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Incomplete Spinal Injury

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Stem cell research and INCOMPLETE SPINAL INJURY

Patients with spinal cord injuries may often find themselves feeling helpless on their road to recovery. Spinal injuries take time to heal, but our non-invasive Stem Cell Therapy treatment can help you feel like your recovery is close in sight. 

Spinal cord injuries can vary in all different degrees of severity. When the back is broken and injured, and an incomplete spinal injury has been detected, the patient may or may not have any feeling or movement from the point of injury downward. A proper diagnosis of how severe the injury is can be determine 6-8 weeks after the time of injury. 

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Cause of Incomplete Spinal Injury:

There are many accidents that can cause incomplete spinal cord injuries, here are some of the few:
  • Auto-accidents
  • Falls and trips
  • Acts of violence
  • Sports and recreational activities
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Diseases, such as cancer, arthritis and inflammation 
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What is INCOMPLETE SPINAL INJURY?

A spinal cord injury occurs when the vertebrae is damaged and the ligaments and disks in the spinal cord are directly affected. Traumatic impacts that cause fractures, dislocations or compressions can all cause incomplete spinal injuries. Unlike “complete” spinal injuries, an incomplete injury means that the spinal cord is not completely damaged, and nerve signals can still travel through the spine.    

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help?

Incomplete Spinal Injury Symptoms:

Symptoms differ from person to person and vary in severity, but some symptoms include:  
  • Loss of some movement or sensation
  • Numbness or tingling in the feet and toes
  • Inability to control the bladder
  • Spasms
  • Pain or stinging
  • Difficulty breathing or airway issues (coughing or clearing your throat)

Incomplete Spinal Injury Risks:

Your chances of your spine being injured may be increased by factors such as: 

  • Sex – men account for approximately 80% of spinal injuries in the US
  • Being between the ages of 16-30 or over the age of 60
  • Participating in risky behavior – being reckless or careless increases your chances 

 

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