Peripheral nerves make up an intricate network that connects the brain and spinal cord to the muscles, skin, and internal organs of the body. These nerves stem from the spinal cord and are arranged along the lines in the body called dermatomes. Typically damage to a nerve will affect one or more dermatomes. These can be tracked to specific areas of the body. Damage to these nerves interrupts communication between the brain and other body parts. The condition can further impair other body parts and hamper muscle movement. Further, these become the reason for growing pains in arms and legs cause pains.
Several kinds of Neuropathy stem from different kinds of causes, such as diabetes, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. Neuropathies are typically classified according to the problems they cause or what is at the root of the damage.
When damage is sustained to a single peripheral nerve, it’s called mononeuropathy; physical injury or trauma, such as from an accident, is one of the most common causes of mononeuropathy. In addition, prolonged pressure on a nerve caused by extended periods of being sedentary can also cause mononeuropathy. Here are a few kinds of neuropathy that can cause weakness in the affected parts of the body, such as hands and feet.
Ulnar Nerve Palsy
Occurs when the nerve that oases close to the skin’s surface at the elbow is damaged. This numbness would be felt at the 4th and 5th digits of the hand.
Radial Nerve Palsy
This is a condition a person would suffer in case the nerve that runs along the underside of the upper arm has received trauma due to an accident or is facing undue pressure for any reason. This generally surfaces after fractures of the humerus bone in the upper part of the arm.
Peroneal Nerve Palsy
A condition that surfaces from the compression of the nerve at the top of the calf on the outside of the knee. This lead to a condition called foot drop, which makes it difficult to raise the foot.
Polyneurotherapy occurs when multiple Peripheral nerves throughout the body malfunction at the same time. Polyneurotherapy can have a wide variety of causes, including exposure to certain Toxins, Alcohol Abuse, poor nutrition, and complication from diseases such as cancer or Kidney failure.
People with polyneuropathy often lose their ability to sense temperature and pain; they can burn themselves without realizing so and develop open sores. In addition, if nerves serving organs are involved, diarrhea or constipation may result in loss of bladder control.
The process of undertaking Stem Cell Therapy for Neuropathy starts with tests and reviews to analyze your condition. Next, doctors would consult high-tech testing, Imagery, and ultrasound scans to identify inflamed or damaged tissue that could be causing nerve pain. It’s only after that the doctors can recommend a suitable treatment route. After the stem cells have been extracted and harvested in a safe environment on the day of the treatment, doctors would use high-tech real-time fluoroscopy and ultrasound to inject your own healthy stem cells and platelet-rich plasma into the precise area where the damage is. Your live stem cells and platelet-rich plasma immediately begin your body’s natural healing and regeneration.
It’s possible that you might be kept under observation for a few hours to make sure that the therapy has not reacted any differently than proposed. After that, you would be free to enjoy the oncoming pursuits of life.