REASON FOR TREATMENT:
Solvita kadzyte is a 4 year old girl from Lithuania. She was admitted to Beijing Beijing Puhua International Hospital International Hospital due to "postnatal retardation in speech and motor ability for 4 years" on 28th July 2010.
Solvita was delivered at normal gestation, and at the age of six months, was observed to be hypotonic. Throughout her up bringing her parents were noticing delay in her motor functions, and have been advised on physiotherapy. Solvita had undergone physiotherapy, which did bring significant improvements.
TREATMENT:4 injections of neural Cell Therapys + 1 IV Cell Therapys +Self Cell Therapy activation and proliferation therapy.
START OF TREATMENT: July 28th, 2010
CONDITION BEFORE THE TREATMENT:
Before Cell Therapy treatment, Solvita presented with cerebellar signs that impacted on her motor development, her ability to car for self, speech and language development. Solvita was unable to walk by herself, however showed great desire to do so. Even with assistance, Solvita's walking was unstable mostly due to poor balance. She could stand by herself, but just for a short time.
Prior to Cell Therapy treatment, 4-year-old Solvita could use fork or spoon to feed herself and drink from an open cup using both hands; however, she still needed help with her dressing.
Solvita's speech was not very clear and somewhat slow. She was able to speak short sentences, and people outside her family had difficulty understanding her.
After four weeks of Cell Therapy treatment, Solvita has gained some improvements. She has become more active than before. Her balance while standing and walking is much than before. While in treatment, Solvita made many attempts at walking unaided.
Solvita's strength has increased. In the past, she was able to stand by herself just for a short period of time, however after treatment she can now stand independently for a longer periods of time.
At the same time, Solvita has gained better balance in sitting position and kneeling.
Before leaving Solvita was looking forward to going to her kindergarten with her newly acquired skills. When her mother was celebrating her birthday in our hospital, Solvita told everyone who attended that she will be walking in her new school.
Solvita's family is now raising money for a second treatment, and hopes to see further improvements in her condition in the future.