Individuals with CP are facing 3 main physiological challenges:
The main goal of stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy is to help reduce the severity of disability and lessen the amount of brain damage.
Our treatment plans generally last between 2 and 5 weeks, depending on your overall health, your condition, and the severity of your Cerebral Palsy symptoms. Anyone can sign up for stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy. Each stem cell treatment candidate will receive a tailored plan to help achieve the highest success rate for maximum therapy efficiency. Typically, stem cell therapy for Cerebral Palsy will resemble a program such as the one below, and will last for 5 weeks of daily treatment followed by 6 months of weekly treatment.
20 stem cell IVs
4 Plurisomes IVs
Pluripotent stem cells signal repair in the injured CP brain and in the periphery. The degree of improvement following the injection of pluripotent stem cells may vary, depending on the severity of the condition.
The first benefit from stem cell treatment is immune regulation. Stem cells and their exosomes release immune factors and miRNAs that help immune cells to shift away from TH1 reactivity. Detoxification IVs and microbiome restoration also help to improve immune function. This calms the fire destroying the neural and axonal integrity and allows the myelin sheath to restore and symptoms to improve.
The second level of benefit is usually observed after a minimum of 12-24 injections when inflammatory fire is quenched and the myelin sheath and overall brain health has a chance to starts restoring. The neurotrophic and neuroregenerative factors, the growth factors, mRNAs & miRNAs signal regeneration in the brain and in the periphery. By triggering a high production of neural stem cells within the brain which, in turn, become new neurons and glial cells, new connections are created. The patients begin to show signs of improved understanding, thinking, and communicating.
With pulsing doses of pluripotent factors and miRNAs from the stem cells, neuromuscular junctions and larger muscle groups begin to show signs of activated repair. Speaking, swallowing, movement and strength gradually improve. The results depend on the severity of the brain damage and which part of the brain is originally impacted. Healing takes time.