Therapy for Neuropathy
Neuropathy sufferers now have a new, minimally invasive therapy option: stem cell treatment for neuropathy. Stem cell therapy for neuropathy is an alternative, revolutionary approach to relieving your neuropathy pain and symptoms. A stem cell’s primary function is to repair and regenerate damaged tissue. When applied as part of a neuropathy pain treatment, they seek out any tissue in the body that is damaged and repair it, leading to improved function.
Stem Cell Therapy for Neuropathy Concerning Foot and Ankle Conditions
For many people, especially those who have diabetes, peripheral neuropathy most often occurs in the feet. The discomfort caused by peripheral neuropathy in people, whether they are diabetic or not, is most commonly described as a sharpness, shooting, or burning. Some describe the nerve pain as feeling as if they were getting electric shocks.
No matter how the pain or tingling is described, the core reason for it is nerve damage, and an effective neuropathy pain treatment must address damage to the nerve cells. Stem cell-based therapy for peripheral neuropathy works to repair damaged nerves and rebuild new nerve connections, even in diabetic patients.
This new stem cell therapy for neuropathy does more than just heal nerve damage; stem cell treatment for neuropathy also addresses glial cells and cytokine inflammation, which has a significant role in both the development of and the progression of neuropathy.
For many patients, stem cell-based therapy for neuropathy works better than pain medication.
Neuropathic pain, including that produced by idiopathic peripheral neuropathy, doesn’t always respond well to pain medication or other pharmaceutical drugs. Even when it does, there are often unwelcome side effects that accompany the response to such forms of neuropathy pain treatment, including weight gain, drowsiness, dry mouth, or negative mood changes.
The National Stem Cell Institute’s proprietary stem cell therapy for neuropathy uses mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from the patient’s adipose tissue or bone marrow, so you don’t have to worry that our new therapy for neuropathy is adding to the risks and side effects of any medication.
The stem cells used in our stem cell therapy for neuropathy are not embryonic stem cells or cells from fetuses. Instead, these regenerative cells come straight from fat stores in your own body just a few hours before they are injected back into your body and put to work to heal disease or dysfunction such as peripheral neuropathy. The safety of stem cell therapy procedures has been well established in countless studies and research, and it extends to our stem cell therapy for peripheral neuropathy.
After stem cell therapy for neuropathy, patients experience relief from Neuropathy Pain.* Scar tissues begin to heal and reverse to healthy tissue while inflammation and pain are relieved. This relief to peripheral neuropathy after a stem cell transplant allows patients to increase their daily activities and movement, getting them back to a healthier, happier life.
NSI’s proprietary stem cell therapy for neuropathy requires no overnight stays in a hospital. It’s done on an outpatient basis with little to minimal downtime post-procedure. Most people return to their usual, everyday activities the very same day that they undergo stem cell treatment for neuropathy.
Are you struggling with neuropathy pain? Experiencing any of the following symptoms?
- Intense Foot or Leg Pain
- Numbness or Tingling in Your Extremities
- Trouble Walking Up Stairs
- Nighttime Muscle Cramping in Your Feet or Legs
- Pins and Needles Sensation in Your Feet or Legs
- Weakness in Your Legs or Feet
- Hot or Cold Sensations in Your Feet
- Lost Mobility
Stem Cell Therapy for Neuropathy as an Alternative to Risky Pain Medications
You’ve probably seen quite a bit in the news about the dangers of pain medications such as opioids. Some researchers are studying alternatives to such risky medications, and for many patients, stem cell therapy for neuropathy may be an excellent choice.
Neuropathic pain frequently doesn’t respond well to morphine or other opioid-based medication. But even if you aren’t taking such potent drugs for your neuropathic symptoms, your body can still build up a tolerance for whatever you do take. This can result in the need for higher and higher doses.
In many cases, the higher a patient’s dose of pain medication, the greater the side effects. Depending on the drug, these can include:
- A sense of disorientation
- Nausea or vomiting
- Respiratory depression
Our new stem cell therapy for neuropathy, however, is a safe, drug-free alternative to medications. There is no risk of addiction or dependency with stem cell therapy for peripheral neuropathy or others forms of neuropathy because stem cells are not manufactured pharmaceuticals. Instead, stem cells are a natural part of your body and are, in fact, the basis of all healing within the body.
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* Disclaimer: Individual patient results may vary. As each patient’s problem is different, each therapy option must be tailored around your specific needs.