scientific publications on Autism, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, neurological disorders
Dr. Alok Sharma is a world-renowned Neurosurgeon, Neuroscientist, and Professor with extensive surgical experience in the areas of Neurosurgery, Neuroscience and Stem Cells, with a vast repertoire of stem cell publications. Dr Alok Sharma neurosurgeon has dedicated his entire life in paving a way for a brighter future and an independent life for individuals with incurable neurological disorders through the regenerative medical intervention of Dr Alok Sharma stem cell therapy. Since the inception of NeuroGen Brain and Spine Institute at Mumbai, India, Dr Alok Sharma Neurosurgeon and his team has treated more than 9500+ patients in more than 70 countries.
Before the inception of NeuroGen BSI, Dr Alok Sharma was at Sion hospital’s neurological department where he used to treat conditions such as multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury. Due to Dr Alok Sharma sion hospital contribution, people with neurodevelopmental disorders now have a hope for their treatment - stem cell therapy.
Dr Alok Sharma's stem cell publications publish and provides resources to support families, educators, and clinical professionals. This website includes a complete list of all of the publications which are authored by Dr Alok Sharma Neurosurgeon and his team to offer individuals and families at no cost.
Dr Alok Sharma Neurosurgeon aims to provide researchers, parents and students with up-to-date research in a broad range of Neuroscience, and to facilitate the curated global exchange of review, ideas and expertise among individuals in the neurodevelopmental community.
Currently, there have been around 100 scientific papers published in various international and national peer-reviewed journals, with more than 18 stem cell therapy published by Dr Alok Sharma neurosurgeon and his team.
Dr Alok Sharma has pioneered the research and clinical application on stem cells for incurable neurological disorders like Autism, Muscular Dystrophy, Intellectual Disability, Stroke, Dementia, Spinal Cord Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Motor Neuron Disease, and Traumatic Brain Injury. According to Dr Alok Sharma Neurosurgeon - stem cells are the most promising branch of regenerative medicine which has proven to improve the quality of life in patients suffering from neurological disorders. It’s main mechanism is to restore the damaged organ and tissue of people with persistent neurological diseases.
Dr Alok Sharma stem cell therapy has also proven that autologous adults stem cells are the safest form of Dr Alok Sharma stem cell therapy procedure as the proliferative tendencies of stem cells are controlled without having a risk of tumor formation. This makes Dr Alok Sharma stem cell therapy 100% safe without any major surgery or incision.
Dr Alok Sharma Received - "European Awards for Best Practices 2018" by European Society of Quality Research at Brussels, Belgium, 2018.
Dr Alok Sharma Received - "Bharat Gaurav" award for Distinguished Services to the Nation & Outstanding Individual Achievements at the renowned place of the world, the House of Commons of the British Parliament in London, UK.
Dr Alok Sharma Received - "The Best Stem Cell Therapy centre in Maharashtra" by Navbharat Healthcare Excellence award.
Dr Alok Sharma Received - "Quality Health Services in Neuro Sciences" by International Excellence Awards.
Dr Alok Sharma Received - "Best Institute of Stem Cells and Research Centre in India" at the hands of Honourable Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder in children, with difficulties in verbally comprehending commands or phrases, trouble in understanding, social interactions and normal everyday behaviour. Read more
Muscular Dystrophy (MD) refers to a group of more than 30 genetic diseases by progressive loss of muscle mass which causes muscle weakness, leading to faulty muscle production or growth, or destruction of the muscles. Read more
A spinal cord injury refers to the damage in the nervous tract which disrupts the signals from the brain through the spinal cord. Spinal cord is a responsible medium of communication from the brain to the entire body parts. Read more
Cerebral Palsy (CP) refers to damage to the developing brain either during pregnancy or after birth due to a group of non-progressive brain injury or malformation disorder that affects the ability to move. Read more
Brain stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when the brain supply to the parts of your brain is interrupted or reduced, cutting off the supply of oxygen and nutrients. Immediate action can prevent further damage to the brain or can lead to more serious clinical conditions.
Neurological disorders apply to any condition that has caused a dysfunction in any part of the brain, which results in any physical or psychological disorders. Other neurological disorders are traumatic brain injury, pediatric neurological disorders, vascular dementia, intellectual disability, etc. Read more
Intellectual Disability refers to general learning disability and mental retardation which is characterized by limitation in intellectual functioning (learning, problem-solving, judgment) and adaptive behavior (communication, independent living).
Ataxia is a neurological sign that refers to a lack of muscle coordination such as walking, picking up objects, gait abnormalities. Damage to the nerve cells in or around the cerebellum can be the cause of ataxia.
Motor Neuron Disease (MND) is a group of diseases caused by the degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that assist the muscle in their role of function, whereas, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a subtype of MND.
Traumatic Brain Injury refers to a sudden injury in the brain which occurs due to a bump, blow, or jolt to the brain. It also occurs when there is an object like gunshot penetrates the brain.
Dr Alok Sharma stem cell publication focuses on providing efficient and safe information on stem cell therapy presumed efficacy, patients' right to seek treatment, the distinction between cellular therapies, the distinction between stem cell product and medical service and non-homologous use of stem cells.