What is Paralysis?

Paralysis can be accompanied by sensory and/or motor nerve damage, leading to the loss of muscle function and as a disease of the central nervous system associated with many neurological disabilities such as stroke, trauma, nerve injury, poliomyelitis, cerebral policy, and ALS. Depending upon the cause, paralysis may affect a specific muscular group or region of the body. Stem cells are the master cells that are responsible for developing an entire human body from a tiny two-celled embryo due to their unlimited divisions and strong power to differentiate into all the cells of different lineages. This power of stem cells has been harnessed by technology to isolate them outside the human body, concentrate in a clean environment and implant back.

Treatment for Paralysis at Cellebration Life Sciences, Inc. 

At Cellebration, we have mastered the technology for isolating the maximum number of viable stem cells from either the autologous sources of your own body or allogeneic with a matched donor to treat various patients with Paralysis. We are a licensed, private organization with a highly technologically equipped specialized facility under development designed to isolate and enrich the viable cell stems which will be infused into the patient. Stem cell treatment for Paralysis involves administration of concentrated cells in the targeted area to form colonies, adapt the properties of resident stem cells and initiate some of the lost functions that have been compromised by the disease or injury. These cells are administered through one of the methods after a considerable analysis of the patient’s unique history and medical professional’s advice.

  • Intravenous Administration:-In this mode, cells are infused through the veins to expand blood volumes in the system, to ensure that the maximum number of cells reach the targeted area.

Once infused back in the body, these cells can be repopulated at the damaged parts of the neural system. Through strong paracrine effects, they differentiate into lost or damaged neurons and improve the supply of blood or help in production of supporting cells to improve the functioning of the neural system. Thus with our standardized, broad based and holistic approach, it is now possible to obtain noticeable improvements in patients with Paralysis for symptoms as well as their functional abilities.