7359623PN peripheral neuropathy is a degenerative disorder of the nerves (usually of the hands and feet) and has many causes including traumatic injuries, infections (neuritis), metabolic problems and exposure to toxins. One of the most common causes is diabetes, and many cases are due to auto-immune disorders, but frequently, the cause of neuropathy cannot be identified. PN Peripheral neuropathy often causes symptoms of numbness and pain described as burning or tingling. Physicians use a number of medications to reduce the painful symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. Some cases progress and are resistant to medical therapy, making it difficult to manage symptoms. There is hope that mesenchymal cells will mitigate some of the degenerative effects of neuropathy.

Cells and Peripheral Neuropathy

Undifferentiated adult cells can change into the cells of many organs and tissues in the body. Useful in countless therapies, they repair damaged fibers and revitalize failing cells through cell division, a process in which they multiply indefinitely. The science of this innovative therapy has improved greatly over recent years with much progress being made in new treatment possibilities. The entire cellular surgical procedure for Peripheral Neuropathy takes approximately four hours.



If you have Peripheral Neuropathy and would like to explore your options for cell treatment, contact our office.

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