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Autism is a brain disorder that limits a person's ability to communicate and relate to other people. It first appears in young children, who fall along a spectrum from mild to severe.

Some people can navigate their world, some have exceptional abilities, while others struggle to speak. 

There are four disorders that fall under the heading of autism spectrum disorder (ASD): autism (also referred to as classical autism), Asperger’s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder (CDD), and pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) not otherwise specified.

Stem cell therapy is a novel and effective approach to the treatment of ASDs based on the unique ability of stem cells to influence metabolism and the immune system, and to restore damaged cells and tissues.

The signs of autism are more noticeable in a child’s second year. While other children are forming their first words and pointing to things they want, a child with autism remains detached. Signs of autism include:

• No single words by 16 months

• No pretend games by 18 months

• No two-word phrases by age 2

• Loss of language skills

• No interest when adults point out objects, such as a plane flying overhead

The stem cells (FSCs) used to treat ASD have a positive impact on all of the body’s organs and systems, starting with the brain. This is extremely important because, with ASD, the brain areas regulating memory, concentration, attention, speech and so on are damaged. Our treatment results in better blood and oxygen flow to the brain, called “improved perfusion,” better replacement of damaged neurons, and better formation of new arteries.

After a certain period, FSCs acquire the properties of the surrounding cells and differentiate into them. This leads to the restoration of white and gray matter and, consequently, to the subsiding of neurological symptoms and to improved intellectual capacity.

As impaired or lost neuron connections are restored, new neuron connections form and brain reactions accelerate because synaptic transmission improves.

Improvements in autistic children that can be expected after stem cell therapy:

• better tolerance for different foods and improved digestion. Some children begin to try new foods and like them;

• easier contact with the child, starting with eye contact. Children who did not fix their gaze at objects begin looking at them with interest;

• more adequate behavior at home and outside;

• reduced or loss of fear of loud noises, strangers and bright colors. This improvement is gradual;

• improved verbal skills. If the child was non-verbal, it is very likely to start making sounds, produce syllables and eventually pronounce words. Verbal children are likely to expand their vocabulary;

• development or improvement of writing skills;

• improved self-care skills;

• more sustained attention span and concentration.

Although the degree of these improvements varies from child to child, they have been reported in all cases.

One of the main goals of stem cell therapy is triggering brain development and preparing children for adult life by developing the skills they will need the most: communication, self-care, learning and professional skills.

Stem cell therapy is an effective and safe method for treating autism that can help your children with autism and autism spectrum disorders of different degrees. The earlier treatment is started, the better the results that you can expect.

Proven Autism Treatment Means Hope for Your Child.

• A Complete Autism Treatment Program That  Uses :

• Stem cell therapy

• Physical therapy

• Dolphin Therapy

• Hyperbolic oxygen therapy

  • • special diet .
  • • assertive technologies - devices the child may be in need.
  • • hearing screening or audio services.
  • • advisory services and training for the family.
  • • Educational programs. 
  • • other medical services. 
  • • nursing services. 
  • • occupational therapy .

• Services for fun and play. 

• Talk or language programs.