me right now and basically telling me there is nothing they can do for me so I’m looking for solutions elsewhere. Its not a complete injury so is this something you can help with? Kindest regards. Tammy
  • My name is Khalid Hesamaddin had an accident 3 years ago in January 2015. I fell from a 30ft high roof and sustained a spinal cord injury and right sided skull fracture damaged C5.lm a highly dependent individual who has 24hrs care. I have no independent mobility and im wheelchair dependent requires regular assistance with positional changes. 
  • Hii this is Vishnu Chaudhary from India I m the patient of spinal cord injury d3 d4 accidentally in 2008 and after 4 days I was operate.I have a sensation in whole body but it's not a proper sensation 70%/100% I have also a motor power in toe,fingures and right knee and also a spastic movement.I have sensation in bladder and bowel . Then my bladders is full I can feel but no power so I m using nelaton catheter (use and through)I have sense of stool release but can't release it .No bad sore no pressure sore.when u say I will send our full medical report. Plz give me some information about ur latest stimulation treatment and suggestions can I walk again or release stool and urine myself plz .
  • Hello, my name is Munir from Nigeria, i am spinal cord injury patient I have read about your establishment, and i am convinced by your way of treatment, about two years ago i was attacked by some gangs and stabbed with a knife, i have a transection at T3/T4
  • Concerning an incomplete C4-5 injury 10 yrs prior, what is being done to address scar tissue around area of contusion prior to stem cell treatment? Understand this needs to be treated prior. Thank you.
  • Would you please to send treatment protocol for Sciatica and spinal cord injuries as well for others degenerative process PD, AD, MS. etc/
  • Bonjour, Last november doctors discovered an abscess on my spine. After 2 monhts of crippling back they kept insisting it was just muscle spasms. A few months ago i woke up with alot of tingling in both legs. After after a few hours i fell over because my legs stopped working. I had to have emergency surgery to drain but still have no movement in my legs. After months of therapy I have to barely wiggle my toes which is a good sign. I want to push the issue more and try stem cell therapy to hopefully gain some movement back in my hands and legs. later, I could walk with a walker.Right now i am easily exhausted, and the prescription for baclofen has really bad side effects and makes me very tired. Can you help? I have all my recent tests that i want to send you for review. Pleas contacts me.
  • I'm very interested in your stem cell treatment for my spinal cord injury. I have an incomplete injury in C5 to C7. Trying to be realistic with what is possible today so please contact me as soon as someone in your hospital can.
  • What If a doctor puts a bunch of stem cells on a serious injury like neck or back or something. Will the injury heal faster? How do your doctors know if the cells will differentiate in the proper area. I have car accident a few years ago and still have not seen improvement with my condition. Heard about you in the news and wanted to see what you may offer.