Stem Cell Treatment for Brain Development Disorder

Stem Cell Treatment for Brain Development Disorder

OVERVIEW

Name: Maather
Diagnosis: Brain Development Disorder, seizure disorder, dystonia
D.O.B: 24 January 2001
Gender: Male
Country: Oman

Treatment: Stem cell implantation via lumbar puncture; IV injections to improve blood circulation of the brain and improve nutritional status of the nerve cells, combined with Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) (acupuncture) and rehabilitation therapy (occupational therapy and physical therapy)

HISTORY

When Patient Maather was 4 months old, she was found to have spasms of the neck, a foot deformity and diminished emotional interaction. She evidenced developmental delay in motor, speech and cognition. She went to Thailand for diagnosis and treatment, and she was diagnosed with ‘brain development disorder.’ She received rehabilitation therapy in Thailand.

In 2011, the patient came to Puhua International Hospital (PIH) for Stem Cell Treatment (SCT). Her condition improved after the treatment, and in 2012, she returned to PIH again for further treatment.

Medical Condition before Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Brain Development Disorder

Muscle tone of her arms and legs was slightly elevated. She could stand and step forward, but only for 4-5 consecutive steps. She evidenced only limited understanding of others, and had evident delay in speech, motor-skills, cognition and emotional development.

Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Brain Development Disorder

Stem cell implantation for Brain Development Disorder via lumbar puncture and IV injections, medications to to improve blood circulation of the brain and improve nutritional status of the nerve cells, combined with Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) (acupuncture) and rehabilitation therapy (occupational therapy and physical therapy)

Medical Condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Brain Development Disorder

The patient’s emotions became much more stable than before, and she began to display more emotional interaction with the outside. She began to be able understand and interact with people. She was also able to follow commands and give appropriate responses.  A general increase of strength was noted, and her movements and grasp became quicker and more agile than before. Now she began to display better control of her gait and her direction in walking with a better control. She was able to stand up unassisted to a squatting position.

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