Stem Cell Treatment for Brain Strokes Hemiplegia & CVA

UPDATED January 19,2019 – A “stroke” is a term to describe an interruption of blood flow and oxygen to parts of our brains. There are 2 main types and causes of brain strokes that we treat at our centre.

  1. A stroke caused by blockage of the blood vessels that supply blood to our brain is known as an ischemic stroke and is generally the most common type of strokes we treat at the regeneration Centre of Thailand. Ischemic strokes are usually caused by blood clots or stenosis (narrowing of the blood arteries.) Stenosis if often caused by poor habits that lead to atherosclerosis causing thick artery walls, hardening and also a loss of elasticity which leads to decreasing blood flow. Other factors include a family history of strokes/genetics, atrial fibrillation,heart disease, Congestive heart failurediabetes, high cholesterol and Smoking.(24719869)
  2. A hemorrhagic stroke is usually caused rupture in the blood vessels. There are several causes for a hemorrhagic stroke including aneurysms,weak spots on the arterial walls and Hypertension or High blood pressure. There are 2 main types of hemorrhagic strokes. Intracerebral hemorrhaging (brain blood vessel leaks blood inside the brain) and subarachnoid hemorrhaging (bleeding brain membranes into the fluid–filled areas surrounding the brain.


Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Strokes

For most people, the symptoms of a stroke typically start without prior warning and can last from just a few seconds to a few minutes. Some fortunate patients recover quickly without further damage or issues buy for many this is not the case. The symptoms and warning signs often depend on which area of brain gets affected. Severe strokes affect larger areas thus more physical functions are likely lost.

Currently, the only traditional treatments of ischemic strokes requires restoration of proper blood flow back into the affected area by using a mechanical device or thrombolytics that physically removes any brain clots. The use of thrombolytics is very beneficial if introduced a few hours after the patient displays stroke symptoms but not very effective the longer a patient waits. This means that only a few stroke patients are able to take advantage of this therapy due to the timing requirements.

How to Reverse Stroke Damage


The damage to the brain is usually done when proper flow of oxygen and blood is stopped or blocked for a period of time. It is critical to get immediate medical intervention to try to restore the normal circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain and avoid long term damage. We typically recommend having active treatments like neural stem cell replacement as quickly as possible following a stroke to avoid the chances of lesions forming which lead to scar tissue that cannot be repaired after a certain length of time causing permanent paralysis with peripheral neuropathic pain in ischemic stroke patients

Neuroregeneration Therapy Post Stroke Treatment

Stem cell treatment for Brain Strokes and ataxia offers and effective alternative medical treatment to target and repair the brain tissue damage to try and recover lost functions along with measurable neurological improvements .(23305673) Traditional treatments for stroke patients can only manage the symptoms but cannot do much to try to repair the damaged tissue or replace the deal cells. Clinical Grade Neural Stem cell infusions on the other hand focus on the underlying cause of the patient’s injury and not just mask the symptoms. Neural stem cell transplants are safe and painless to inject and have shown to survive transplantation and begin differentiating into fresh neurons in the patients brain tissue. In addition to replacement of damaged cells, replacement therapy can also induce endogenous neural precursors that help boost the brain’s’ structural neuroplasticity, regulate pro-inflammatory cytokines and the neuronal apoptotic death process.


Neural stem cell therapy works by targeting the brain’s neural circuitry that controls all motor function. The cells are first enhanced in our stem cell lab in Bangkok then injected intravenously, via lumbar puncture or near the motor neurone tracts close to the lesions in an attempt to promote regeneration and repair through the section of Cytokines and nerve growth factors. The benefits are gradual however most patients we accept show immediate improvements after the first or second infusions and continue to show improvement 3-6 months post therapy. The results are permanent but will require consistent physical and speech rehabilitation after treatment to allow the brain to return to proper function especially for cases with cerebral hemorrhaging and cerebral infarction.(22299451)


Other noticeable Improvements of Stem cell therapy for Strokes include:

  • Improved physical coordination and posture
  • Improved speech with decreased symptoms of facial palsy
  • Improved lower body movements
  • Ability to stand unassisted
  • Improved hand eye coordination with improvements in fine motor skills especially with hands, fingers and toes
  • Increase in overall muscle strength
  • Improvements in overall blood circulation
  • Reduction in muscle tension
  • Improved sensations in face and limbs

Based on our experiences the most successful patients started treatment earlier rather than later. Lack of oxygen to the brain can cause rapid damage and failure to other vital organs.(19017556) If you or a loved one are unable to get stem cell therapy quickly after a stroke we recommend daily use of a hyperbaric oxygen chambers, External counterpulsation therapy (ECP), pulsed electromagnetic therapy (PEMFT) to areas on the back of the patients head, neural growth factors,nutritional iv injections and/or periodic acceleration therapy (pGz).

Please Note that not all patients qualify for treatment of Traumatic brain Injuries,cerebrovascular insults (CVI),cerebrovascular accidents (CVA) such as Strokes. Patients with old injuries, complicated underlying conditions or travel restrictions may not qualify for our 2-3 week neural cell replacement protocol in Bangkok.

Stroke Cell Therapy Overview

Our unique brain stem cell treatment protocols for treatment of neurological conditions such as Traumatic brain injuries, Parkinson’s, ALS, Motor Neuron Disease and Brain Strokes are focused on treating the root cause by repairing the damaged cells and tissue through targeted replacement of neural cells. The strength and scope of the stroke treatment protocol depends primarily on the patients current physical needs. The treatment we offer is thorough and will require 2 – 3 weeks in Bangkok depending on the severity.


The total Cell injections needed to treat Brain Strokes effectively ranges from 3-8 infusions of enriched neural cells. Our treatment calls for the use of expanded neural stem cells are administered via Intravenous Drips “IV Drips”, Intrathecally and/or guided lumbar puncture.

Physical and Speech Rehabilitation is highly recommended after treatment. We have partnered with Bangkok Hospital to offer complete Post-Therapy Physical Rehabilitation or will recommend accredited therapist in your home country depending on where you live. Medical visas and accommodations for extended stay can also be provided upon request.


Stroke Treatment and Rehabilitation with Stem Cells

Due to varying degrees of severity, our medical team will need to review the patients medical records and diagnostic imaging results. Once the medical review is complete we can know if the patient is a good candidate or not and provide a fixed cost for the entire treatment. The Regen Center offers complimentary “second opinions” and medical reviews. To help us make an accurate assessment and provide a detailed treatment plan our medical staff will need to review the patients recent medical records including any imaging results from Brain MRI’s or CT Scans.(Results less than 3 months Old are needed to make an accurate assessment)

To begin the pre-qualification process for our multi-stage stroke treatment please contact us today.

Request Evaluation

Published Clinical Citations



  • Hello, guest
  • Dear mr/mrs, I am now 51 years and live in the Netherlands. In 2017 february 9th a had a stroke.A brainstem stroke. I had a headache since october 2016. At the Maastad hospital they made 2 mri scans and they could not find anything. In late january 2017 they found (after a 2 color ct scan) that in my brain the blood flows in one certain vein both side. During that time my bp and blood sugar was always oke. Still my bp and blood sugar is oke. But now i am paralyzed on my right side and i have difficulties with my speech. Is there hope for me. What are the cost for stem cell treatment. How long do you have to stay there.
  • Hi My husband named Nandish who is 38 years old got bleed in brain stem and it's been 3 weeks now.  As per CT scan 50% blood has been diluted and from past one week he has control on breathing but no conscious yet. And Dr.  Said his left body is paralysed BP is fluctuating and trying to control that through medicines.. Please let us know what are our next steps and how, will he be able to come back to his normal life 
    • Support Team
      Hello Mrs Nandish, Thank you for contacting the Regeneration Center. Based on the information provided your husband would not be a good candidate for treatment of Brainstem hemorrhage as it would not be safe for him to travel safely to Thailand. Please continue to work with his primary care neurologist to stabilize his condition and contact us again when he gets discharged from the hospital.
  • My dad had a major hemorrhagic stroke on this past Friday and now he is in a coma. According to the doctors, the bleed damaged about 75% of his brain, although his body still has it's natural reflexes. His doctors seem to be taking a traditional conservative approach and state that we don't have any options but to let him pass away. I am writing to see if there is a way to reverse the stroke damage using stem cells? Time is definitely of the essence and I would greatly appreciate if someone can contact me as soon as possible. Thank you.
    • Support Team
      Hello Mrs Tonya, Thank you for contacting us about your treatment for hemorrhagic brain stroke. An email was sent to you with the information requested.
  • My father had a pretty massive right side hemorrhagic stroke affecting the basal ganglia region in January. fortunate for us that he was at home when it happened but our docs told us it was pretty severe requiring a craniectomy and ventricular drains  to help with the pressure and hematoma. Its been a few months, and he is responsive but says he feels pain on both sides. He was lucky to not be be paralyzed but his quality of life has really gone down. Our doctors have not really given us any options and we are afraid of losing him. Is there a way to reverse stroke damage using stem cells? please contact me as soon as possible.
  • My wife suffered a hemorrhagic stroke some 12 months ago. She is paralyzed on the right side of her body and has no speech but 100% cognition. Her physio sessions have greatly improved her muscle and body control on the left side. She becomes very emotional unpredictably and untypically aggressive. Any information as to medications that may be recommended/not recommended would be appreciated as would any other suggestions
  • My Dad had an intercranial hemmoraghic stroke approx 2 years ago on 2/3/15. He has right side paralysis and severe aphasia. I am interested in further information regarding treatments.. He has MRIs and neuro reports. Thanks Tara Dolen (daughter)
  • My wife is 57 and she suffered a haemorrhagic stroke June 2016. She has had a partial recovery but has no movement in her left hand and arm but she is now starting to get slight movement in left leg following physiotherapy and acupuncture and can stand with help but cannot transfer yet. Her speech is good and her right hand side is good with only slight weakness. What help can you offer.
    • My wife is 55 and she suffered a stroke March 2016. She has had a partial recovery and initially no movement in her left hand and arm and leg but she is now starting to get slight movement in her left hand and arm and good recovery of her left leg movement following physiotherapy and acupuncture and can stand and walk. Her speech is excellent and her right hand side is excellent as well. What help can you offer.
  • Hello My name is Raida but writing in regards to my mother who had a stroke about 7 months ago. She is completely paralyzed; can't talk or speak. I am inquiring in regards to treatment.
  • M Y Dad is 88 and had a Ischemic Stroke Feb ruary 28 2015. Right side effecting left. He can move leg and arm but cannot use hand yet. Walks slowly with o ne sided walker an d help. Is he good can didate for stem cell therapy? He Iives inHagerstown MD
  • I am a 62 year old hemorrhagic stroke survivor.I had my stroke April fools day of last year.I have paralysis on my left side and 75% of my head. I also have drupping on my right side of face and no feeling on right side of mouth when I chew. PLEASE help me. My son ,Michael was supposed to email you my medical records from George Washington Hospital. Either let my son or myself know how to procede. Sincerely, Mark Kotsatos
  • I am 51 years old lady.i had ischaemic stroke in 2012, paralysed my right side.since then I continuously felt tired right leg and hand remain weak, cannot regain my stregth, coordination and normal function despite continuous physical therapy.pls help me.i m missJ.M MOFOKENG.
  • My name is Laura and I am a stroke survivor. It has been 1 year now since my last hemorrhagic stroke. I used to love playing the piano but now cannot even eat properly. I have very poor strength and very little coordination in my left hand. Am i a candidate for stroke stem cell therapy? I do not have a problem staying in Thailand for 2-3 weeks or longer as long as i know your treatment will help me. Please contacts me.
  • Im 55 years old and recently suffered a hemorrhagic stroke caused by right gangliocapsular bleed. Im recovering very very slowly and my doctors here are not offering any type of hope or treatment plan to repair the brain damage. I realize brain injuries are difficult but i do not want my condition to get worse. There is still very little prgress in my hand movements and speech is difficult. Its taking me 20 minutes just to type this. I read about your treatment with enhanced msc cells and am wondering if your brain stem cell therapy can help me recover some or all of my movements. I have a recent brain MRI and reports from my neurologists. I also have no problem staying there for 2 or 3 weeks or longer for rehab if needed. can you pleas help me get better. please contact me with phone. thank you charlie