Stem Cells: So far, umbilical cord blood has been successfully used in the treatment of over 75 conditions, such as various types of cancer, blood disease and immune deficiencies, such as leukemia, sickle cell anemia (siclemia), thalassemia, Hodgkin’s disease and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Stem cells also treat very rare, potentially fatal conditions, such as Krabbe’s disease or Sanfilippo’s syndrome. But from year to year new diseases appear on the list of 75 that can be treated with the help of stem cells.
At NeuroGen, along with cell therapy there is a strong emphasis on academic work and clinical research material on stem cell therapy. A detailed analysis of the clinical data is carried out on a regular basis and this is published in various scientific journals. We have vast repertoire of stem cell publications. Currently, 95 scientific papers have been published by our team in various international and national peer reviewed medical journals. We also have 7 chapters in International textbooks and our team has also published over 18 stem cell therapy books. Read extra info Stem Cell Research & Therapy
Birth injuries can also affect the parts of the brain that control speech and the muscles that allow us to speak. Many children with CP have issues with speech due to their birth injury. Speech therapy can teach children how to pronounce certain words and communicate more effectively. Other senses, such as proprioception, allow people to know the location of their own body parts; being able to touch your finger to the tip of your nose is an example of the proprioceptive sense. Sensory impairments make it hard to develop movement skills, and occupational therapists help children work through these impairments. Speech therapists can diagnose speech issues and help improve language skills. They can also help with other skills, such as breathing and eating, because these issues involve the muscles in the mouth and face.
The primary aim is to facilitate an overall well-being for patients suffering from incurable neurological disorders through Neuroregenerative Rehabilitative Therapy (NRRT). In addition to the above, providing support to cellular therapy research & regenerative medicine and increasing awareness about its applications are supplementary objectives. Read extra info on NeuroGen Brain and Spine Institute.
A few advices to help your child with autism: If you’ve recently learned that your child has or might have autism spectrum disorder, you’re probably wondering and worrying about what comes next. No parent is ever prepared to hear that a child is anything other than happy and healthy, and an ASD diagnosis can be particularly frightening. You may be unsure about how to best help your child, or confused by conflicting treatment advice. Or you may have been told that ASD is an incurable, lifelong condition, leaving you concerned that nothing you do will make a difference. As the parent of a child with ASD or related developmental delays, the best thing you can do is to start treatment right away. Seek help as soon as you suspect something’s wrong. Don’t wait to see if your child will catch up later or outgrow the problem. Don’t even wait for an official diagnosis.
Look for the best! Don’t define your child according to his problem – they grow up going through a cascade of problems, challenges that you can tackle together, carefully and deliberately. Do not make a goal of “normality”. People with autism can have extraordinary creativity and intuition, and your goal should be to encourage your child to enjoy his or her strengths and to strengthen the vulnerable. Awareness of what you can control and what you cannot control: The set of genes we are born with is the one we will have all our lives, but it does not mean that our future is precise. The power of genes is shaped by the environment in which we live. Therefore, your goal should be to create a supportive environment – for you and your child. Source: https://www.neurogenbsi.com