• Stiff muscles (spasticity)
• Uncontrollable movements (dyskinesia) • Poor balance and coordination (ataxia)
There are four main types of CP:
- Spastic Cerebral Palsy is the most common form of CP. Spastic CP affects about 80% of people with CP. People with spastic CP have increased muscle tone. This means their muscles are stiff and, as a result, their movements can be awkward. Spastic CP usually is described by what parts of the body are affected:
- Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy (also includes athetoid, choreoathetoid, and dystonic cerebral palsies
- Ataxic Cerebral Palsy which causes people to have problems with balance and coordination. They might be unsteady when they walk. They might have a hard time with quick movements or movements that need a lot of control, like writing. They might have a hard time controlling their hands or arms when they reach for something.
- Mixed Cerebral Palsy
Some people have symptoms of more than one type of CP. The most common type of mixed CP is spastic-dyskinetic CP.
Alleviate damage to the brain tissue, reduce muscle spasm and improve gait and mobility- related problems.
The cells used demonstrate high immune-modulatory and anti-inflammatory activity in vitro and in vivo, and strong trophic effect stimulating brain tissue regeneration.
Treatment session 1: duration 14 days
- 100,000,000 cells
- 8 peptide Injections (condition specific)
- Specific daily Enzyme injection (during the treatment course and to take home for 3 month supply injection course, if required)
- Daily IV or acupuncture medical laser therapy
- IV Oxygen therapy
- Physical therapy
- Health and Screening: physical and neurological examination & comprehensive blood analysis
- 3 month supply of: condition specific supplement
Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Treatment - The 2 follow up programs: are half the number of cells and supportive therapies given. These follow ups are required at the 3 & 9 months stage after the first treatment.