Stem Cell Therapy For Spinal Cord Injuries
The advances that are being made in stem cell Spinal Cord Injury Therapy clinical trials and research keep progressing, building optimism and excitement for those who suffer from the effects of Spinal Cord Injury, their families, and their doctors. NSI Stem Cell Centers in Florida continually monitors the developments as they occur.
Spinal cord injury, like Parkinson’s Disease (PD) or Multiple Sclerosis (MS), falls into the overall category of neurological disorders. Already, advanced medical clinics like NSI are offering therapy options for PD, MS, and autoimmune diseases. Will Stem Cell Spinal Cord Injury Therapy be available in the U.S.?
Spinal Injury Testimonial
The goal of developing a Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury is to return the ability of the brain and the body to communicate with one another. Stem cells are the “shape-shifters” of the cell world. We all have them in our bodies. Since the discovery that adult stem cells are stored in particular abundance within the body’s fat stores just beneath the skin, the development of stem cell therapies for a wide range of disorders, both physical and neurological, has accelerated. And the immense potential for a future stem cell spinal cord injury therapy looms large.
No wonder those who must live with Spinal Cord Injury, and their doctors, are so excited.
How Adipose Stem Cell Technology Develops Spinal Cord Injury Therapy
Since the discovery of Stem Cells, science has learned that we all have them within us all through our lives. These are known as Adult Stem Cells, and in general, can be found virtually everywhere in the body. Those that are found in the fatty tissue just under the skin are called Adipose Stem Cells. When used in therapy, they’re known as Adipose-Derived Stem Cells.
No matter where they may naturally be found in the body, Adult Stem Cells are like electricity. They are pure potential. When properly stimulated, stem cells become whatever type of cell the body needs: bone, blood, cartilage, muscle, nerve, and more. The results of studies like those published on CellTherapyJournal.org and reported on at MedScape.com state that stem cells, particularly Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, have great potential in the development of Stem Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury.*
When a Spinal Cord Injury occurs, the resulting inflammation releases inhibiting factors that ultimately cause the fibers of nerve cells to retract. Scar tissue develops, effectively preventing a bridge to be formed across the area of injury. This, in essence, is what prevents healing and causes the debilitating effects after an injury. But research has shown that Adult Stem Cells, particularly Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, have the potential for bridging the gap. Additionally, stem cells might excrete substances that reduce damaging inflammation. Already, trials involving Spinal Cord Injury Therapy via stem cells are producing remarkable effects.
Studies from around the world are reporting exciting results, from trial subjects undergoing stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury who regain the capacity to feel light touch to some who were able to walk for at least an hour with the aid of a walker. An improvement in bladder and bowel control was also reported.
Where To Find Stem Cell Therapy In The U.S.
No medical clinic is better equipped and keeps a close eye on the very latest Stem Cell Therapies than NSI Stem Cell Center in Florida. Rest assured that we are poised and ready to offer stem cell Spinal Cord Injury Therapy at its earliest development. We are already providing therapies for neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease, as well as many therapy options for a growing list of other injuries, illnesses, and chronic conditions.
We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions regarding the advanced and exciting field of FDA guideline-compliant Stem Cell Therapy we practice. Call (877) 278-3623 or use our Contact Page. We have a FREE brochure waiting for you.
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Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Research Overview
Spinal cord injuries can be one of the most devastating injuries a person can suffer from- and they can happen at any time to anyone. Thankfully, with continued clinical studies and research, we now have better therapies and options that are available. Read on to learn more about the clinical trials that are going on!