Stem Cell Therapies For Nueropathy
Improved Mobility | Improved Sensistivity
What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is a condition which targets your peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system connects the central nervous system (your brain and spinal cord) to muscles, organs, and other tissues in your body. This condition occurs usually in your hands and feet when your nerves are damaged, causing weakness, numbness, and pain. These nerves, including sensory nerves (responsible for your sense of touch), motor nerves (which control muscle movement and coordination), and autonomic nerves (which control regulatory body functions like blood pressure), are crucial to the normal functioning of the body. Other symptoms of neuropathy include impaired muscle movement, abnormal sensations in the legs and arms such as pins and needles, poor coordination, and extreme pain. In some cases, such as diabetic neuropathy, the condition can get to a point where limb amputation is necessary.
If you suspect your pains or loss of sensitivity can be attributed to neuropathy, reach out to the America Regenerative Medicine Institute for a complimentary consultation specific to you.
Stem Cell Treatments for Neuropathy
Stem cell-based regenerative treatments utilize stem cells injected into the site of pain or needing repair. We then allow the stem cells to take over and initiate healing in your affected areas. A major benefits to stem cell therapies is the minimal downtime required.
The American Regenerative Medicine Institute prides itself on ensuring all of our treatments are safe and effective for our patients.
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