You may have heard a great deal about learning defects in kids and you may be thinking it is in reference to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or bipolar disorder since both seem to be on the rise among youngsters around the world. However, this learning defect is in reference to autism. According to the latest statistics available from the American government, one in 168 kids is autistic. Since this learning disability is on the rise, an entire new field has risen to treat it. Indeed, more autism treatment doctors working at various clinics have emerged to treat kids with this learning defect in the past ten years as it receives more and more attention in the media and as more and more kids are diagnosed with this life long learning handicap.
Stem cell therapy and autism treatments
Because autism is essentially a neurological disorder (pertaining to the brain and nervous system), recent research has concentrated its efforts on stem cell therapies. Stem cell therapies hold much promise in terms of treating autism because these types of therapy rejuvenate the brain cells in autistic kids, and encourages new neuron and dendrite connections to form in their brains. This is because stem cell therapies containing regenerative stem cells are injected directly into the brain. The result is to rewire and energize the brain to make it work like brain cells and brains do in non autistic kids. This is done by restoring neuron connections. These new connections help accelerate brain transmissions and activity resulting in more active, alert, and responsive kids.
How stem cell therapies are a ‘ray of hope’ for autistic kids
Stem cells are the building blocks of cells in the human body. It is because of this fact that they can be differentiated into different cell types. They can also rejuvenate themselves and surrounding cells. Their amazing ability to undergo meiosis many times and split into the same cells found in their environments makes them able to repair damaged tissue. This is a ‘ray of home’ for autistic kids because their disability stems from damaged cells in brain tissue. Stem cells can repair existing damaged tissue, and their ability to bypass the ‘blood brain barrier’ and be injected directly into surrounding brain tissues makes them able to divide into healthy cells which are identical to the cells in the affected and surrounding areas in the brain. The result is an increased improvement in brain and social abilities in autistic kids, especially as the damaged cells begin to die off and be replaced by newer and better functioning cells which are produced by the stem cell therapy injections.
The doctors involved…
This type of stem cell therapy is performed by talented doctors. These doctors are board certified and have many years of experience in the field. This, combined with their education and degrees from the top medical schools in their respective specialties makes them experts in terms of healing and restoring the damaged brain tissue found in autistic kids. These doctors are not just medical professionals, they are healers who are able to transform the average autistic kid into a wonder and a super kid through various healing stem cell therapies.
Now that you know…
Why don’t you take your autistic kid in for stem cell therapies to heal and restore his her brain today now that you know the wonders it can work for him or her?