Peripheral Neuropathy Stem Cell Treatment to Heal Nerve Pain
The Peripheral Neuropathy Stem Cell Treatment to heal nerve pain is the fastest and best way to address this ailment. The stem cells send out trophic factors that guide the neurons to rebuild the nerves. The mesenchymal stem cells will also guide the cells to remove built up scarring (fibrosis) around the nerves so that the neurons can do their job repairing the nerves which will eliminate the pain.
What is the Peripheral Neuropathy Stem Cell Treatment?
- 200 Million Mesenchymal Stem Cells are administered via an IV
- 50 Million Mesenchymal Stem Cells are administered via intramuscular injection to the most effected areas
- 50 Million Mesenchymal Stem Cells are administered via intrathecal injection
How fast does the Peripheral Neuropathy Stem Cell Treatment Work?
Fortunately nerve pain tends to heal very fast from the peripheral neuropathy stem cell treatment. Some patients find pain relief the day after treatment while others can take weeks or months. Everyone has different levels of neuropathic damage and pain so healing times vary.
The IV stem cells will go throughout your body, seeking inflammation or damaged nerves. They will then guide the regeneration of those nerves and any other damaged tissue they come across. The intrathecal stem cells go into the spinal fluid and make their way up to the cerebral fluid. This directly affects the central nervous system which is what you want for healing peripheral neuropathy.
The direct injections to the areas with the most pain will get stem cells to those nerves fast. They will go to work, healing those nerves right away.
This combination will have you feeling pain free in no time.
Peripheral Neuropathy Stem Cell Treatment Studies
- Targeted stimulation of MSCs in peripheral nerve repair
- Mesenchymal stem cells to treat diabetic neuropathy: a long and strenuous way from bench to the clinic
- Bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem/ stromal cells reverse the sensorial diabetic neuropathy via modulation of spinal neuroinflammatory cascades
- Adipose-derived stem cells decrease pain in a rat model of oxaliplatin-induced neuropathy: Role of VEGF-A modulation
- MSC-Derived Exosomes-Based Therapy for Peripheral Nerve Injury: A Novel Therapeutic Strategy
- From tendon to nerve: an MSC for all seasons
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Your nervous system is divided into two regions – central and peripheral. The central system includes the brain and spinal cord, while the peripheral system includes all the nerve roots and extremity nerves emanating from it. It’s a broad network, and all of these peripheral nerves transmit vital motor and sensory information throughout the body. A peripheral neuropathy may interrupt or distort some of these transmissions. Diabetic neuropathy and chemo neuropathy are two of the most prevalent kinds.
What causes peripheral neuropathy?
The most common cause of peripheral neuropathy is type 2 diabetes. Sometimes the cause is completely unknown (idiopathic). Here are some other potential causes for peripheral neuropathy:
- Autoimmune disorders rheumatoid arthritis or lupus
- Chronic kidney disease
- Infections such as HIV and liver infections
- Low levels of vitamin B12 or other problems with your diet
- Poor blood flow to the legs
- Underactive thyroid gland
- Toxin exposure such as lead, mercury, and solvents may lead to peripheral neuropathy.
- Pharmaceutical drugs used to treat infections, cancer, seizures, or high blood pressure.
What are the side effects of the Stem Cell Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment?
Side effects include:
- 1 in 100 Patients will experience a mild fever the day after treatment. It is easily fixed with a tylenol.
- Some patients could get a mild headache the day of treatment or the day after. It is easily fixed with a tylenol.
- As with all medical treatments a small percentage of patients will be non-responsive to treatment.
Can I avoid surgery with the Stem Cell Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment?
Surgery is often the choice taken by people with peripheral neuropathy. Unfortunately surgery is very invasive and does not always take away the pain. The stem cell peripheral neuropathy treatment offers a minimally invasive way to treat the route cause of your neuropathy and keep it from coming back.
Despite treatments on the market, many patients come to Dream body Clinic reporting that their doctor was unable to alleviate their pain. Our doctors welcome challenging cases and have achieved unprecedented results in many of these patients. If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy that has not been successfully treated despite medications, schedule a consultation with us today to learn more.
How long will the results from Stem Cell Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment last?
The results in most cases are indefinite. The stem cells will guide the repair of the injured nerves. Once the nerves are repaired they will stay that way. Your body wants to heal, but it often gets in it’s own way as we age. If the Neuropathy is caused by fibrosis around the nerve then the stem cells will guide the cells to remove the fibrosis. As we age we have fewer and fewer mesenchymal stem cells and our white blood cells rush to areas of inflammation or injury to heal. Unfortunately they can only heal via fibrosis and we end up with a patch up job that our body can’t rebuild or regenerate from.
If the Neuropathy is caused by an autoimmune disease like Type 2 diabetes or Rheumatoid Arthritis then the results will also be indefinite. This is because the stem cells release what are called cytokines. These cytokines are signaling proteins that essentially reprogram the immune cells that are not working properly to work the right way. For type 2 diabetes they will reprogram the immune cells to protect the pancreas instead of attacking it. Then they will guide the neurons to rebuild the damaged nerves and the pain won’t come back.
How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Work?
Mesenchymal Stem cell therapies work by stimulating the body to regenerate itself. Their magic is not in their ability to become or replace different tissues or cells, but in their production of trophic factors, bioactive molecules produced in response to the environment in which the cells are in. These secreted chemicals aid in repairing tissue and the recruitment of new blood vessels to support nutrient flow to the area and decrease inflammation. By repairing tissue, recruiting new blood vessels and increased nutrient flow your body will start to behave the way it is meant to operate. So it is not the cells themselves that work the magic. It is what the cells secrete that has such medicinal potential. This is called the paracrine effect. We like to think of the mesenchymal stem cells as the managers on the construction site, guiding the workers to repair the building.
More info on the Mesenchymal Stem Cell Secretions
Mesenchymal Stem cells (MSCs) secrete a wide range of cellular products, molecules, exosomes and microvesicles That act in different ways to stimulate the body’s healing process. They will guide the removal of scar tissue that is getting in the way of proper healing. Then they will help create a cellular matrix around damaged areas and bring in growth factors to heal. For nerve damage the main secretion that you want are neurotrophic factors. The neurotrophic factors will guide neurons in helping to regenerate damaged nerves.
Growth Factors Aid in Healing
Growth factors (A growth factor is a naturally occurring substance capable of stimulating cellular growth, proliferation, healing, and cellular differentiation. Usually, it is a protein or a steroid hormone. Growth factors are important for regulating a variety of cellular processes. Cytokines (Cytokines are a broad and loose category of small proteins that are important in cell signaling. Their release has an effect on the behavior of cells around them. It can be said that cytokines are involved in autocrine signaling, paracrine signaling and endocrine signaling as immunomodulating agents.), hormones, cellular and mitochondria are among the secreted bioactive molecules and cellular material that characterize the wide range of activities carried out by mesenchymal stem cells. When considering that the main function of stem cells lies in their secretome. This is the bioactive molecules they secrete. This means they don’t have the ability to differentiate into new tissue, but instead allow your own body to heal itself properly. Isolating these trophic factors separate from the cells offers an intriguing mode of treatment.
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