Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

OVERVIEW

Name: Roger Fazenda
Diagnosis: Autism
D.O.B: 01 January 1984
Gender: Male
Country: Canada

Treatment: cellular treatment, treatment to improve blood circulation within the brain, with rehabilitation therapy and TCM (traditional Chinese medicine).

History

Roger Fazenda was 28-year-old male patient at the time of admission. He had been diagnosed autism and epilepsy at his local hospital in Canada. At the time of initial diagnosis of autism, he was unable to manage his daily life activities (like bathing, dressing, writing, talking, preparing food). Prior to treatment, this patient walked on his tip-toes and would run in circles when he was upset. He could not stay seated during meals: he would get up many times and wander off after eating very little. His epilepsy was better-controlled after initial cellular treatment, which were taken in December and February of 2010. His CT (from 2009) showed generally normal brain development, though there was atrophy of hippocampus on the right side.

Roger received one cycle of Stem Cell Treatment in Puhua International Hospital in Jan 2012 and made significant and obvious improvements after this therapy.

 

Medical condition before Cellular Treatment For Autism

He appeared to be in enjoyable mood most of time with a few stereotyped movements, (such as moving fingers, playing with his tongue). He maintained only transient eye contact and emotional contact with others. He could make some simple sounds like “ban” when he wanted to express himself. Ocular movements were intact, and pupils were equal, 3mm diameter, with brisk response to light. No facial and lingual paralysis was noted. Muscular tension was acceptable in bilateral limbs and trunk. Acceptable gross movements were noted in his four limbs, but with poor fine motor movement. Bilateral tendon reflexes were decreased symmetrically. Bilateral Babinski’s sign was negative. He sometimes walked on tip toes.

Stem Cell Treatment for Twenty-eight days

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including improvement of nerve cell activation, cerebral blood circulation and nutrition, combined with rehabilitation therapy and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). He received 4 cycles of systemic (IV) mesenchymal Stem Cell Treatment.

 

Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment for autism

After the cellular treatment for autism, Roger’s condition showed ongoing improvement. The stereotyped movements were less frequent and his behavior was better controlled by himself following other’s instruction. He could focus longer, enjoyed more stable moods and had more eye contact with others in the environment. Roger was able to watch TV, sit alone and eat for longer periods of time. Roger could co-operate the rehabilitation exercises (including: throwing and receiving balls, inserting woolen stick, and weaving, etc.) better with more concentration and while displaying better affect.

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