Renad Alotaibi

Renad Alotaibi

OVERVIEW

Name: Renad Alotaibi
Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy
D.O.B: 01 January 2007
Gender: Female
Country: Saudi Arabia

Treatment: Four neural stem cell injections via lumbar puncture, self stem cell activation and proliferation program, physical therapy, and TCM

HISTORY

Renad Alotaibi was a 5-year-old when she was admitted at Puhua International Hospital for Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy. At admission she had a history of “Postnatal retardation of speech, movement and motor disorder of limbs for more than 5 years”.

Medical condition before Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy

Prior to getting Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy, Renad suffered from developmental dealys in speech, movement and had motor dysfunction of her limbs.

She did not reach the milestones at the appropriate chronological ages. She was able to respond to sound including voice and objects. She could pronounce some simple words like “Mom” and “I”. Muscle tone was abnormally increased (‘hypertonic’), especially on the left side. She had athetosis, a movement disorder, in her left arm and hand. She suffered from involuntary movements in her limbs, especially in the lower limbs. She could try to touch and catch objects like a pen, however, she could not hold them tightly, nor would she attempt writing with a pen. She was not able to control her movements. She could not stand by herself. Her hip joints were not able to extend appropriately. Her feet were chronically in a mild intortion.

Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy

Four neural stem cell injections via lumbar puncture, self stem cell activation and proliferation program, physical therapy, and TCM

Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy

After the Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy, Patient Renad Alotaibi had better control of her head and torso. Involuntary movements of her limbs were significantly diminished, especially in the upper limbs. No significant involuntary movement was noted when she was resting. Her control of the movements of upper limbs was better than before too. She responded more actively and sensitively. She began to be able to communicate her needs with her mother. Coordination of her limbs was also improved. Her speech was clearer than before. She was able to pronounce some simple words as “Dad”, “Mom”, and “Auntie” more clearly.

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