A systematic presentation of this section is very difficult, because the discussion about the weight of the genetic and the exogenous (environmental and hereditary) components in developmental disorders is still being waged. The existence of malicious processes during the synthesis of the gamete (union of sperm and the egg at conception), the pathological behaviour of the genetic material in the chromosomes, chromosome damage caused by toxins and/or radiation, infectious diseases of the child inside the womb (caused by infections in the mother) and damage during birth are all pathogens that affect the origin of developmental disorders of the human being. It is often impossible to perform a diagnostic analysis of all these causes and the assumptions of a developmental disorder in an individual case. Therefore, it is understandable, that the treatment of hereditary diseases and developmental disorders should be satisfactory; they can also look through various approaches in the hope of therapeutic success. To be able to perform diagnostic tests to find a cause would be almost impossible.
It is understandable, that the treatment of hereditary diseases and developmental disorders is generally unsatisfactory. This is due to the fact that we have to evaluate all the possible causes of a single disease and then choose a treatment and expect it to succeed. There are many serious diseases in this section: tendency to premature birth, impaired physical and mental development in children, cryptorchidism (the location of one or both testicles inside the abdomen), cerebral palsy, obesity/anorexia in adolescence, dwarfism, Down syndrome, cretinism, learning disorders and memory loss. Many of these diseases are caused by a malfunction of the hormonal system inherited from their ancestors, so in these cases there may be an improvement in symptoms when using cell preparations.
Treating Down Syndrome is infallible (as long as it is well-applied) at the latest in the third month of life. This requires a special mention of the important studies carried out by Schmidt. From discussing the biological basis of Down syndrome, he and his colleagues have developed a targeted therapy that has been particularly successful. This involves the use of hormones, vitamins, and foetal brain implants, but also pedagogical healing methods and gymnastic exercises. Chromosomal abnormalities underlying developmental disorders are resistant to treatment. But many of the symptoms of this syndrome (weakness of the connective tissue, ineffectiveness of the immune system against infections, hormonal disorders, visual defects, etc.) are surprisingly easy to correct.
Though the cell therapy will have a huge effect on your body, the best results are found in individuals who maintain a healthy lifestyle. This includes regular exercise; a healthy diet including all the food groups and just general good hygiene all have a positive effect. Our services are at the disposal of any individual who feels that anything mentioned above applies to you or someone you know, we can help you improve your life and those of your loved ones.