Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

Autism is a disorder characterized by the impairment of social interactions, communication, anxiety, mood swings, repetitive behaviours, as well as metabolic and digestive issues. It affects the way how information is processed within the patient’s brain by altering how nerve cells connect and organize.

Patients diagnosed with autism deal with the damage of the brain’s memory areas. The stem cell therapy for autism can enhance the blood and oxygen flow to the patient’s brain by stimulating the formation of new arteries and by replacing the damaged neurons. Stem cells are able to achieve the affected cells’ properties and characteristics. These cells can multiply, which leads to the grey and white matter restoration. Also, neurological symptoms and intellectual capacity can be improved.

The stem cell therapy focuses on:

  • Memory, thinking learning ability
  • Immunity
  • Communication capacity
  • Communication capacity