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- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injury
A sudden traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be devastating, leaving patients profoundly impaired—with poor memory, cognitive effects, inability to focus, and decrease or lack of motor and sensory functions. Other brain injuries such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) emerge more gradually, the result of multiple traumas or concussions sustained over many years.
In many cases, brain injuries can lead to harmful neuroinflammation, which can have profound effects on other areas of the body. But research shows that stem cells from umbilical cords secrete factors that can reduce inflammation as well as modulate the body’s immune response to help promote healing.
Advanced Treatments Available for:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Symptoms of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE)
- Other physical brain injuries and neurological disorders
World Leader in Cell Therapy
Advanced cell therapy based on recent research offers new hope to some patients who have sustained serious brain injuries—and were told not to expect much improvement. At BioXcellerator, our therapies and protocols take advantage of the body’s natural healing process to help:
- Improve memory, focus, and sensory perception
- Reduce or eliminate chronic pain
- Relieve secondary symptoms from injuries
- Enhance cognitive function
You Have Treatment Options for Serious Brain Injuries
Discover how cell therapy can help improve mental function, enhance mood, increase stamina, and help you enjoy a better life.
Citations and Scientific References
Our medical team takes pride in our reputation for collaborating with other scientists worldwide on research studies and those associated with established scientific publications. Review these published studies that support the science of our treatment protocols.
- Galgano M, Toshkezi G, Qiu X, Russell T, Chin L, Zhao L-R. Traumatic Brain Injury. Cell Transplant [Internet]. 2017 Jul 30;26(7):1118–30. Available from: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0963689717714102
- Ng SY, Lee AYW. Traumatic Brain Injuries: Pathophysiology and Potential Therapeutic Targets. Front Cell Neurosci [Internet]. 2019 Nov 27;13. Available from: https://www.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncel.2019.00528/full
- Sulhan S, Lyon KA, Shapiro LA, Huang JH. Neuroinflammation and blood-brain barrier disruption following traumatic brain injury: Pathophysiology and potential therapeutic targets. J Neurosci Res [Internet]. 2020 Jan;98(1):19–28. Available from: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jnr.24331
- Algethamy H. Baseline Predictors of Survival, Neurological Recovery, Cognitive Function, Neuropsychiatric Outcomes, and Return to Work in Patients after a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: an Updated Review. Mater Socio Medica [Internet]. 2020;32(2):148. Available from: https://www.ejmanager.com/fulltextpdf.php?mno=114281
- Hasan, A., Deeb, G., Rahal, R., Atwi, K., Mondello, S., Marei, H. E., Gali, A., & Sleiman, E. (2017). Mesenchymal Stem Cells in the Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury. Frontiers in neurology, 8, 28. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2017.00028
- Liu J, Han D, Wang Z, Xue M, Zhu L, Yan H, et al. Clinical analysis of the treatment of spinal cord injury with umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells. Cytotherapy [Internet]. 2013;15(2):185–91. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcyt.2012.09.005
- Gennai, S., Monsel, A., Hao, Q., Liu, J., Gudapati, V., Barbier, E. L., & Lee, J. W. (2015). Cell-based therapy for traumatic brain injury. British journal of anaesthesia, 115(2), 203–212. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/bja/aev229
Don’t give up hope. Find out if treatment could potentially change your life. Schedule a call with one of our Patient Advocates today.
Proprietary Protocols. Based on Advanced Science.
The most effective cell therapy starts with the best possible cells. BioXcellerator Signature Cells are produced from mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from Wharton’s Jelly umbilical cord tissue. (add a paragraph space here)
Based on our proprietary protocols, these cells are cultured and expanded in our on-site lab—and tested to make sure they meet high standards for purity and potency, and demonstrate:
- High levels of anti-inflammatory properties
- Best potential to modulate your immune system
- More potential to stimulate healing
Discover how Signature Cells and our advanced treatment protocols have helped some patients improve memory and focus—and enjoy life with less pain.
How Cell Therapy Works to Treat TBI and CTE
Reducing neuroinflammation and creating an optimal environment for the brain to heal itself.
When cells in the brain or throughout the body die or become damaged, your body uses its natural repair processes to promote healing. But in cases of serious injury, your body may not have enough of the cells it needs to repair damaged tissue or control harmful neuroinflammation. Research shows that stem cells can release growth factors that help the body promote healing and regenerate damaged cells. Studies also show that these cells can help reduce levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines and increase levels of anti-inflammatory cytokines—to reduce overall inflammation throughout the body. After an infusion of high-potency cells, your body has more cells available to regenerate tissues that have the potential to improve cognitive function and alleviate other symptoms of TBI and CTE.
Focused on Patient Outcomes
Learn how a personalized treatment program designed in consultation with our experts can potentially help:
- Promote healing of damaged brain tissue
- Reduce inflammation in the brain and throughout the body
- Extend range of motion
- Improve cognitive function
- Alleviate chronic pain
- Modulate the neuroimmune system
- Improve your quality of life
Real People. Real Results.
Meet patients who now enjoy improved cognitive function, less pain, and more energy thanks to advanced cell therapy for TBI and CTE.
Two-time UFC Hall of Fame champion
Treated for Knee, Shoulder, Back, and Neck Injuries and Pain, Osteoarthrosis and CTE
I’ve seen some of the best doctors around and had access to some of the best treatment. This one really changed everything. Before I went down to BioXcellerator, I wasn’t able to work out. I wasn’t able to train hard. It got to the point where I just really couldn’t do much with my shoulders. I remember that moment it clicked that I was actually doing something that I hadn’t been able to do in a few years. And I was just so happy. Got a lot of comments when I came back. Had some work been done on my face? No, I guess it helps you look younger. So that’s a bonus!
Treated for Post-Concussion Syndrome
My memory was in extremely bad shape. If I knew you, I couldn’t remember your name. If I was driving, I would forget where I was going. I didn’t know where I was, and I was just constantly living in a fog. And all of that just went away, and I was just so astonished. It was just so mind-blowing given as much agony that I was in. I literally could not function. But two days after the procedure, I went down to zero pain. Amazing … I have a new lease on life. I can’t remember the last time I felt this good.
Former Chicago Bears Quarterback
Treated for Chronic Pain, Back, Knee, and Shoulder Injuries and Degeneration, and CTE
My body is feeling pretty great. My knees feel good. I started working out again, and I’m able to work out without pain on the next day. I would recommend BioXcellerator to friends and athletes. Hopefully a lot of them have gone down to Medellín. It is a beautiful city. The hospital is near a mall where your hotel is. So everything is very convenient, and I highly recommend it to all my buddies.
Hall of Fame Wrestler
Treated for Shoulder Injuries, Herniated Discs, Degenerative Disc Disease, Chronic Pain, and CTE
Every morning when I wake up, my hand is completely numb, I can’t close it. So I woke up this morning at about three o’clock, and I was freezing. So I grab the blanket, and it’s kind of a thicker comforter. When I grabbed it, I realized that I had feeling in my hand. I haven’t been able to grip my hand for so long, or hold my briefcase in the airport. I said, ‘OK, I don’t want this to be a dream.’ And then when I woke up again, I’m like ‘wow!’