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Regenerative Medicine for Stroke Damage

A stroke occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is cut off, either by a burst blood vessel (hemorrhagic stroke) or a blockage in an artery (ischemic stroke, the most common type). Stroke damage often results because brain cells in the affected area, deprived of oxygen and nutrients, die or are severely injured. Common symptoms of stroke damage include impairments in speech, movement, sensation, and other functions most of us take for granted. Two-thirds of survivors have residual stroke damage, and the road to recovery is often rocky. After a few months of therapy and rehabilitation, patients are usually told that further progress is unlikely. However, regenerative medicine research suggests that improvements can be made months, even years after a stroke.

Stem Cell Research and Stroke Damage

The Newport Beach Stem Cell Treatment Center offers a protocol for stroke damage  that utilizes the beneficial properties of adult stem cells. During an outpatient process, the patient’s own stem cells are derived from adipose (fat) tissue–the richest source of adult stem cells–which is harvested by our board-certified surgeon during liposuction under local anesthesia. These cells are then deployed back into the patient’s body via injection or intravenous infusion. This regenerative medicine procedure takes about three hours to complete.

Medical News Today details how “a controversial stem cell treatment for stroke is showing promising signs….” (Click here to read more.)

At the Newport Beach Stem Cell Treatment Center, we are committed not only to quality care for our patients with stroke damage but also to stem cell research and the advancement of regenerative medicine. We are proud to be part of the only Investigational Review Board (IRB)-based stem cell treatment network in the United States that utilizes fat-transfer surgical technology. We have an array of ongoing IRB-approved protocols, and we provide care for patients with a wide variety of disorders that may be treated with adult stem cell-based regenerative therapy. Not all patients with residual damage following a stroke respond to stem cell therapy, and each patient must be assessed individually to determine the potential for optimal results from this regenerative process.Virtual Consultation

To learn More About Regenerative Medicine for Stroke Damage, Contact the Newport Beach Stem Cell Treatment Center

We are happy to answer any questions you might have about our approach to stroke damage. Call our Patient Services Department at (855) 627-2820, or fill out our confidential Candidate Application and we will contact you to provide additional information about our protocols and the services we offer.

The Newport Beach Stem Cell Treatment Center also offers a complimentary Virtual Consultation for potential candidates. Simply click on the graphic above and complete the form. We will respond to  your questions promptly by email, or a Patient Services Representative will schedule a telephone call to discuss your interests and concerns.

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