How Effective Are Stem Cell Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a set of disorders that share abnormal function of the “ peripheral nerves”

Peripheral nerves are part of our nervous system, but not of the brain or spinal cord.

Neuropathy disorders can occur without affecting the central nervous system.

A patient can suffer from numbness and tingling in the feet or hands. It is usually accompanied by burning sensations and stabbing or shooting pain in the affected areas. As it progresses, it can lead to a loss of balance and coordination and eventually cause a person to have issues with walking as their muscles begin to weaken, especially in the feet.

Traditionally, B12-rich foods like eggs, fortified cereals, and specific types of cheese are tried to treat peripheral neuropathy. Taking supplements with B12 is also recommended.

But eventually, even these tried and tested treatments won’t help, particularly if the condition has advanced and is accompanied by symptoms brought on by diabetes.

If there is no chance for surgery or when the agony is overwhelming, stem cell therapy should be taken into consideration.

There is growing support for the use of stem cell therapy to assist patients with neuropathy disorders. Here is a guide that seeks to answer some of the most crucial questions that patients have when it comes to stem cell treatment.

Does it really work? What can stem cell therapy realistically do at the present time?

What are stem cells?

Stem cells are special cells that reside in our bodies. Stem cells are capable of reproducing themselves. In other words, they have the ability to duplicate themselves. The same cell can produce an endless number of clones.

Stem cells can become other types of cells. For example, researchers already use fat-derived stem cells to create cartilage, muscle, and skin cells, as well as bone cells. It has the ability to transform into an unlimited number of new cell types.

The two most commonly used sources of adult stem cells are fat and bone marrow.

How are adult stem cells harvested from fat?

It is safe to remove adult stem cells from fat. There is little discomfort and fast recovery with this type of surgery.

First, the fat is removed from a selected location, like the legs or the stomach. Then it will be brought to the surgery room to be cleaned. A local anesthetic is administered locally, usually, doctors use a specific cannula and syringe to suck out the fat.

Next, the harvested cells use a centrifuge and incubator for simple processing. This process isolates the adult stem cells from the other fat cells, leading to the final product called a stromal vascular fraction. It contains over 25 million adult stem cells in 50 mL. of fat.

This contains growth factors that the cells use to communicate with each other. After this was obtained, the next step is to deploy it for use for peripheral neuropathy patients.

How are adult stem cells deployed for peripheral neuropathy?

Once the process of removing adult stem cells, or SVF, from fat, is done, doctors then deploy them for use in peripheral neuropathy. All kinds of peripheral neuropathy can be treated using the IV method of deployment. In cases, where there are autoimmune peripheral neuropathies, a special IV medication called mannitol is provided, believing that the drug enhances adult stem cells' penetration into the brain.

For non-auto-immune peripheral neuropathies, doctors deploy adult stem cells into the soft tissue around the area of nerve involvement. Doctors use a small needle and inject the adult stem cells 1 centimeter deep every few centimeters in the areas affected.

What results can be hoped for with stem cell treatment?

As of the moment, this kind of treatment is only used for small groups. But there is great hope. The Federal Courts have already affirmed that using stem cells taken from fat is a surgical procedure.

Doctors and clinicians worldwide who make use of stem cell therapy attest that they are in fact seeing an increase in the number of patients who are recovering from toxic and autoimmune kinds of peripheral neuropathy, thanks to stem cells.

The positive results are usually observed after 3 weeks to 6 months. And it also depends on whether the patient is diabetic or has idiopathic peripheral neuropathy.

Will stem cells work for your neuropathy pain and numbness?

Yes, in most cases, it works.

Many studies evaluated that there is significant pain and numbness reduction in those who received stem cell treatment, even in diabetic cases.

It can even help restore strength in your muscles and help you gain better balance. But it all depends on the quality or source of the stem cells. You need to make sure to get hold of legitimate doctors who have in-depth knowledge of your medical case. A thorough assessment has to be done before stem cell treatment can be used.

Feeling Good at Any Age: The One-Stop Rejuvenation Center is a world leader in stem cell therapy and immunotherapy. FGAAA offers cutting-edge and revolutionary procedures such as stem cell infusion, HGH, HRT, and Reluma Cosmetics.

FGAAA has stringent criteria for what stem cells they use in their treatments. They only utilize premium products when it comes to stem cell therapies. A strict evaluation process occurs to ensure the best interest of patients. The clinic offers potent stem cells that have effective healing potential.

Stem Cell Advocates

Lourdes Duque Baron, an actress-singer, film producer, and author, and Michael York are staunch supporters of stem cell research.

Stem cell therapy has resulted in incremental improvements that allow Lourdes Duque Baron and Michael York to continue living with incredible energy and immune systems.

Recipients of billions of stem cells attest to the truth and efficacy of this revitalizing and enormously powerful treatment.

Michael York, a well-known actor, became an advocate for stem cells after being treated for amyloidosis and multiple myeloma.

Lourdes Duque Baron ( at 75 years old, latest photoshoot, 2022)

Lourdes Duque Baron received stem cell therapy to treat her osteoporosis.

New Breed of Homo Sapiens Book

A new book about stem cells and their wonders was authored by Lou Baron and will soon be released.

New Breed of Homo Sapiens Book Cover

This book is based on years of painstaking research and recent discoveries on stem cell therapy pioneered by her better half, Dr. Baron, an esteemed general, robotic, and stem cell surgeon.
The book’s goal is to educate people about the direction of research and get stem cells accepted in the mainstream. Stem cell therapy has the potential to transform the healthcare system as we know it.

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