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Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) are caused by trauma to the spinal cord that impairs physical function, mobility or feeling. The majority of patients suffering from SCI have an intact spinal cord, but still have enough cellular damage to result in a loss of physical functioning. The effects caused by SCI depend heavily on the type of injury and the level of injury. A spinal cord injury refers to any injury to the spinal cord that is caused by trauma. Spinal cord injuries often cause changes in strength, body function and movement.

The rationale of utilizing highly concentrated mesenchymal cells is to provide the patient with a treatment that stimulates his / her immune system, promotes cellular regeneration and improves symptoms associated with spinal cord injuries Cellular therapy utilizes regenerative stem cells targeted to specific areas in order to repair cellular damage that was caused from spinal cord injuries. Also, this therapy helps control inflammation and promotes regeneration that may improve a SCI patient’s ability to move and feel.
The endovascular/intravenous treatment containing Adult Stem Cell  should serve to complement the patient’s current treatment regimen or to promote healing when current treatment is not responding.
Published improvements include improved ASIA scores, improved bladder and/or bowel function, recovered sexual function, and increased muscle control.
The rationale of utilizing highly concentrated mesenchymal cells is to provide the patient with a treatment that stimulates his / her immune system, promotes cellular regeneration and improves symptoms associated with spinal cord injuries Cellular therapy utilizes regenerative stem cells targeted to specific areas in order to repair cellular damage that was caused from spinal cord injuries. Also, this therapy helps control inflammation and promotes regeneration that may improve a SCI patient’s ability to move and feel.
The endovascular/intravenous treatment containing Adult Stem Cell  should serve to complement the patient’s current treatment regimen or to promote healing when current treatment is not responding.
Published improvements include improved ASIA scores, improved bladder and/or bowel function, recovered sexual function, and increased muscle control.

Spinal cord injuries can be described as various levels of incomplete, where complete means total loss of function. Recent studies have focused on the use of adult stem cells for spinal cord injury patients. It has been discovered that introduction of mesenchymal stem cells either intralesionally or intravenously can be successful in improving functional recovery in chronic spinal cord injuries. There are two types of SCI injuries:

Complete: A complete injury means that there is no function below the level of the injury; no sensation and no voluntary movement. Both sides of the body are equally affected.

Incomplete: An incomplete injury means that there is some functioning below the primary level of the injury. A person with an incomplete injury may be able to move one limb more than another, may be able to feel parts of the body that cannot be moved, or may have more functioning on one side of the body than the other. With incomplete injuries there will be some variation in these prognoses.

Spinal cord injuries can be described as various levels of incomplete, where complete means total loss of function. Recent studies have focused on the use of adult stem cells for spinal cord injury patients. It has been discovered that introduction of mesenchymal stem cells either intralesionally or intravenously can be successful in improving functional recovery in chronic spinal cord injuries. There are two types of SCI injuries:

Complete: A complete injury means that there is no function below the level of the injury; no sensation and no voluntary movement. Both sides of the body are equally affected.

Incomplete: An incomplete injury means that there is some functioning below the primary level of the injury. A person with an incomplete injury may be able to move one limb more than another, may be able to feel parts of the body that cannot be moved, or may have more functioning on one side of the body than the other. With incomplete injuries there will be some variation in these prognoses.

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Patient management Initial patient evaluation

Reviews the medical information, lab work, and diagnostic imaging provided by the patient in order to determine the stage of the medical condition and any other secondary conditions. Application and scoring of the quality of life questionnaires appropriate for specific conditions. 

Treatment protocol will be assigned by staff physicians after the patient has submitted all requested medical information and received approval. A patient’s recommended protocol may differ from the example given below.

Treatment duration: 5 days

  • 1 intrathecal (spinal canal) injections of expanded umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells.
  • 2 intravenous injections (IV) expanded umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells.

Follow-up plan:

3 months after Stem Cell  implant:
Clinical evaluation of spinal cord injury based on the Frankel Score and the ASIA Scale. Review & record current laboratory determinations.

6 months after Stem Cell implant:
Clinical evaluation of spinal cord injury based on the Frankel Score, ASIA Scale and Manual Muscle Test. Review & record current laboratory determinations.

Patient management Initial patient evaluation

Reviews the medical information, lab work, and diagnostic imaging provided by the patient in order to determine the stage of the medical condition and any other secondary conditions. Application and scoring of the quality of life questionnaires appropriate for specific conditions. 

Treatment protocol will be assigned by staff physicians after the patient has submitted all requested medical information and received approval. A patient’s recommended protocol may differ from the example given below.

Treatment duration: 5 days

  • 1 intrathecal (spinal canal) injections of expanded umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells.
  • 2 intravenous injections (IV) expanded umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells.

Follow-up plan:

3 months after Stem Cell  implant:
Clinical evaluation of spinal cord injury based on the Frankel Score and the ASIA Scale. Review & record current laboratory determinations.

6 months after Stem Cell implant:
Clinical evaluation of spinal cord injury based on the Frankel Score, ASIA Scale and Manual Muscle Test. Review & record current laboratory determinations.

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