01 Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
This is the most severe type of Spinal Cord Injury. It can lead to partial or complete loss of function and associated medical complications. It can also turn out to be fatal.
02 Thoracic Spinal Cord Injury
Such an injury affects the upper chest, abdominal muscles, and mid-back area and can lead to loss of sensation in the legs and genitals, incontinence, and lower back pain.
03 Lumbar Spinal Cord Injury
This injury affects the hips and legs and can lead to varying degrees of loss of function in the lower body.
04 Sacral Spinal Cord Injury
A rare type of Spinal Cord Injury that affects the upper thighs, hips, buttocks, and genital area due to direct injury to the sacral region. Patients will experience some loss of function in the legs and hips but can learn how to walk with physiotherapy.
Experiments with Stem Cell Therapy have yielded promising results for the treatment of a Spinal Cord Injury. Stem cells are self-renewing and possess the unique ability to ‘become’ any cell in an organism. Through the suitable application, stem cells can be turned into neurons to replace the ones lost in a spinal cord injury, thereby restoring neural function to a point where the patient recovers enough mobility and function to live a more independent life.
Our team of neurologists and therapists has extensive experience in providing the best Spinal Cord Injury rehabilitation, comprising Stem Cell Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. Recognized globally for our advanced care, we take a holistic approach to rehabilitation that includes a range of exercises for both complete and incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries.
Rama Tirtha (name changed)
“I am Rama Tirtha, a quadraplegic, cervical (c5-c6) injury patient who could not move without a walker. I had to drag my legs and my fingers were completely closed and tight before coming to Plexus Neuro and Stem Cell Research Center.
I heard about Plexus from a friend who had come down from Mysore after meeting Dr Naeem Sadiq. Dr Na’eem recommended Stem Cell Therapy and rehabilitation for two months. He had promised that he would help me increase my mobility. Now I can walk, my fingers have opened up, and even my grip is better.
Plexus is the kind of place where you do not feel like a patient. It has a homely atmosphere and all your problems are dealt with patiently. Dr. Naeem and his team put in a lot of effort in treating their patients. They conduct weekly reviews to keep track of their improvement and set tasks for themselves to help improve the patients even further.
So far, I have opted for treatment for four months, including rehabilitation comprising Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. I received Stem Cell Therapy in the first month and my improvement has been commendable. My balance and posture has completely improved and the fear of falling down has disappeared. Now I can walk for a longer period. All of these achievements are due to the Plexus rehabilitation team who sweat it out with their patients to increase independence, boost energy, and renew confidence. I am so thankful to my team - Kanishka, Subhadeep, Sailo, Kasturee and Deb for helping me achieve the impossible.
I would recommend Plexus Neuro and Stem Cell Research Center to everyone as I believe it is the best in India. I would like to thank Dr Na’eem Sadiq Sir and his team for giving me a new lease on life and a better tomorrow.”
Ayesha (name changed)
"I came from Maldives to get treated for my cervical spinal cord injury. I was completely immobile. Even sitting on a wheelchair was impossible for me and I would only prefer lying down at all times. I took stem cells and rehab for three months and now I can stand with support! I can easily sit for hours together without getting tired and can even use my hands. The entire team at Plexus is simply amazing. Thank you everyone!"
Yes, depending on the level of injury and it may take some time.
Our Regenerative Rehabilitation program consists of Stem Cell Therapy, Stem Cell Nutritive Therapy, various oral and intravenous medications, and a holistic rehabilitation program consisting of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.