Stem Cell Treatment Cerebral Palsy

What Makes Beike’s Cerebral Palsy Treatment Effective?
Since 2005, we have been developing comprehensive stem cell treatment protocols for Cerebral Palsy to overcome the limitations of conventional therapies. In our protocols, stem cells are combined with specialized therapies for Cerebral Palsy that not only focus on helping the patient to cope with their symptoms, but also treat the root cause of the condition by promoting the healing of the original brain damage by using stem cells. Our comprehensive treatment approach for cerebral palsy is the best available worldwide. Our treatment gives our patients the best chances of improvements, allowing for a better quality of life. Please see below for more information about what is included our treatment protocols.

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More about our Therapies

  • Accupuncture

    Acupuncture is a treatment that stimulates specific sites of the body by using massage, heat, pressure, or thin needles to penetrate the skin at various depths. These specific sites are called ‘acupuncture points’ a point where muscle, nerves and connective tissue can be simultaneously stimulated. There are over 350 acupuncture points positioned on 12 meridians (pathways) throughout the body. Stimulation of these points activates the body’s natural painkillers as well as increasing blood flow. This is highly beneficial for stem cell patients as it enhances the reparative response of the treatment, increases movement of natural immune cells, anti-inflammatory cells and key nutrients significant in healing, thereby accelerating recovery and rehabilitation.

  • Aquatherapy

    Aquatic Physical Therapy is the practice of physical therapy in a specifically designed water pool with a therapist. The unique properties of the aquatic environment enhance interventions for patients with neurological or musculoskeletal conditions. Aquatic therapy includes a wide range of techniques allowing patients to improve their balance, muscle strength and body mechanics. Aquatic therapy works to enhance the rehabilitation process and support effectiveness of stem cell treatment.

  • Electric Stimulation

    Electrical stimulation is a type of physical therapy modality used to accomplish various tasks in physical therapy. When our patients have an injury or illness that causes pain or limited functional mobility, we may use electrical stimulation, or E-stim, as one part of your rehabilitation program.

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

    All body's tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function properly. When tissues are injured, they require even more oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen the blood can carry, allowing to restore normal levels of blood gases which in turns promote general tissue function. Optimal blood oxygen levels also then support the development of stem cells as well as survival of the newly generated cells.

  • Nutrition Therapy

    Medical nutritiontherapy (MNT) is a therapeutic approach to treat medical conditions and their associated symptoms via the use of a specifically tailored diet devised and monitored by a specialist. The therapy aims at fixing nutritional deficiencies and physiological imbalances in order to provide the best environment possible for the stem cells to develop properly as well as improving patient’s general health.

  • Occupatioinal Therapy

    Occupational Therapy is the use of assessment and treatment to develop, recover, or maintain the daily living and work skills of our stem cell patients with physical, mental, or cognitive disorders. Our Occupational Therapists also focus much of their work on identifying and eliminating environmental barriers to independence and participation in daily activities, similar to everyday life. Occupational therapy interventions focus on adapting the environment, modifying the task and teaching the skill, in order to increase participation in and performance of daily activities, particularly those that are meaningful to the patient.

  • Physiotherapy

    Physical therapy or physiotherapy (often abbreviated to PT) is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty that, by using mechanical force and movements, remediates impairments and promotes mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, and physical intervention. We combine our PT with stem cells for maximum physical rehabilitation improvements.

  • Transcarnial Magnetic Stimulation

    During a TMS session, an electromagnetic coil is placed against your scalp. The electromagnet painlessly delivers a magnetic pulse that stimulates nerve cells in the region of your brain involved in the patient’s medical condition, supporting recovery of the relating functions.

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Beike treatment protocol: Stem Cell Treatment+

Beike is unlike any other stem cell treatment clinic on earth, the reason? Since 2005, our therapies and holistic approach to enhancing the effects and improvements of our stem cells are what makes us the most reputable and successful stem cell treatment provider in the industry. We provide experienced experts in most major areas of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and acupuncture. Select any of our therapies to find out more and watch our videos to get the live experience!


At Beike, our treatment not only focuses on treating the patient current symptoms but also prevents future complications. As cerebral palsy patients mature, the primary symptoms will inevitably lead to further physical issues that could possibly be avoided.

Possible Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:

  • Improved motor functions
  • Increase muscle strength
  • Increased social skills and ability to communicate
  • Decreased muscle spasticity
  • Improved vision
  • Improved speech
  • Improved ability to chew and swallow
  • Lowered reliance on outside medical equipment (wheelchairs, braces, casts, etc)
  • Decrease/Eliminate Seizures

About our Stem Cells

Now let’s talk about the stem cells we use in our treatment protocol for Cerebral Palsy.

What are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the ability to help perform a variety of regenerative functions such as differentiate and replace a wide range of cells in patient’s body, regulate the immune system and stimulate patient’s own stem cells.
Adult Stem Cells (ACSs) are naturally present in every human being and their task is to regenerate dead and damaged cells during the body’s whole life span. They regenerate cells that are naturally dying (apoptosis) as well as cells injured by other reasons (disease, traumatic injuries etc.). These stem cells have limited differentiation and proliferation potentials, thus they are not likely to create any tumor or cancer. At Beike Biotech, we are only using Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells (UCBSC) and Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Stem Cells (UCMSC) in our treatment protocols, which are 2 types of Adult Stem Cells widely documented and considered as safe by the international scientific community.

How do our Stem Cells help treat Cerebral Palsy?
Stem Cells help Cerebral Palsy patients by rebuilding and regenerating the cells that were lost at birth due to a lack of oxygen. These cells will NEVER be naturally regenerated by the body which means the damage that has been done, will NEVER improve.

Is Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy Safe?
YES – Since the company’s founding in 2005, more than 20,500 patients (as of January 2016) have been treated with Beike’s stem cell technology with no serious adverse outcomes or reactions that have been related to the stem cell transplants. Our medical department doctors review in-depth medical information provided by patients and it is only after this review that patients may be accepted for treatment. All medical procedures present possibility for complications.


Cerebral Palsy

As you already know by seeking treatment for Cerebral Palsy, the traditional process of treating Cerebral Palsy is almost as complex as the condition itself. Cerebral Palsy is caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain during birth, being born premature, serious head injuries or infections such as Meningitis. Cerebral Palsy treatment and the everyday life complications are emotionally, physiologically, physically, financially and spiritually draining. The average lifetime cost of treating a child with Cerebral Palsy is $921,000USD, that cost does not include out-of-pocket expenses, visits to the emergency room, lost wages or physosocial effects. Unfortunately, there is no known cure for Cerebral Palsy, conventional treatments options for parents are:

  • Lifelong extensive physical/occupational therapies
  • Numerous costly and invasive surgical operations such as:
  • Surgery for muscles, tendons and joints. These surgeries are done to increase the range of motion. One example is; the surgeon may cut and lengthen a tendon, cut through muscles or attach a tendon to a different part of a bone.
  • Surgery to correct spinal curves or to prevent hip dislocation is also done.
  • Selective Dorshal Rhizotony – This is the cutting of the nerves of the affected limbs. This is done for contracture (the constant tightening of the muscles until they become hard and rigid). This is a very popular surgery for children who have severe muscle tightness
  • *One of the main benefits of Stem Cell Treatment is the ability to avoid invasive surgeries. Stem Cell Treatment has shown to reduce spasticity and allow the patient to avoid the above operations, which have numerous side effects such as infections, scaring, complications from Anastasia, etc
  • Special adaptive medical equipment such as braces, casts, walkers, wheelchairs and splints
  • Special schools
  • Lifelong reliance on numerous prescription medications, which has its own side of life altering side effects.
  • 24x7 supervision by guardian, family members or outside medical care firms

When considering treatment for Cerebral Palsy we focus on all factors that truly determine the level of care the patient needs, also, what a successful outcome would be. It is also important to note that each case of Cerebral Palsy is unique, with unique medical needs for each patient.  An example of being able to determine a successful outcome would be as follows; there is no known cure for Cerebral Palsy, so to have the expectation of curing the disease is unrealistic. However, we break down Cerebral Palsy into primary and secondary conditions we are able to identify a realistic treatment outcome, with measurable medical outcomes. An example of a typical primary condition is when a patient has facial muscle control and coordination problems.  The facial issues would be considered a “primary condition” with the secondary conditions being:

Common symptoms caused by Cerebral Palsy

  • Difficulty in chewing food
  • Inability and painful swallowing
  • Drooling from the mouth
  • Inability to make facial expressions such as smiling, joyful expressions
  • Inability to maintain eye contact
  • Inability to maintain speech
  • Spastic muscles
  • Irregular spine shape
  • Small jawbone
  • Small head size
  • Floppy or stiff body
  • Seizures
  • and more...

*Cerebral Palsy Resources


Patient Testimonials

Below are video interviews recorded during treatment with Beike stem cells regarding patient experience including the improvements they have noticed following the treatment. The improvements mentioned in these videos are typical for patients with cerebral palsy, however it does not guarantee that all patients may have these improvement.

Now that you have more information on how Stem Cells can help treat Cerebral Palsy we have only top tier medical professionals and experience patient representatives to help support you in every step of the treatment process. Please contact us today for help.

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