Traumatic brain injuries like concussions cause the brain to rattle around inside of the skull, leading to the loss of consciousness. After an individual wakes up from being knocked out, they may start to suffer from various cognitive impairments, such as fuzziness of memory and heightened emotional sensitivity. If you’ve suffered a head injury and have been experiencing these symptoms, there’s a chance that you may have damaged some of your brain tissue.
For these affected individuals, Personalized Regenerative Medicine offers stem cell treatments to help address traumatic brain injury. This treatment involves taking the same cells that help heal injuries to the bones and muscles, and using them to heal torn and bruised tissue in the brain.
The effects of traumatic brain injuries can worsen over time if they remain unchecked. Don’t take the risk. Make the first step towards addressing this issue and contact us in San Clemente. Our stem cell treatments have helped to heal many patients in the past, and we hope they can do the same for you.
Stem Cell Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury: How It Works
Stem Cells are typically inactive within the body until you suffer from an injury. Then, they are activated and begin to replicate, growing into different types of specialized cells to replace the dying ones. The idea of this treatment is to take that tissue repairing process, and to apply it to the brain.
Once the cells have been taken from the body, treated, and then reinfused, they can begin to replicate into brain cells to replace the damaged ones, which helps to reduce neuroinflammation.
After the treatment has been completed, patients can expect their symptoms to diminish with time as the torn and bruised brain tissue is gradually healed by the stem cells.
What Symptoms Can be Addressed With Stem Cell Treatments for Traumatic Brain Injuries?
You may experience a variety of symptoms depending on the severity of the blow that caused the traumatic brain injury. Some of the symptoms that we can address using this stem cell treatment include:
- Feelings of Dizziness
- Poor Attention
- Loss of Memory
- Slowed Reaction Time
- Sensitivity to Loud Noise and Bright Lights
- Double Vision
Am I Candidate for this Stem Cell Treatment?
If you’ve suffered any form of head injury which has lead to prolonged feelings of cognitive impairment, we encourage you to investigate into this form of treatment. However, before we can administer this treatment to you, you will need to attend a scheduled consultation with one of our practitioners. In order to make sure of your candidacy, the practitioner will sit down with you to discuss your medical history and current state of health. Alternatives will be discussed if it turns out that this treatment is not for you.
If you’ve suffered a head injury and have been feeling less sharp than you’re used to feeling, don’t wait. Contact us in San Clemente with whatever questions you may still have about our Stem Cell Treatment for traumatic brain injury. We look forward to your call and will do our best to answer them.