REASON FOR TREATMENT: Abdul Azim Azhar Ali Khan was born prematurely, weighing at 1.6 kg. As his delivery became complicated, Abdul Azim has suffocated, which resulted in Cerebral palsy. Currently Abdul Azim is spastic quadriplegic, more severe on his lower limbs. He cannot take care of himself, and needs his care provider and family to aid him in all daily activities.
TREATMENT: 4 injections of neural Cell Therapys + Self Cell Therapy activation and proliferation therapy.
START OF TREATMENT: March 2nd, 2010
CONDITION BEFORE THE TREATMENT: Interview before--Abdual Azim.wmv;OT before.wmv; Speech before--Abdul Azim .wmv
Abdul Azim is spastic quadriplegic, and is confined to a wheelchair. He cannot stand or walk by himself. When aided, Abdul Azim can. He has very poor balance, and while sitting, he cannot support his trunk well. While standing, Abdul Azims right foot cannot touch the ground. His hand coordination is poor, especially at his wrist. He has problems rotating it.
Abdul Azims speech is unclear, and he speaks very slowly, which makes it difficult for outsider to understand. Abdul Azims family has tried to provide their son with every possible means to give him a better quality of life, and while hearing about Cell Therapy treatment in Beijing Beijing Puhua International Hospital hospital, they came to a decision that the treatment might help Abdul Azim to achieve improvements, which will eventually better his quality of life.
AFTER TREATMENT: Interview after.wmv; Therapy after.wmv
While in the hospital, Abdul Azim and his father were working very hard with the rehabilitation team, in order to produce every possible improvement following Cell Therapy implantations. After the treatment, his muscle tone has decreased in all four extremities, which made his limbs more flexible. Abdul Azims muscle strength in upper limbs has increased, and he can now lift his upper hands to his head. Abdul Azims grip is firmer now. His hands coordination has improved, especially with wrist rotation. He can now bend his legs and walk with assistance. His walking pace is now stronger and faster. His trunk and knee joints are straighter than before. Unlike before the treatment, his feet can now touch the ground while standing. For the first time, without having his care provider to do it for him, Abdul Azim can change his position from lying to sitting by himself. Abdul Azim is going back home, hoping to see further improvements with the physiotherapy regime he has learned in the hospital.