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Neuroplasticity, brain entrainment, cognition and intellectual functions amelioration through the complex integrative approach of biological regenerative medicine

Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics
Dina Tullina,1 Mike KS Chan,1 Michelle BF Wong,1 Garnet E Dupuis,2 Dmytro Klokol3

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Neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders along with other conditions causing mental health and cognitive intellectual decline are reaching epidemic proportions in all ages groups. Regeneration and neuroplasticity thought to be incompatible with advanced human mental abilities but last decades research showed promising results in various forms of brain changes. In spite of the increasing predominance and debilitating influence on patients, actual treatment strategies demonstrate limited efficacy in preventing, slowing, or stopping the progression of the disease. Thus, the research and development of modern therapies and complex approach are of deepest concern. The methods of management and therapies include application of behavioral therapies, neuropeptides, various forms of stem cell therapy including precursor stem cells (PSC), hyperbaric oxygenation, “first language” sound/light brain entrainment, transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), education and training centers, memory diet mode and diet. The complex therapy including integrative and physiotherapeutic approaches demonstrated reliably stable results and significant influence on the course of the neurodegenerative process and clinical symptoms.



Neuroplasticity, cognition, amelioration