The Stem Cell Medical Center, located in Antigua, provides cutting-edge stem cell treatments to patients from around the world. One of their specialty areas is using stem cells to treat diabetic neuropathy.
Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage caused by diabetes. It is one of the most common complications, affecting up to 66% of diabetic patients over time.
Nerve damage is caused by:
This leads to:
Without treatment, diabetic neuropathy progresses, and irreversible nerve damage occurs.
Stem cell therapy aims to repair damaged nerves using regenerative cells obtained from perinatal sources, like umbilical cord tissue.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from umbilical cords display advantageous properties, making them well-suited for treating diabetic neuropathy.
In animal studies, MSC transplantation shows improvements in diabetic neuropathy through multiple mechanisms:
At the Stem Cell Medical Center, treatment utilizes umbilical cord-derived MSCs sourced under stringent quality standards.
These specially sourced cells have the potential to support healing and address various health challenges. Once incorporated into the tissues, they trigger several restorative processes:
Helping Nerves Grow
Boosting Blood Flow
Published results for diabetic neuropathy in animal models have shown significant improvements without adverse effects.
Patients undergoing stem cell therapy may experience:
While further research is still needed to optimize protocols, umbilical cord MSCs present a promising opportunity to cure a condition that has severely impacted quality of life for millions of diabetic neuropathy patients worldwide.
The Stem Cell Medical Center utilizes advanced cell processing techniques and cutting-edge treatment protocols to harness the incredible potential of stem cells safely and effectively. Their expert medical team provides compassionate care tailored to each patient’s condition.
If you or a loved one suffers from diabetic neuropathy, contact the Stem Cell Medical Center today to see if their regenerative treatments can help reduce symptoms and restore nerve function.
Contact us and schedule a consultation to see if you may benefit from regenerative treatments. Stem cell therapy could alleviate your pain and help you regain mobility.