Cerebral Palsy: Nina from German

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Patient Name: Nina

Gender: Female

Age: 3

Nationality: Germany

Days Admitted to Hospital: 21 days

Treatment: Stem Cell Therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Supportive Treatment.


Bilateral spastic cerebral palsy (G80.0)

GMFCS-degree 3, MACS-degree 3, CFCS-degree 1

Premature delivery

Periventricular leukomalacia

Nonrecurring case of seizure on 05/2014

Hip subluxation on both sides and clubfoot


Nina, a lovely German girl with blond hair and big blue eyes, fair skin and sweet smile, she is the angel. Unfortunately, she is was a former born baby of 31+3ssw because of which she is suffering from spastic cerebral palsy and hip subluxation on both sides and clubfoot. All doctors here want to try their best to help this cute girl.


Medical Condition before Stem Cell Treatment

Before the treatment, She is unable to walk, sitting in baby carriage even though she is nearly 3 years old, she could not play the way like other kids in the same age. When she play she just creep, when she was happy she just can smile and dance with the music, waving her arms.


Stem Cell Treatment & TCM for Twenty-One Days

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including: MSC (Mesenchymal Stem Cell) Therapy, combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine (acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese massage, Chinese herbal soup) and Supportive Treatment. Nina’s condition has improved, the course of treatment has completed at 8 Sep. 2014.


Medical Condition after Stem Cell Treatment

After 3 weeks’ treatment, Nina’s entire condition has improved, through symptom comparison between admission and discharge. She can stand for a while leaning on something, can sit more straight than before. Her clubfoot is almost corrected, become flat, can touch the earth and can walk with the assistance of her parents. Her arms are more powerful, can keep straight and hold the steering wheel of the toy car, her father bought for her. Her whole upper body lay on the wheel because her arms are too weak to hold before the treatment. When discharge her hands activities are more flexible, can hold a big phone listening to some Chinese songs.

Disclaimer:  Please note the results will differ due to each patient’s unique condition. Please submit your medical files to obtain a professional consultation with us.