SCT FOR MASON

SCT FOR MASON

OVERVIEW

Name: Mason Minshew
Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy
D.O.B: 24 November 2006
Gender: Male
Country: United States of America

Treatment: stem cell treatment (SCT), traditional Chinese medicine and physical rehabilitation therapy

HISTORY

Mason was admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital with a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy with symptoms of “postnatal retardation in motor mobility, intelligence and speech.” This was his second visit for stem cell treatment. After the first SCT in 2014, his span of attention was improved, as demonstrated by his ability to understand others more easily than before treatment. He also became more polite than before and he was able to greet and hug other people and to better show his moods and affection. He could even began to play jokes and games with others, because was better able to learn and to obey the rules better than before. His ability to track with his eyes had improved, and he learned several new words and his motor skills also improved, including his ability to feed himself. His ability to balance and walk had also been improved since SCT. 
In December 2015, Mason came back to Beijing Puhua International Hospital for the second stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy.

Medical Condition Prior to Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Cerebral Palsy CP  

Prior to receiving the second time stem cell treatment (SCT) for cerebral palsy, the patient was partially cooperative during physical examination. Adduction and abduction of eyes were not synchronous. Right corner of his mouth was noted to be lower than the right. Non-intentional movement was noted in all limbs. His grasp and finger fine movements were below normal, as was intentional movement of the right limb. He has a staggering gait with acceptable balance, but his balance was poor when reversing direction.

Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy for 21 days

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including treatment of improving cerebral blood-supply, improving neural function, promoting cerebral blood circulation and metabolism, combined with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and physical rehabilitation therapy.

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

After his second course of STC FOR CP, the patient’s verbal pronunciation was noted to be improving, and he began to spell his own name. Learning ability seemed to be improving, as did the speed of acquiring knowledge and playing games. It became easier for him to follow directions, and to perform rehabilitation training. The flexibility of his left finger began to improve. He began to walk up and down stairs with more flexibility,  and was also able to begin to do that with single foot. 

Mason’s parents also made a video before discharge in order to share his treatment experience at Beijing Puhua International Hospital to share the positive results with others.

 

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