If you struggle with the pins and needles associated with peripheral neuropathy, you know just how much it can affect your day-to-day life. Our regenerative treatments like cellular therapy and platelet-rich plasma can help your body resolve the underlying issues causing your pain, so you get the long-term relief you need.
How Do Regenerative Treatments Work as an Alternative Option for Sciatic Nerve Damage?
Regenerative treatments like cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma can treat neuropathy at the source rather than simply cover up symptoms. If you use medication to mask the numbness and tingling in your feet and hands, the real cause will never be addressed, and the issue will return again and again.
Our cell therapy begins with regenerative tissue that’s collected from the Wharton’s Jelly of donated umbilical cords. These cords have been generously donated by willing mothers who have been screened beforehand to ensure the highest quality tissue. This regenerative tissue still has all of its healing power and is loaded with healing compounds that include:
- Growth factors
- Amino acids
- Hyaluronic acid
- And more
Regenerative tissue injections are minimally invasive, and most people only compare them to standard needles. In most cases, there is no downtime, and the fact that the tissue has yet to create its own immune system means the likelihood of rejection is virtually none.
PRP therapy is the other non-surgical, drug-free regenerative treatment for neuropathy that we use at our healthcare clinic. After we take a small sample of your blood, the sample is spun in a centrifuge. The red blood cells and platelets separate as the sample spins, and the result is highly concentrated platelets with healing properties that can help your body resolve the root cause of your neuropathy pain.
Like cell therapy, PRP therapy is minimally invasive, there’s little to no downtime, and the chances of rejection are basically non-existent.
Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy, your condition can have one of several possible causes. The most common cause of nerve issues in the hands and feet is diabetes, and it’s a cause that we see quite often that responds well to regenerative treatments.
Some of the other common neuropathy causes include:
- Certain medications
- Other autoimmune diseases
- Viral or bacterial infections
- Liver disease
- A bacterial or viral infection
- Kidney disease
If you or a loved one are suffering from neuropathy in Waukesha, Germantown, West Bend, Brookfield, Mequon, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Delafield, Sussex, Menomonee Falls, or any nearby area, give us a call at 262-313-8375 today. We will set up a free consultation to assess your neuropathy pain and create a regenerative treatment plan designed for long-term results.