Autism is estimated to affect one in 59 children, but it occurs four to five times more frequently in boys. As a developmental disorder that significantly impacts emotional, behavioral, and social functioning, many of these children need constant support throughout their life. Please fill out a medical review form, or call our office in Glenview, Illinois to learn more about it.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is a developmental disorder that includes a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and social challenges.
Some children with autism don’t speak, struggle to perform daily tasks, and need constant support. Others are very verbal yet can’t engage in back-and-forth conversations, struggle to follow nonverbal cues, and need varying degrees of support. Child on the spectrum varies widely on symptoms exhibited.
Other deficits (may include but not are not necessarily present) include:
Each child or adult with autism is unique. Therefore, each intervention plan should be tailored to address their specific needs. Intervention can involve behavioral therapies, medications or both. Objective scientific studies have confirmed the benefits of two methods of comprehensive behavioral early intervention. They are the Lovaas Model based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the Early Start Denver Model. Parents and therapists also report success with other commonly used behavioral therapies, including Floortime, Pivotal Response Therapy, and Verbal Behavior Therapy. The early behavioral intervention involves extensive time commitments from the child, family, and professionals. Scientific studies have demonstrated that early intensive behavioral intervention improves learning, communication, and social skills in young children with autism. Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) can change a child’s life. However, with any type of treatment, results vary with each child.
GIOSTAR (Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research) is home to the top experts in the field of stem cell research, and provides scientific know-how to GIOSTAR-CHICAGO. GIOSTAR-CHICAGO is an independently run facility from GIOSTAR. Involved in the field of stem cell research for almost two decades in the U.S.A, GIOSTAR has provided treatments to thousands of patients using their advanced protocols outside of the United States. GIOSTAR believes in the potential of supplementing traditional treatments for autism (such as behavioral therapies and medications) with cellular rejuvenation therapy. Focusing solely on one particular form of treatment does not necessarily yield the desired results.
GIOSTAR opened the world’s first stem cell therapy hospital in India, and has plans to continue building stem cell treatment centers with health care partners around the world. Their goal is to develop treatments for several diseases, and offer hope to millions suffering around the globe with safe, effective and affordable healthcare.
Within the body, there are different sources of stem cells - known as the "mother" or "master" cells capable of differentiating into virtually any type of cell. It has been documented by several scientific publications that stem cells may differentiate into a specific cell or tissue type. This suggests the possibility to develop the treatment for autism.
Although results vary, our patients may see symptomatic improvements. For example, the parents of Pratyush, (a young boy who suffers from autism) were told by doctors that their son is a special child, will require their support, and will remain like this for the rest of his life. Pratyush’s parents decided to look further into other treatments and came across GIOSTAR. After careful consideration, they moved forward with stem cell therapy and saw vast improvements in their son (with no side effects) even after the first treatment.
“We saw a big change in Pratyush and his condition improved a lot.”
Before treatment: Pratyush would not respond when his name was called. He also would urinate anywhere. He would have diapers on all the time.
After treatment: Pratyush now utters many words and repeats after us. He tries to remove his diapers and he has started feeling the urge to urinate. Pratyush’s teachers have also identified improvements in him.