Autism Stem Cell Therapy:
Stem Cell Therapy Autism – a complex brain developmental disorder that is characterised by impaired social interactions, communication difficulties, obsessive attachment to routines and repetition, and often an extreme dislike of certain sounds, textures and tastes. Autism usually surfaces in the first three years of life and may vary in severity from mild to disabling. Depending on degree of severity, some children with autism may develop into independent adults with full time employment & self-sufficiency how- ever this is seldom the case. There is no known single cause but abnormalities in brain function are generally attributed to environmental, immunological and neurological factors. Autism stem cell therapy is a therapeutically beneficial program.
The administration of our Stem Cell Therapy Autism program is proposed as a novel treatment for the two pathologies associated with autism-hypoperfusion to the brain and immune dysregulation. Using stem cells may potentially heal both the brain and the gut.
How an Autism Stem Cell program can help:
Angiogenesis – The formation of collateral blood vessels – is believed to be fundamental in neurological recovery. A promising method of in- creasing angiogenesis into damaged areas is by administration of CD34+ stem cells. Consequently improved blood flow and oxygen to the brain should also improve nervous system functioning.
The treatment of immune dysregulation in autism is expected to profoundly influence neurological function. The ability of mesenchymal stem cells to suppress pathological immune responses (e.g. inflammation) and to stimulate haematopoiesis (blood cell regeneration) leads to the possibility that these cells may also be useful for treatment of the defect in T cell numbers associated with autism.
Our Autism Stem Cell Therapy is aimed to attempt to lessen the deficits and abnormal behaviors associated with autism and other autism spectrum disorders (ASD)/ADD, and to increase the quality of life and functional in- dependence of autistic patient. Treatment is typically catered to the child’s needs. Treatments fall into two major categories: educational in- terventions and medical management.
The treatment is also to:
1. Improve cellular energy production marker
2. Improve cellular antioxidant production
3. Improve gastrointestinal system
4. To improve and clear any heavy metal in the blood circulation