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Restorative Medicine Therapy Treatment for Neuropathy

We know how difficult it can be dealing with neuropathy. The pain, tingling, and numbness is a constant struggle. And sadly, standard treatments for neuropathy are medications, surgery, and neuromodulation (nerve stimulation). Medications only provide short-term pain relief while surgery and neuromodulation are both invasive methods of treatment. It often seems as if there are no simple solutions for bringing relief to the condition.

Here at Vibrant Health Care, we are committed to helping you reclaim your quality of life and supporting you on the journey. With the alternative treatment that restorative medicine therapy offers, you can achieve long-term pain relief with a non-surgical treatment for neuropathy. Moreover, you have the potential for regenerating damaged nerves, relieving inflammation, and improving your mobility and balance.

Contact us today to schedule your restorative medicine therapy treatment for neuropathy with Vibrant Health Care.

Understanding Neuropathy

Neuropathy is the condition wherein the nerves in your body are damaged or diseased. The symptom that characterizes this condition is pain that ranges from mildly annoying to completely debilitating. It can occur anywhere in the body and can be classified based on which part of your body is affected by neuropathy.
Neuropathy affects about 30 million Americans. Most of those who have it have been caused by their diabetes. Other causes of this condition include:
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Types of Neuropathy

There are several types of neuropathy, but they can typically be classified into four general categories. These categories are:

Peripheral neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is a kind of neuropathy that affects the peripheral nervous system, which is composed of the nerves situated beyond your brain and spinal cord. Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include numbness, tingling, burning sensation, inability to feel temperatures, loss of coordination, and pain in the affected area or extremity.

Diabetes is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy since uncontrolled blood sugar in diabetes damages the nerves, especially those located in the toes and feet. Other causes of peripheral neuropathy include alcoholism, certain medications, cancer, thyroid and kidney disease, genetic conditions, shingles, Lyme disease, malnutrition, and autoimmune diseases.

Autonomic neuropathy

Autonomic neuropathy is a damage, disease, or irritation that affects the nerves responsible for controlling bodily functions (heart rate, bowel movements, blood pressure, and urination). Symptoms of this condition include loss of urinary control, diarrhea or constipation, excessive sweating, nausea, vomiting, bloating, acid reflux, sexual dysfunction, lightheadedness, and tingling and numbness of the extremities. This kind of neuropathy can result from alcohol abuse, diabetes, Guillain-Barre syndrome, infections, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease.

Focal neuropathy

Focal neuropathy is a condition wherein a single nerve is being compressed by encroaching tissues. This occurs due to bone spurs, disc herniation, diabetes-related nerve damage, or inflammation. The symptoms may vary depending on which nerve is compressed but common symptoms are pain, numbness, weakness, and tingling.

The most common incidence of focal neuropathy is carpal tunnel syndrome which has the nerve in the wrist and tendons irritated and inflamed since the muscles and tendons are compressing it.

Cranial neuropathy

Cranial neuropathy is a condition that affects the nerves branching out from the brainstem. These nerves are responsible for controlling one’s ability to move the body, create facial expressions, and move the eyes. Causes of cranial neuropathy include high blood pressure, poorly managed diabetes, head injuries, strokes, brain tumors, and infections.
The symptoms of cranial neuropathy will vary on what causes it. Here are some examples of cranial neuropathy:
  • Microvascular cranial nerve palsy – This is caused by high blood pressure and affects the nerves in the eyes. It leads to double vision and limitation in eye movement.
  • Bell’s palsy – This affects the seventh cranial nerve, which is responsible for controlling facial features. This kind of cranial neuropathy is usually caused by a virus, which causes swelling that puts pressure on the facial nerve.

How is Neuropathy Treated?

Traditional treatments for neuropathy include medications, surgery, and neuromodulation.


Antidepressants can have a relieving effect on the pain that those with neuropathy experience. Such medications include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), serotonin receptor modulators, and anti-seizure medications. As for over-the-counter medications, some patients can get relief from acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and topical treatments.


Surgery is done to release pressure on the nerve. It is also done to treat the nerve damage done by carpal tunnel syndrome and diabetic neuropathy.


This is a procedure done to relieve chronic pain by stimulating the damaged nerve through electricity or medication. In both cases, a device is implanted to deliver the medication, or a weak electrical current is necessary for nerve stimulation.

The treatments mentioned above are either only for short-term pain relief or require the patient to undergo invasive methods. Moreover, surgery and neuromodulation may not be sufficient in returning nerve function.

This is where restorative medicine therapy, like restorative medicine therapy, can provide those with neuropathy an alternative. It can provide long-term relief from pain and inflammation, and, aside from injections, it does not involve invasive methods that will require the patient to rest for an extended time and involve the risk of a surgical procedure.

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Benefits of Treating with Restorative Medicine Therapy for Neuropathy


Provides relief from pain and inflammation

Neuropathy causes abnormal signaling and processing of sensory information that leads to various levels of pain and inflammation. This could be due to nerve damage or irritation or tissues compressing the nerves. Restorative medicine therapy can provide relief from these symptoms by repairing nerve damage and providing anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.


Facilitate nerve regeneration

Neuropathy is characterized by damage to the nerves. Restorative medicine therapy can reduce or reverse the damage done to the nerves by introducing restorative medicine therapy to the area. These restorative medicine therapy can specialize in nerve cells and repair or replace damaged neurons.


Help improve mobility

Neuropathy can lead to muscle weakness due to the deterioration of the nerves. In more severe cases, it can even lead to the patient’s paralysis. With the regenerative benefits of restorative medicine therapy, the condition of the damaged nerve cells can improve, which may help improve their mobility.


Helps improve balance

Neuropathy can affect how one senses the position, movement, and orientation of the body since the nerves are damaged and can't provide this feedback to the brain. This results in them having balance problems. Restorative medicine therapy can help improve their impaired balance by addressing the condition that caused it - damaged nerve cells.

Frequently Asked Questions

Nerves start their regeneration process when it detects inflammation, which usually occurs because of an injury. It starts by breaking down the damaged area before being followed by healthy cells prompting the regeneration and forming the appropriate connections. However, keep in mind that full restoration may not occur, especially for severe injuries and extensive nerve damage.

The best restorative medicine therapy for this purpose include mesenchymal restorative medicine therapy and induced pluripotent restorative medicine therapy.

The cost can range anywhere from $5,000 to $50,000, depending on the type of treatment needed and the scope of the treatment area.
Foods that can trigger neuropathic pain are those that contain alcohol, refined sugars, processed meats, high sodium, caffeine, and high levels of fats and trans fats.

Using restorative medicine therapy for neuropathy can provide regenerative potential for the damaged nerves and reduce pain and inflammation with only a minimally invasive approach. And, it can complement other treatment methods for neuropathy including surgery and physical therapy.

Say Goodbye to Pain - Schedule Your Restorative Medicine Therapy Treatment for Neuropathy

Neuropathy is robbing you of your quality of life. It’s time to do something about it!
Contact us and schedule an appointment for your restorative medicine therapy neuropathy treatment in our Scottsdale, AZ clinic today!

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