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Neuropathy

Are you experiencing the relentless discomfort of neuropathy that’s casting a shadow over your daily life?

At Medical Wellness Group, we’re here to introduce you to a revolutionary world of neuropathy treatment through regenerative medicine.

Our advanced regenerative medicine treatments are meticulously designed to address the root cause of your neuropathic pain, providing enduring relief and rekindling the joy in your life.

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Regenerative Medicine Treatments for Neuropathy Dublin OH

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a challenging condition that inflicts damage upon the nerves situated outside of your brain and spinal cord, leading to chronic discomfort and pain. It can manifest as numbness, tingling, or weakness in the hands and feet, profoundly impacting your quality of life.

While diabetes is the chief culprit behind neuropathic nerve damage, there are several other contributing factors, such as autoimmune diseases, severe infections, liver or kidney diseases, tumors, and hypothyroidism.

The distress of peripheral neuropathy can be overwhelming, but you need not endure it in solitude. We invite you to connect with us today and explore the potential of our regenerative treatments to alleviate neuropathic pain, regardless of its origin, and to enhance your overall well-being.

Neuropathy Causes and Symptoms

Causes of neuropathy:

  • Diabetes: Diabetic neuropathy is a common cause, resulting from high blood sugar levels over time.
  • Infections: Some viral or bacterial infections, such as HIV or Lyme disease, can damage nerves.
  • Alcohol Abuse: Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to alcoholic neuropathy.
  • Autoimmune Disorders: Conditions like Guillain-Barré syndrome or lupus can cause nerve damage.
  • Medications: Certain drugs, like some chemotherapy agents or antiretroviral medications, can be neurotoxic.
  • Trauma: Physical injuries, such as accidents, can injure nerves.
  • Toxins: Exposure to toxic substances, like heavy metals or industrial chemicals, may lead to neuropathy.
  • Genetic Factors: Some individuals inherit a predisposition to nerve problems.
  • Vitamin Deficiencies: A lack of essential vitamins, particularly B vitamins, can contribute to neuropathy.

Symptoms of neuropathy:

  • Numbness and tingling, often in the hands and feet.
  • Burning or shooting pain, which can be sharp or throbbing.
  • Muscle weakness and loss of coordination.
  • Sensitivity to touch or temperature changes.
  • Reduced reflexes.
  • Loss of muscle control or muscle atrophy.
  • Autonomic symptoms, like changes in blood pressure, heart rate, or digestion.
  • Difficulty with balance and walking.
  • In some cases, complete loss of sensation in affected areas.

Non-Surgical Treatments for Neuropathy

Relying on medication to mask pain may provide temporary respite, but it’s often transient and reemerges as the medication’s effects wane.

On the contrary, regenerative medicine collaborates with your body’s innate healing mechanisms to address the root cause of pain, yielding long-lasting relief.

Human Cellular Tissue: At our state-of-the-art clinic, we offer human cellular tissue therapy as one of our cutting-edge treatments for neuropathy pain. This remarkable tissue is sourced from donated umbilical cords after healthy C-section births, teeming with potent healing compounds that are meticulously transformed into powerful injections. These compounds include vital elements like amino acids, lipids, collagen, proteins, peptides, exosomes, growth factors, cytokines, and hyaluronic acid.

Neuropathy Treatment Westerville OHPlatelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): In addition to human cellular tissue therapy, we also provide Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, an equally effective regenerative treatment. This procedure involves drawing a small blood sample from your body, which is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells and platelets.

The resultant highly concentrated platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the affected area to invigorate your body’s natural healing processes.

Both of these regenerative treatments are minimally invasive and entail little to no downtime. You can typically resume your routine activities shortly after the completion of the treatment.

If you’re grappling with the persistent discomfort of peripheral neuropathy and yearning for a non-surgical, drug-free solution, regenerative medicine may be the breakthrough you’ve been seeking.

Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy represents a specific type of nerve damage that can manifest if you have diabetes. High blood sugar, or glucose, has the potential to inflict harm on nerves throughout your body, with the legs and feet being the most affected areas.

Diabetic neuropathy can engender pain and numbness in the legs, feet, and hands, as well as problems related to the digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels, and heart. While some may experience mild symptoms, others may be confronted with significant pain and disability.

Peripheral Neuropathy Relief Columbus OHDiabetic neuropathy stands as a serious diabetes complication that could potentially afflict up to 50% of individuals with diabetes. The good news is that you can often prevent diabetic neuropathy or slow its progression through consistent blood sugar management and embracing a healthy lifestyle.

At Medical Wellness Group, we are here to guide you towards lasting relief and improved well-being. Don’t let neuropathy hold you back; it’s time to regain control of your life.

If you or a loved one are suffering with neuropathy in Columbus, Worthington, Westerville, Gahanna, New Albany, Dublin, Johnstown, or any nearby city in Ohio, please reach out to us today at (614) 898-0787 to schedule a free consultation.

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