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Stem Cell treatment for Spinal Cord Injury

Descending down from the brain, the spinal cord runs inside the spine, a stack of 33 vertebrae extending from the base of the skull to the pelvis. It consists of a central gray matter and surrounding white mater. It functions like a telephone cord transferring signals up and down. The sensory tracts, also referred to as ascending tracts, send signals taken from outside to the command headquarter (central nerves system). The motor sensory tracts, also called descending tracks, send orders down to the peripheral nerve system telling the body what to do to respond any change in the surroundings. The spinal cord also serves as a primary commander like a lower ranked officer in the troop. For example, when a needle is poking your toe, you don’t have to report to your brain and get the order to make the move. But the brain still gets signals from the toe as well as many other sensory organs of your body such as, eyes and ears, and analyzes the situation, in which you are. If your brain concludes that your toe could be poked again, it will tell you to leave or run.

After, when the spinal cord is injured, for example an accident, some or all of the tracks passing through the injured section will be interrupted or impaired. In a complete spinal cord injury case, the central nerve system is not able to sense any change coming from that section down. In this case, when your toe is being poked by a needle, your primary commander in the lower segment of spinal cord is not be able to tell you to pull back your foot. If you are not sleeping, your brain can still take signals from your eyes and understand what is happening and tell your foot to pull back. However, this order can’t be passed on to your foot because the descending track is blocked at the injured site.

In the initial phase, your own stem cells are recruited and come to repair and replace injured cells. With all the physical therapies, you may see some improvements. But when the injury is beyond your body’s capacity to repair itself. The stem cells cultured from the laboratory may help you get more improvements.

How much you can recover from the stem cell treatment really depends on how bad the spinal cord is injured and how long the history is as well as how many injections you get. Based on the clinical experience from the stem cell treatment centers in our network, usually, the sensory function comes back first. Many patients can feel the bowel movement and regain the bladder sensation during the first section of treatment. With motor function, it takes some training. In one center in our network, most of the patients after treatment can walk with little or without support. The more injections you get, the earlier you get the treatment, the better result you can expect. But there is no guarantee on how much you can respond from how many treatments you get. Every case is different. Your spinal cord injury specialists will have to read your MRI and medical evaluation form to be able to evaluate whether you are eligible for stem cell treatment.

Contact us for more information about stem cell treatment, our partnership treatment centers and how we can assist you is your medical travel needs. Call us now and receive our services at no cost. Email us at, or call us at 1-888-669-2588 (North America) or 267-626-1137 (International).  We will answer all your questions regarding the treatment and our services.

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