Stem Cell Therapy for Neurological diseases

Neurological conditions

Stem cell therapy for neuropathy utilizes adult stem cells harvested from Wharton’s jelly. A protocol for crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB) is used to facilitate a direct route into the nervous system, where stem cells are able to restore and repair nerve damage that has resulted from various degenerative diseases.

man with neuropathy
The Condition

What are neurological diseases?

The central nervous system is composed of the the brain, the spinal cord and the nerves. This nervous network is in charge of controlling bodily functions including movement, speech, breathing, and walking. 

There are more than 600 known neurological disorders, such as epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cerebrovascular diseases, Parkinson’s disease, and others. 

Symptoms can vary but they may lead to:

  • Loss of balance and coordination
  • Loss of feeling (numbness)
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty moving
  • Tremors
  • Rigidity/stiffness
  • Weakness
 

Most neurological diseases are progressive, meaning they worsen over time. This makes control and slowing of the disease’s progression the main objective.

Stem Cells, we know why

How does stem cell therapy for neuropathy help neurological conditions?

Stemwell’s stem cell therapy for neuropathy in feet and other parts of the body utilizes adult stem cells harvested from Wharton’s jelly. A protocol for crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB) is used to achieve traveling directly into the nervous system, where stem cells are able to restore and repair nerve damage that has resulted from various degenerative diseases.

How does stem cell therapy work for neuropathy? In patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, or any other type of neurodegenerative disease, Stemwell’s processed stem cells can not only slow the progression of symptoms, but also restore blood flow to the brain and repair and replace damaged tissue.

This leads to a better quality of life measurably in:

  • Increased amount of energy 
  • Enhanced cognitive skill
  • Much better sense of balance and coordination
  • Improved physical function

Although stem cell therapy is not yet a cure for neurological conditions, there is a lot of promising evidence that Stemwell’s Stem Cell Therapy for neuropathy greatly improves the patient’s quality of life by slowing the progression of a disease and improving some of its symptoms.

doctor holding x-ray
How Effective Stem Cells are

How do the stem cells get in my brain?

The Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) protects the brain from bacteria, toxins, and viruses. It is a filtering mechanism of the capillaries that carry blood to the brain and spinal cord tissue that blocks the passage of certain substances.

The problem with the BBB is that it not only protects the brain, but it also makes it difficult for implanted stem cells to reach the brain. As a result, doctors at Stemwell use a specially developed protocol to cross the BBB and deliver stem cells directly into the brain. In this manner, stem cells are directed directly and specifically to affected areas of the brain in order to repair neuron damage.

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Stemwell Procedures

Stemwell uses cord tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells ethically sourced from full-term human umbilical cords. We administer more than 300 million cells that are all thoroughly tested for viability before treatment. These cells are NOT a blood product; therefore, it is extremely safe and does not require HLA or phenotypic matching.

Before Traveling

Video call with one of our doctors, where patient’s condition and medical history will be discussed.

First day

The patient undergoes an initial evaluation and blood work by Stemwell’s doctor. The patient is later sent to rest at their hotel.

1.5 hours

Second day

Application of 3 Million x Kg of weight distributed in 2 intrathecal applications, under sedation in the surgery room and two endogenous applications.

Oral Detox in children.

Third day

5 sessions – Hyberbaric chamber 

(xxmin per session)

Fourth day

5 sessions – Transcranial Magnetotherapy 

(45min per session)

Fifth day

5 sessions Biophotomodulation 

(30min per session)

Parkinson's disease and Stem Cells

What does stem cell therapy for neuropathy do for Parkinson’s?

Our stem cell therapy for neuropathy employs more than 300 million Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) implanted per treatment via Stemwell’s proprietary delivery protocols. Once in the body, they slow disease progression by preventing further neuron death while also promoting the repair and replacement of damaged brain tissue. This process helps to regenerate damaged brain cells and promote the formation of new dopamine-producing neurons.

The processed stem cells will not only stop brain cell death, but they will also promote the growth of new blood vessels, which will aid in the restoration of oxygen-rich blood flow in the brain. 

Stemwell’s protocol also includes a technique for crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB) to make sure the processed stem cells are delivered directly into the brain to ensure maximum effectiveness. In this way, stem cells are directly and specifically targeted to affected areas inside the brain to repair neuron damage.

Stem Cells and Stroke

What does stem cell therapy for neuropathy do for stroke?

Stem cells are present naturally throughout the body in various tissues, and they are in charge of repairing minor bumps, bruises, and cuts. When the body detects an injury, stem cells travel to the site, identify the wound, and replace or regenerate tissue. Whether the injury is a paper cut or pneumonia, natural stem cells will repair the tissue. 

Unfortunately, the number of stem cells available at any given time is simply insufficient to heal brain tissue after a stroke in the same way that it would heal a bruise or a minor laceration.

This is where Stemwell’s stem cell therapy for neuropathy comes in. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from Wharton’s jelly are a most potent source of usable adult stem cells. Once processed and re-implanted, they are capable of reducing inflammation and preventing further brain cell death while repairing or replacing damaged tissue. 

Furthermore, stem cells not only help to heal, repair, and regenerate the infarcted area, they also deeply stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, creating alternative pathways for oxygen-rich blood to reach the brain and completely restoring the flow.

Stemwell implantation protocols employ a procedure developed specifically for crossing the blood brain barrier, allowing Stemwell’s processed stem cells to enter the brain. This method has already been proven successful in more than XXX procedures completed by Stemwell, and it has also been proven effective in several scientific publications. 

Stem Cells and Alzheimer

What does Stem cell therapy for neuropathy do for Alzheimer’s?

Our stem cell therapy for neuropathy employs more than 300 million processed mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) extracted from Wharton’s jelly, and implanted using Stemwell’s proprietary delivery protocols. Once in the body, they prevent further cell death while also encouraging the repair and replacement of damaged brain tissue.

The processed stem cells will not only stop brain cell death, but they will also promote the growth of new blood vessels, which will aid in the restoration of oxygen-rich blood flow in the brain.  Stemwell’s protocol also includes a method for crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB) to ensure that the processed stem cells are delivered directly into the brain for maximum efficacy. In this manner, stem cells are sent directly and specifically to affected areas of the brain in order to repair neuron damage.