It is acknowledged that autism is caused by a functional abnormality of the brain, which is coordinated through neurons, hormones, and electrical impulses. The few basic differences in the autistic brain are breakage in the electrical impulses passing information, lack of distant connections, and increased levels of hormones named norepinephrine and dopamine whose primary functions are social behavior and communication.
Stem cells are administered through one of two methods after a considerably analysis of each patient’s unique history.
In this mode, cells are infused in the cerebrospinal fluid through the subarachnoid spaces of the spinal canal.
In this mode, cells are infused through the veins to expand blood volumes in the system, to ensure that the maximum number of cells reach the targeted area.
Infused back into the body, these cells can be repopulated at the damaged parts of the brain, through their strong paracrine effects. They differentiate into neurons of other damaged supporting cells to improve functions in the brain.
These stem cells have also been observed to promote angiogenesis to increase oxygen supply to the blood as a treatment for Autism. Thus, with our highly specialized approach, it is now possible to administer treatments for children and adults with Autism and observe noticeable improvements in their symptoms as well as functional abilities.