Neuropathies are characterized by damage to the nerves. There are four types of neuropathy; peripheral, proximal, focal, and autonomic. Cranial neuropathy is a type of focal neuropathy.
Cranial neuropathy occurs when one or more of the twelve nerves that exit the brain are damaged. The symptoms of cranial neuropathy will depend on which nerve is affected.
Treatment at the Stem Cells Transplant Institute could help improve the symptoms of cranial neuropathy including:
Neuropathy is a general term to used describe any condition that results in damage to one or more nerves. Injury or disease can damage the nerves at any location and the type of neuropathy is typically classified by the location of the damaged nerves or by the disease causing the damage.
Cranial neuropathy occurs when one or more of the twelve nerves that exit the brain, or brain stem, are damaged.
Types of cranial neuropathies include:
Sometimes medicines can be used to treat an infection, help reduce swelling in, or near a nerve, or help if the neuropathy is causing pain. In some cases, surgery may help. Other times, the nerve damage can’t be treated or repaired.
Mesenchymal stem cells produce;
The Stem Cells Transplant Institute recommends the use of hUC-MSCs for the treatment of neuropathy.
We use only umbilical cord stem cells that are derived exclusively from umbilical cord donations.
The umbilical cord stem cells from are collected after informed consent has been given by the parent, or parents, and only after the delivery of the baby.
The collection follows strict ethical protocols ensuring the stem cells are from safe, reliable sources using a non-invasive, simple and painless procedure. Once collected, the cord blood is then screened for disease.
The stem cells are administered by intrathecal and intravenous injection.
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Using the most advanced technologies, the team of experts at The Stem Cells Transplant Institute believes in the potential of stem cell therapy for the treatment of neuropathy.
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