Own umbilical cord blood stem cells transplantation
Own bone marrow stem cells transplantation
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Chelation therapy for autism — removing heavy metals from the body
Chelation therapy is the process of removing heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, from the bloodstream. This therapy is widely used if the patient is intoxicated with these particular metals. But some alternative medicine specialists believe that it can also be effective for the following diseases:
- Cardiological pathologies
- Alzheimer’s disease
The backbone of therapeutic heavy metal chelation for autism
The principle of this procedure is reduced to the introduction of drugs, so-called chelating agents, into the patient’s body. These medications may contain dimercaprol, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, or dimercaptosuccinic acid. They vary in effectiveness and are prescribed depending on the severity of the condition.
Chelating agents circulate in the bloodstream to attract and bind metals, which are later filtered by the kidneys and excreted through urination.
Evidence of the effectiveness of chelation therapy for autism
This therapy shows excellent results if the patient is intoxicated with heavy metals. The question remains about its effectiveness in the correction of children’s autism spectrum disorders.
Some experts assume that thimerosal, a harmful preserving agent found in some vaccines and containing mercury, may cause autism. However, a decade ago, a scientific study confirmed that vaccination does not lead to autism.
A little later, another study proved the absence of a relationship between autism spectrum disorder and mercury.
However, chelation therapy for autism may also still be performed due to elevated levels of lead in the child’s teeth. It is believed that mercury and lead can cause autism or aggravate its pathogenesis.
But such treatment can do more harm than good. For example, in 2005, treatment of a 5-year-old patient ended in death, and a year later, in the USA, the National Institute of Mental Health reversed the decision to use chelation therapy against autism because, in the same year, it was additionally proven that it does not cure but, on the contrary, inhibits cognitive functions.
Mardaleishvili Medical Centre does not offer you chelation therapy. But! Here, you can undergo cell therapy, which is an innovative method of evidence-based medicine for the treatment of ASD!
Modern correction of childhood autism with stem cells is a procedure that is several times more effective than traditional treatment methods.
The centre specialises in the use of modern biocorrection methods with the basic building blocks of the human body. This is an advanced technique that began to be practised relatively recently, but today it is considered the most preferable in the treatment of children’s autism spectrum disorder.
Its innovation has a fundamentally different impact on the pathology. Other procedures, methods, and exercises are aimed at the correction of symptoms, but the main goal of cell therapy is the correction of abnormalities in the structure of the cerebellum, limbic system, and cerebral cortex.
Sign up for stem cell treatment for children’s autism instead of wasting time on chelation therapy. Early adoption of this effective procedure will yield a better result!