Incredible clinical trial results in increased motor function in paralyzed patients

An incredible new study is helping paralyzed patients regain some motor function after receiving one year of stem cell therapy. The clinical trial monitored the progress of patients between ages 18-69 and their positive outcomes have left researchers stunned.

Patients in the trial all suffered from recent spinal cord injuries of the neck which resulted in the loss of most sensation below the point of injury, as well as some paralysis of the legs and arms. Six of the patients have improved by one motor level on both sides of their bodies, and the amazing results don’t stop there.

Click here to read the full article and what this amazing study means for the future of stem cell therapy in paralyzed patients.

By | 2017-12-08T21:10:51+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Neck Pain|0 Comments