Patients with Neuropathy (be it autonomic neuropathy, peripheral neuropathy, or diabetic neuropathy) face three main concerns:
An efficient way to help restore the quality of life of these individuals is to address these three aspects of the disease in parallel, using natural anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, and neuropathic pain relieving protocols alongside regenerative therapy in the form of stem cell treatment.
Stemaid programs are 2-5 weeks in length, depending on your condition and severity of your symptoms. Every candidate for stem cell therapy receives a customized plan to help achieve the highest success rate, however, a "typical" plan for the treatment of patients with this condition might include the following over 5 weeks plus weekly visits for 6 months.
20 stem cell IVs
4 Plurisomes IVs
regular CaNa2 EDTA IVs
Because we utilize a stem cell type that is cultured in our laboratory, rather than using autologous stem cells (mesenchymal stem cells, adult stem cells, multipotent stem cells) coming from the patient's bone marrow or adipose tissue (Adipose-derived stem cells) , we completely avoid the potential risks associated with invasive cell-removal procedures.
The role of stem cell treatments with pluripotent stem cells in treating neuropathy is to clear aggravating inflammation, trigger nerve regeneration to repair damaged nerve tissue, and the bring about the functional recovery of sensory nerves and peripheral nerves.
The first benefit from stem cell treatment is immune regulation. Stem cells and their exosomes release immune, transcription factors that help to quench the inflammatory cytokine storms causing nerve aggravation. Peptide and detoxification IVs also help to modulate immune function. This gives room for the stem cells to repair the nerve damage and tissue.
The second level of benefit from pluripotent stem cell transplantation is a palpable reduction of chronic pain. This is usually observed after a minimum of 2 weeks of pulsing IVs and injections. In neuropathy, damaged nervous tissue fibers co-exists side by side with healthy uninjured nervous fibers. The damaged fibers aggravate the intermingling healthy fibers, leading to neuropathic pain. Pluripotent stem cells release powerful neurotrophic factors (secretory proteins, nerve growth factor, endothelial growth factor etc.) that protect the healthy fibers and assist the regeneration of damaged nerve tissue, neurons and endothelial cells simultaneously.
As pain wanes and patients have pain-free moments in the day, they experience a renewed sense of vitality, improved mobility, have more energy and clear vision of the future once again.