ASD – Autism Spectrum Disorders

“Rain Children”, as autistic cinema calls it, have “oddities” in behavior, do not like contact with others, and see the world in a completely different way than other people. These symptoms are very difficult to treat. The complete course of classical therapeutic treatment allows some improvement in a child’s social adaptation and verbal skills but does not solve the problem at a cellular level.

The generalized term “autism” refers to several syndromes that form the autistic spectrum of disorders:

  • Asperger’s syndrome;
  • Autistic spectrum;
  • Pervasive developmental disorder;
  • Childhood disintegrative disorder.

Cell therapy is increasingly used in autism correction protocols. It has allowed many children to get rid of symptoms and organically integrate into society. Autism correction with stem cells is now considered to be the most effective and promising method compared to physical, pharmacological and behavioral therapy, and verbal skills correction.

Stem cell correction signals a bright future for people with autism

The world’s scientists are now working to ensure that this technique can be used to fully correct autism. However, even at this stage, the results can be dramatic. Children who have undergone a course of correction with their own stem cells have practically no symptoms of the spectrum.

The essence of cell therapy is the administration of stem cells into the patient’s body. These cells are a building and reconstructive element. Cell therapy works in three directions: restoration of neural cells in the brain; improvement of cerebral blood circulation; and reduction of inflammatory processes in the cerebral cortex.

Compared with conservative therapy, cell therapy allows more stable and clear results to be achieved in a short period. At the same time, it has practically no contraindications, is perfectly tolerated by the patient and is much more effective than taking medications or working with a psychologist.

All that is needed for the correction are cells from the patient’s bone marrow, umbilical cord blood, or the umbilical cord blood of his healthy brother/sister, which matches the patient’s blood by more than 50% in biological parameters. In the vast majority of cases, children become more socially active, mentally and emotionally developed, form thoughts and words more easily, and are interested in the world around them.