Neuropathies are characterized by damage to the nerves. There are four types of neuropathy; peripheral, proximal, focal, and autonomic. Focal neuropathy, also called mononeuropathy, occurs when there is damage to a single nerve.
Treatment at the Stem Cells Transplant Institute could help improve the symptoms of focal neuropathies including:
The most common cause of focal neuropathy is diabetes. Overtime, high blood sugar and high levels of fats in the blood damage the nerves and the small blood vessels that carry nutrients to the nerves.
Mesenchymal stem cells produce:
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.
Depending on the nerve affected, the stem cells may be administered by intravenously, intrathecally or directly into the site of damage.
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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.
We are committed to providing personalized service and the highest quality of care to every patient.
Contact the experts at the Stem Cells Transplant Institute to see if stem cell treatment might help you.