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Cerebral palsy (CP) is a disorder that affects muscle tone, movement, and motor skills (the ability to move in a coordinated and purposeful way).

CP usually is caused by brain damage that happens before or during a baby's birth, or during the first 3 to 5 years of a child's life. This brain damage also can lead to other health issues, including vision, hearing, and speech problems; and learning disabilities.

Stem cell therapy has been used for the treatment of cerebral palsy for 21 years more than 53 children with CP with positive results reported by more than 90% of parents.

The main stem cell treatment results include:

• replacement of lost brain cells;

• repair or protection of damaged nerve cells.

stem cell treatment helps to limit the damage to cells in the brain and makes the symptoms of cerebral palsy more manageable.

A combination of routine methods and stem cell therapy leads to a number of improvements:

• reduction of hypertonicity in extremities;

• improved balance;

• increased mental development, such as patience, interest in external things, concentration, memory, and learning ability;

• normalized function of internal organs;

• better social adaptation;

• easier care for the child.

Stem cell transplantation therapy is used to directly augment the regenerative abilities of an injured brain. It opens new opportunities in treating cerebral palsy. The grafted stem cells are able to ameliorate severe injury-related neurological defects.

Stem cell therapy is a very powerful driver, and the best results are reported in combination with physiotherapy and occupational therapy to improve movement and mobility, and speech therapy to improve communication skills.