REASON FOR TREATMENT
Ryker cerebral palsy was caused during labor. Right after birth Ryker was unresponsive, suffered from seizures and needed resuscitation.
As he was growing older, Ryker's early development began concerning his parents. They were especially concerned in regards to his motor skills.
From a very early age, Ryker has been receiving physiotherapy, helped his development and mobility immensely.
Wishing to get the best treatment available for their son, Ryker's parents have decided to try Cell Therapy treatment, and provide him with more chances to overcome possible disabilities.
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
when Ryker was diagnosed as a CP, he presented with abnormalities in his tone, posture, and motor skills. Ryker's largest obstacle was a significant delay in speech development.
Upon admission, Ryker's arm muscles were tight and his legs were stiff. Ryker exhibited difficulties lying on his left side and showed limitation of movements.
Even though Ryker showed abnormal muscle tone, he was eager to move and participate in physiotherapy.
Before Cell Therapy treatment, Ryker seldom used his right hand. The gestures of his right hand seemed to be clumsy and weak. It was difficult for him to grasp and pick up objects using his right hand.
While raising up his right arm, Ryker had involuntary tremors.
Ryker presented with dragged gait in his right leg and with the right foot in inversion. Slightly increased muscle tone was also noted.
METHOD OF TREATMENT
Cell Therapy implantations, Daily IV of medicines, neural nutrition and protection as well as Physical and Occupational Therapy sessions, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture
CONDITION AFTER TREATMENT
After the treatment Ryker's symptoms have improved significantly.
Ryker's speech became clearer than before and he is now able to build longer sentences. His tongue became flexible enough to allow him make sounds that he couldn't make before the treatment.
After the first two Cell Therapy implantation, Ryker could control his right wrist better. The flexibility of his right fingers has evidently improved; he can now pinch or pick up small objects (such as grain of rice) with his right thumb, index finger and middle finger. His right arm also presents less shaking.
Ryker's walking became faster and steadier; he now has less frequent falls than before the treatment. Ryker's dragged gait has improved, as well as his foot inversion.
Ryker can now climb stairs, cross the barrier (an exercise in physiotherapy), and walk on the balance board with better controle of his balance and without any assistance at all.
We wish Ryker to continue seeing further improvements, and hope to keep hearing from his parents about his further development.
Update via email:
"Ryker is doing great and he starts his regular therapy sessions tomorrow, we're excited to see where he'll be at over the next 6 months.....the treatment that he received is really working."