Review from Demid’s mother (7 years old)
Review update, May 2022:
Well, almost a year has passed since the transplantation of stem cells from the bone marrow to correct autism at the Mardaleishvili clinic in Georgia.
We are happy to share the results.
Demid, of course, has significantly changed for the better. What was before and what we got is heaven and earth! Demid’s cognitive abilities have improved significantly, learning has become much more productive, attention and reaction to information has improved. What used to take several months to learn, accelerated to several days after the procedure!
It is evident that thinking has become deeper and more conscious, the analysis of what is happening has become deeper. The understanding of the addressed speech has improved a lot. He began to understand even complex instructions. Imitation and interest in the activity of another person, communication appeared. There are also visible improvements in speech therapy sessions. Before the procedure, Demid could repeat the sound only with mechanical assistance, but now he has syllables for repetition.
Demid went to school and teachers see progress every month! Previously, I could not imagine Demid at the desk. And Demid stopped being afraid of heights and began to feel his body in space more confidently. Yes, of course, the behavior still needs to be corrected, we still have something to work on, but in general we are grateful to the clinic for this opportunity!
We can safely recommend the Mardaleishvili Medical Center and all the medical staff involved in this process!
Review from June 2021:
I want to express my deep gratitude to the Mardaleishvili clinic for the transplantation of own stem cells for the correction of autism to my son Demid. He is 7 years old!
Thanks to the professionalism of the clinic staff, I did not even feel a share of anxiety from such a serious procedure! Thank you so much for your warm welcome, for such a reverent attitude and for your support! I especially want to express my gratitude to the doctors of the clinic, particularly Dr. Gocha Shatirishvili for his high level of training and knowledge. Thanks to all the doctors who took part in the operation: transplantologist, surgeon, anesthetist, resuscitator, neurologist and nurses! From the bottom of my heart I would like to thank Lia Krikheli, head of the foreign department of the clinic, for organizing our entire stay in Tbilisi and for her responsible attitude towards the patient and parents.
We look forward to seeing you soon and look forward to visiting you again!