It’s likely that, if you’ve come across this page, you have at least a vague idea of what neuropathy is; but, before we delve into how alternative medicine can significantly and positively affect neuropathic conditions, here’s a quick definition:
Neuropathy is an umbrella term for nerve damage that can show a wide variety of symptoms, making it hard to diagnose for many doctors.
Regenerative Cellular Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy
Regenerative cellular treatments utilize mesenchymal cells and growth factors to facilitate the body’s natural healing process and relieve your body from neuropathic pain.
The premise of this specialized method of treatment is that it gets to the root of your pain, rather than covering up the symptoms. Immediately upon injection, these cells enable your body’s healing mechanisms to repair damaged areas naturally, fixing the underlying cause of your neuropathy pain for relief that lasts.
At ReMed Pain & Wellness Clinic, our regenerative cell-based therapy uses Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal cells that are collected from donated umbilical cord tissue after a healthy cesarean section birth. The mothers are prescreened for health and social history, and there is virtually no chance for rejection because the young cells haven’t formed their own immune system yet.
These powerful cells are collected with the highest care for extraction and storage. Upon injection, regenerative cells implement growth factors into your damaged tissue in order to promote natural relief from neuropathy pain, accelerating healing in the affected areas.
Causes of Neuropathy
Neuropathy is typically linked to other medical conditions, including:
- Long term alcoholism
- Liver and Kidney diseases
- Exposure to toxins and heavy metals
- Diseases like AIDS, hypothyroidism,& Lyme disease
- Nutritional imbalances like B vitamin deficiencies
- Type 1 & 2 Diabetes
- Long term use of certain medications
Common Neuropathy Symptoms
If you believe that you are experiencing the adverse side effects of neuropathy, it’s likely that you’re displaying symptoms such as:
- Foot & ankle pain
- Inflammation in the knees, calves, or shoulders
- Limited range of movement
- Numbness & tingling in the extremities and limbs
- Weakness or tremors
- Headaches & migraines
- Chronic pain & fatigue
- Stiff neck muscles
- Back pain
- Inability to feel pain
- Burning sensation
- Pins and needles
- Inability to sleep
The next step is to find an effective way to alleviate the pain that results from neuropathy.
Let’s Build a Treatment Plan Together
We want to help you get out of your neuropathic pain. Start your journey towards better health by calling us today to discuss your neuropathy symptoms, including chronic pain and nerve issues. Our team of qualified health professionals will assess your condition and provide a personalized health plan. Together, we aim to develop a treatment plan that will get you back to the level of health that you’ve always wanted.
Call us to book an appointment today at (214)-221-2525.