The term traumatic brain injury (TBI) covers a wide range of issues, from skull fractures to brain infections. Any injury that results in a reduction in brain function falls into the TBI category. And because the human brain is fragile and not fully understood, research into new treatments for TBIs has been somewhat ineffectual.
Until recently, as over the past few years, doctors have proven time and again that combining stem cell therapy with supporting programs yield the fastest and most comprehensive improvements for TBIs.
Why are stem cells so effective at treating brain injuries?
Our bodies rely on specialized cells to function: muscle cells, nerve cells, blood cells, and several others. These specialized cells cannot change their function, so if a person suffers a TBI that destroys nerve tissue, their body has limited resources to repair it. Stem cells, however, can become almost any type of specialized cell given the right circumstances, which is why they’ve leapt to the forefront of healing the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries.
Hi-tech, precision treatments insert specialized stem cells at the place of a brain injury to regrow damaged nerve synapses, blood vessels, and nerve tissues. This means that long-term symptoms of TBI can be reversed by undergoing stem cell therapy.
What TBI symptoms can stem cell therapy relieve?
Although the list of treatable symptoms grows as researchers learn more about stem cell therapy, treatment plans coordinated by Unique Access Medical (UAM) routinely improve the following areas:
- Motor functions
- Muscle tone and strength
- Cognition and memory
- Speech and swallowing
- Balance and coordination
- Fine motor skills
- Gross motor skills and more
UAM has found that two variables have the biggest impact on treatment efficacy: the quality of stem cells and the integration of supporting therapies. Collecting cells that deliver the intended results is a delicate procedure, and if we didn’t demand strict quality control measures from our research partners, treatments wouldn’t work as well as they do. That’s why we can boast of stem cell viability hovering around 95%, with viability rates reaching 98-99% for some procedures.
In terms of support therapies, the positive outcomes of regenerative medicine treatments grow exponentially when nutrition planning, transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), physical therapy, and other programs are combined with stem cell injections. UAM sets itself apart by organizing a variety of therapies into a single, convenient plan.
TBI stem cell therapy case study: Mandeep Kooner
A car accident is the most likely cause of a TBI for someone under 65 years of age. That was the case for Mandeep Kooner, who discovered UAM when researching stem cell therapies and found inspiration in our patients’ recovery stories.
For Mandeep, his time at UAM’s top-notch Bangkok facilities was about much more than access to stem cells. In his words,
“The things you learn at UAM, you’ll use for the rest of your recovery going forward.”
In a matter of weeks, the injections and Mr. Kooner’s newfound appreciation for support therapies had reduced the inflammation in his brain, easing the constant pain that had accompanied it.
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