Use of Stem Cells in Autism Treatment

About one in 36 children in the United States has been diagnosed with autism. The full name for this condition is autism spectrum disorders (ASD), which accurately reflects the fact that autism manifests in a wide range of conditions of varying severity.

The precise cause of autism is unknown, but it is a neurological condition that presents in a variety of ways according to each sufferer.

Autism may manifest itself in learning disabilities, mood swings, memory problems, and difficulties with language and social situations. The most likely reason for the condition, which tends to be diagnosed during childhood, is that development of the areas regulating those activities has been impaired.

The reason why stem cell therapy for autism has the potential to support healing improve quality of life is that stem cells have anti-inflammatory properties with the potential to enhance both oxygen supply to the brain and brain function.

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Potential Impact of Stem Cells in Autism Treatment

Stem cells have been described as the body’s building blocks. They are blank, or undifferentiated, cells with the ability to develop as healthy tissue that can be used for whatever purpose the body requires.

At the Stemwell Clinic, our research has shown that the most fruitful source of stem cells is umbilical cord tissue taken from healthy volunteer donors.

Once the stem cells have been collected, they can be applied either by targeted injection to an affected part of the body, or intravenously. They can then get to work supporting the generation of healthy tissue that functions optimally.

One potential obstacle when it comes to neurological conditions is the blood-brain barrier, which is designed to block harmful substances from reaching the brain. At Stemwell, our expert team has developed a protocol that ensures stem cells can pass through this barrier to deliver the benefits for which they have been collected.

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

Every patient with autism is different. That is why the word spectrum is used, to reflect the wide range of potential symptoms. However, stem cell therapy for autism has the potential to generate healthy tissue. That may in turn improve brain function and, therefore, lessen the severity of a wide range of ways in which autism manifests itself.

The many ways in which stem cells in autism treatment may support the body’s healthy functions help to explain the high level of interest in stem cell therapy for autism as a potential course of treatment.

Contact Stemwell to Learn More About Stem Cell Treatment

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At the Stemwell Clinic, we have a highly trained, dedicated, and caring team that is ideally placed to tell you everything you need to know about the possible benefits of stem cell therapy for autism.

The individualistic nature of autism, and the way it presents in an almost infinite variety of ways, fits with our approach. We devise a personalized, individual healthcare plan for every patient who visits us.

If you’re ready to start your journey towards an improved quality of life you can apply today to check your eligibility for stem cell therapy.

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