Treating Stroke with pluripotent stem cells
Depending on which part of the brain was affected and how long the brain lacked blood flow during the stroke event, stroke patients are facing three main challenges:
- Loss of cognitive function, including thinking, understanding and reasoning, speaking, writing and reading, can be significant. Memory loss and changes in behavior, such as becoming more withdrawn or depressed, are also challenges patients deal with post-stroke.
- Loss of physical function is evident in most cases. Chronic numbness and tingling, loss of muscle movement and control, loss of balance, coordination, and physical function are frequent. Partial paralysis is also frequent.
- The cognitive and physical disability that often occurs post-stroke significantly changes people's quality of life. Loss of independence, a needing of constant assistance is a serious challenge patients often deal with.
The use of stem cells
An efficient way to help restore the quality of life of our stroke patients is to address these challenges in parallel, using brain repair protocols simultaneously with full body restoration, detoxification and physical strengthening.
Stemaid programs are 2-5 weeks in length, depending on your condition and severity of your symptoms. We customize every plan, however, a "typical" plan for this type of condition might include the following over 4 weeks.
20 stem cell IVs
5 Plurisomes IVs
Peptides & Nutraceuticals
regular CaNa2 EDTA IVs
Physiotherapy & Massage
Benefits of pluripotent stem cell therapy for Stroke patients
By transplanting pluripotent stem cells, it is possible to repair the damaged brain and recover the lost body functions. With each injection, self-healing mechanism is triggered and the patient's brain starts to produce new connections and reactivation of neural stem cells.
The first benefit from stem cell treatment is immunoregulation. Stroke is an injury to brain tissue, and resulting inflammation can worsen the repair process and even cause further brain injury. Clearing runaway inflammation is step one in the healing process. Stem cells and their exosomes release immune and transcription factors that help restore healthy immune function in the brain.
The secondary benefit from stem cell treatment is a gradual return of cognitive function. This may occur within the first 2 weeks or take longer, depending on seriousness and location of the stroke. Pluripotent stem cells release neurotrophic, angiogenic and growth factors, and help restore connections in the brain between sites of brain injury and patient’s own stem cell stores in the brain.
Pluripotent stem cells and Plurisomes signal repair in all tissues of the body. As the brain begins to repair, communication with the rest of the body begins to gradually improve and muscle movement and control begins to restore. This is followed by balance, coordination and overall improvement in mobility. Results vary patient to patient.