Stem Cell Treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy

An estimated 20 million people in the United States have some form of nerve disease/damage or, in a more technical sense, neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that develops as a result of damage to the peripheral nervous system — the vast communications network that transmits information between the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) and every other part of the body.

Those afflicted with the disease of the nervous system will experience numbness, tingling, pricking sensations, or even muscle weakness in certain areas of their body. However, the symptoms may differ from one type of neuropathy to the next, as there are over 100 types of the nerve disease. The type of neuropathy may be linked to other health concerns (i.e. diabetes, chronic stress, metabolic disorders, etc.) that the victim may not even be aware of.

Stem cell therapy for peripheral neuropathy

Neuropathy will not ever leave the victim’s life, but we can treat the nerve disease.

At Colorado Regenerative Health, we have a unique protocol that helps treat neuropathy at its source, instead of masking the symptoms. We utilize our expertise in regenerative cellular therapy to ensure that we are engineering new tissue to eliminate the long-term pain of neuropathy. Our treatment is very successful and unique to our clinic. Please book an appointment to find out how this exciting option can help you.

Types of  neuropathy

Neuropathy Symptoms

Colorado Regenerative Health is here to help. If you suffer from some form of neuropathy, then please schedule your free consultation with our medical staff to discover how we can help you!

Call 303-858-8288 today for a free exam