When one or more of your hormones are either overproduced or underproduced, you have a hormonal imbalance. It’s a general phrase that can refer to a wide range of hormonal disorders.

​Hormonal imbalance in men are classified into:

    • Andropause
      This type of male hormonal imbalance, also referred to as male menopause, is the most prevalent.
    • Adrenal Fatigue
      A long period of stress may cause your adrenal glands to produce less cortisol, a stress hormone.
    • Hypothyroidism
      When the thyroid gland becomes underactive, this disease develops.
    • Hyperthyroidism
      This illness is brought on by an overactive thyroid gland.


Typically, the symptoms of ASD become clearly apparent between the ages of 12 and 24 months during early childhood. However, symptoms can potentially appear earlier or later.

Two common categories of ASD symptoms are:

1. Communication and social interaction difficulties
2. Restricted or repetitive behaviors or activities


Causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

More than 1,000 genes have been linked to ASD, but many of these associations have not been confirmed. There are several genetic variations that are known to increase the risk of developing ASD, but not everyone who carries these variations will be affected. Most gene variants have a small individual effect. It is estimated that genetic factors account for between 40-80% of the risk for ASD.

The likelihood of an individual developing this complex disorder is also influenced by a combination of environmental risk factors, such as parental age, complications during birth, and other as-yet-unknown factors.



Being outside of the norm or mainstream is what is referred to as conventional treatment. Only a few proven therapies are available for ASD:

  1. Applied behavioral therapy (ABA)
  2. Speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy to help build communication and motor skills
  3. Medications to relieve behavioral or anxiety issues

All of these therapies may be beneficial, but none of them can treat ASD, and the drugs may have negative side effects.


A subtype of endosomes called multivesicular bodies contain membrane-bound intraluminal vesicles. These intraluminal vesicles form by budding into the lumen of the multivesicular body and are the precursor to exosomes. Some intraluminal vesicles are released into the extracellular environment, but most fuse with lysosomes for degradation. Exosomes are formed when intraluminal vesicles are secreted out of the cell into the extracellular environment, which happens when the multivesicular body and plasma membrane fuse.


MSCs, or mesenchymal stem cells, use their properties of self-renewal, immune modulation, anti-inflammation, signaling, and differentiation to have a positive impact on the body. MSCs can also self-renew by dividing and developing into multiple specialized cell types found in a specific tissue or organ. MSCs are adult stem cells, meaning they do not raise ethical concerns and are not derived from embryonic material.

MSCs are multipotent stem cells that can self-renew and differentiate into various cell types such as neurons, hepatocytes, adipose tissue, cartilage, muscle, tendon/ligament, and bone. They play a role in tissue regeneration and differentiation, including maintaining homeostasis and function, adapting to changes in metabolism or environment, and repairing damaged tissue.



CelltiX is a type of extracellular vesicle from Umbilical Cord-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) manufactured in a cGMP-compliant facility.

It is a novel form of a major paracrine factor released by MSCs into a culture medium, which plays an important role in a wide range of biological processes.


CelltiMax is a product derived from human umbilical cord-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). The cells are cultured, then administered to the patient via intramuscular or intravenous injection. They have the ability to differentiate into specialized cells with specific functions for various parts of the body, and can reduce inflammation, repair, renew, regenerate, and replace damaged cells.


Beneficial Actions of Stem Cells for Autism

  • ​Cross the endothelial brain barrier
  • Migrate to sites of injury
  • ​Communicate with and alter nearby cells
  • Encourage existing cells to self-repair
  • Immune modulation
  • Transform into neurons
  • Promote the formation of nerve cell axons

Results Achieved with  Stem Cell Treatment for Autism  Stem Cell Treatment for Autism

  • Enhanced immunity
  • Improved metabolism
  • Reduced repetition
  • Increased communication ability
  • Improved memory and learning capacity
  • Improvements in verbal skills, writing skills, self-care skills, attention span, and concentration
  • Tolerance of different foods



​If you feel we might be able to offer meaningful improvement to both your condition and your quality of life, then please reach out to schedule a free consultation with one of our in-house clinical experts. We offer consultations in both Malay and English. 

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​During your consultation, we will: we will:

Review your medical history & recent evaluations

Explore what your treatment package might look like​

Answer any questions you have about us

Answer any questions you have about the therapies

Discuss practical next steps, ​if you feel we can effectively treat you

Review your medical history & recent evaluations

Explore what your treatment package might look like​

Answer any questions you have about us

Answer any questions you have about the therapies

Discuss practical next steps,
​if you feel we can effectively treat you