Neuropathy is characterized by numbness, tingling, and pain due to damage of the nerves. If you are dealing with neuropathic pain, you are very familiar with the difficulty it can cause during your day-to-day activities. Many of those with peripheral neuropathy have a hard time doing even the simplest of tasks, and it can have a major impact on their quality of life.
Symptoms of Neuropathy
If you are experiencing any neuropathy symptoms, including the following, it’s important that you speak with a medical professional about your symptoms to find a neuropathic pain relief solution that’s right for you:
- Numbness or tingling in the hands or feet
- Sharp pain
- Extreme sensitivity to touch
- Lack of coordination
- Muscle weakness
- Heat intolerance
- Bladder or digestive problems
- Changes in blood pressure
Common Causes of Neuropathy
While peripheral neuropathy is caused by damage to the nerves, this occurrence can be caused due to any number of reasons, some of which can include:
- Autoimmune diseases
- Trauma or pressure on the nerve
- Car accident
- Vitamin deficiency
Treating Neuropathy At The Source With Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative medicine has proven its effectiveness for treating neuropathy at its source rather than covering up the symptoms. While prescription drugs may mask peripheral neuropathy symptoms, regenerative medicine gets to the root of the problem for an effective solution that lasts.
Platelet-Rich Plasma: Platelet-rich plasma is derived from a small sample of your own blood, which is spun through a centrifuge to separate the healing platelets from the other components present in the sample. When these platelets are concentrated into a potent, golden solution, they can be injected directly into your area of need to heal your body from its neuropathic pain rapidly. Because this solution comes from your own blood, there is little to no chance of adverse side effects or complications.
Regenerative Tissue Therapy: Regenerative tissue therapy utilizes the healing properties found within regenerative tissue, derived from the Wharton’s jelly of umbilical allografts after a scheduled C-section. Prescreened, healthy mothers donate these allografts, and neither the mother nor baby is harmed during the collection process.
This tissue is rich in growth factors, proteins, and cytokines that all work to repair your damaged nerves. Because the tissue is so new, it is too young to have an immune system, so there is minimal chance of there being any negative reactions upon injection.
No matter the cause, regenerative medicine is a viable treatment option that can help get you out of pain and help you find relief from your peripheral neuropathy symptoms.
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