Stem Cells For Peripheral Neuropathy.
Many people suffer with the aggravating symptoms of neuropathy, which can include one or a combination of the following: pain, burning, tingling and numbness. These symptoms usually affect the arms, hands, legs or feet. Many times the cause cannot be found. The bottom line is that sufferers cannot be as active as before, at work, or with hobbies, or with family.
What we do know about neuropathy is that the nerves that are affected are being damaged by inflammation. An inflamed nerve loses its function to carry normal messages, like a radio or TV that isn’t getting the signal properly, resulting in a static sound or picture. For the same reasons, an inflamed nerve is not getting the nerve signals properly, causing the “static” of pain, tingling, numbness and burning. The nerve also loses its function of carrying normal messages of communication needed by the body.
The condition can be lifelong, causing persistent disability and dysfunction, with many people unable to walk or balance themselves.The condition is very common, affecting more than 3 million people in the U.S. every year. Medical treatments may help somewhat but medicine has no cure for this scourge upon humanity. Treatments can include Gabapentin, Lyrica, antidepressants, pain medication, anti-seizure medications and pain-relieving creams. These drugs can have dangerous side effects and may not even work.
So, it is imperative to find the actual root cause of the damage to the nerve. What is causing the nerve to be inflamed causing neuropathy? Only then can a successful solution be delivered. There are alternatives which can help people find relief from this crippling disorder. We have had remarkable success using new modern treatments that includes the administration of stem cells. Stem cells are overcoming the underlying inflammation, which allows the damaged nerves of neuropathy to regenerate and heal. The miracle of stem cells is allowing a chance for neuropathy sufferers to finally return to a more normal life, able to be active again and enjoy life and family, like they were meant to live.