What is autism?

Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder characterized by degradation of social interactions, communication, mood swings, anxiety and repetitive behaviour. The disease affects information processing in the brain by changing the way nerve cells are connected. When speaking of Autism, the specialists talk about the triad of symptoms – impairment in social interaction, impairment in communication and restricted interests and repetitive behavior.

The main goal in treating Autism patients is to diminish deficits and family distress and to increase the quality of life and ability to function as an independent adult. Nowadays, there are additional therapies that focus mainly on these aspects – occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, social skills therapy and others

How can Stem Cell Therapy help you?

The Stem cell therapy approach in treating Autism is based on the capacity of these cells to influence the immune system and to restore the damaged cells. Being a disease that affects the brain, stem cell therapy can help improving all the neurological symptoms and intellectual capacity.

After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that:

Stem cells can improve the blood and oxygen flow to the brain

Stem cells can replace damaged neurons and stimulate the new arteries’ formation

Stem cells can achieve the affected cells’ properties and characteristics

Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:

improved verbal skills

improved self care skills

easier contact with the child

improvement or development of writing skills

Where can you go for Stem cell therapy for Autism?

Basically, your options are multiple!

There are plenty of destinations in the world that offer high quality stem cell therapy for autism.

Visited by numerous patients every year, countries like Mexico, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, China, Thailand, and South Korea are just some of the where you can find certified stem cell therapy clinics treating local and international patients who struggle with autism.

Disclaimer: Stem Cell Therapy is still an experimental treatment. Any information related to stem cell therapy provided in this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace a consultation with a licensed physician nor be construed as medical advice or any emergency health need you may be experiencing.
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