Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy?!!

Jessica - posted on 02/02/2011 ( 6 moms have responded )




Cerebral palsy refers to a group of non-progressive, non-contagious conditions which cause physical disability and applies to the cerebrum in the brain and the disorder of movement.

The brain damage normally doesn't worsen, but secondary diseases are very common. Most notable are various orthopedic difficulties and motor disorders, arthritis and osteoporosis.

Cerebral palsy cannot be cured. Standard treatments include drugs, mechanical aids, physical therapy, behavioral therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. All these approaches are focused at helping the patient overcome developmental disabilities or learn new ways to accomplish difficult tasks.

The XCell-Center Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Treatment

The XCell-Center's cerebral palsy treatment differs from standard methods because it attacks the root cause of CP inside the brain. Stem cell therapy is a drug-free alternative focused on affecting physical changes in the brain that can improve a child's quality of life.

Almost 70% of the cerebral palsy patients treated with stem cells at the XCell-Center show improvement.....
(to read the rest of this amazing article, go to the following link:)


Emel - posted on 04/26/2013




i have an 8 month old daughter, she been diagnosed with CP, we opt to alternative medicine in search of a cure. The one she's having right now is almost the same with stem cell therapy the only difference is, she is getting the therapy on what we feed her. She have been given various meds (which are capsules that are consist of minerals) and she was also given a specific diet only.


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Karlene - posted on 03/02/2011




I did do the Stem Cell Therapy for my son using his cord blood at Duke University about a year and a half ago. I believe that has helped him get to where he is now!

Michelle - posted on 02/15/2011




Thank you so much I am checking in to it now I will be having a phone consult tomorrow thank you so much.

Melissa - posted on 02/07/2011




thanks for the email!! my daughter doesn't have cerebral palsy...she is significantly delayed and has autism. i have worked with children and adults with cerebral palsy so im very familiar of it....thanks for the info sure it will help some moms!!

Marie - posted on 02/06/2011




Thanks for your response, i don't think Ethan has ceredral palsy- he's had croamasone tests done, blood tests and skin culture grown, photo's took. his development is alot slower than my three yr old, but he is developing, little bit about Ethan- not talking,walking,feeding himself,toileting himself,he wears hearing aids and glasses.He is sitting up more by himself,started sitting independantly on a school chair, helps to dress himself - he knows what he wants and gets frustrated alot because of the comunication- or lack of it, maccaton is difficult because of his fingers- he can't do pinchy fingers, he uses palm grip, so picture cards are being used. thanks.

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