Have You Tried Treating Your Paresthesia With Cellular Therapy? Regenerative Medicine Could Hold The Secret To Finally Repairing Your Damaged Nerves. 

Paresthesia is something we’ve all experienced. If you’ve ever slept on your arm weird, and woken up with pins and needles, that’s paresthesia. It’s not pleasant, and for chronic sufferers, it’s not always temporary.

A common misconception is that paresthesia is caused by cutting off the flow of blood to that area. What’s actually happening when you sleep on your arm or sit with your legs crossed for too long, is you’ve put your nerve in a position it doesn’t want to be in. 

Healthy people can stand and walk around until the feeling returns to their dead leg, however, if this starts to happen often, you can’t dismiss your symptoms. 

Chronic paresthesia can be an indication of an underlying medical condition like nerve damage or an early warning for a central nervous system disease – such as a stroke. 

It’s hard to lose confidence in your health and body, and it’s harder still to live in pain or discomfort. 

Is Cellular Therapy an Effective Treatment for Paresthesia?

Whether or not cellular therapy could be an effective treatment for you, depends on the root cause of your paresthesia. The regenerative medicine used in our state of the art cellular therapy procedures are unique because they have the remarkable ability to signal regrowth of nerves and kick start the body’s natural repairing process. 

When your paresthesia is caused by nerve damage or trauma, stem cell treatments are advantageous and can provide relief from paresthesia symptoms.

There are several potential causes of paresthesia.

Possible causes of paresthesia include the following:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Diabetes
  • Migraines
  • Accident or injury
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Seizures
  • Stroke
  • Burns
  • TIA or transport ischemic attack
  • Underactive thyroid
  • Reynaud’s phenomenon

If you experience any of these and your symptoms persist, you should consult with a doctor. They should be able to guide you on an appropriate diagnosis and, if necessary, a plan for care.

What causes paresthesia?

For me personally, it all started with a red light. In November 2018, I brought my vehicle to a stop at a red light. The driver behind me did not, and the impact launched my car through the intersection. This resulted in multiple herniated discs and a bulging disc, which creates problems for the nerves in my neck and back.

This is believed to cause paresthesia in my arms, legs, hands, feet, and head. As I write, I can feel my left forearm and right hand tingling and burning with sharp sensations. These tingling sensations travel from place to place, sometimes in my legs, other times my arms, or even my back, shoulders, and forehead. These sensations are often worse at night, and sometimes wake me, especially when my leg is burning.

These are typical symptoms for someone in an accident like mine. Not all paresthesia is caused by a traumatic incident, however, and sometimes the onset of paresthesia can be quite delayed.

Possible causes of paresthesia include the following:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Diabetes
  • Migraines
  • Accident or injury
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Seizures
  • Stroke
  • Burns
  • TIA or transport ischemic attack
  • Underactive thyroid
  • Reynaud’s phenomenon

Cutting edge research is studying the effectiveness of treating all these conditions with stem cells. Results vary from condition to condition. 

HSCI scientists are investigating how to treat diabetes with cellular therapies. Their goal is to create glucose-sensing, insulin-producing beta cells, and hopefully, these cells will have a positive impact on both type I and type II diabetes

The anti-inflammation properties of these cells are why they are such an effective treatment for many conditions. Cell Therapy inhibit inflammation. In doing so they allow the body to move onto its next stage of healing – regeneration. 

Regenerative healing and a reduction in inflammation have been shown to benefit carpal tunnel syndrome which is another potential symptom of paresthesia. 

Recently, promising research has surfaced using cell therapy to reset the immune systems of MS patients so their immune systems will stop attacking their myelin.

Where Do These Cells Come From?

Cells are found in your own body where you act as your own doner. Cells are also sourced from a cGMP lab in Florida and we’ve found over the past 6 years to provide the safest and most effective product RHEO. See our product page.

We know the body has the ability to heal itself, and this process is dependent on the availability of MSC’s in the body. Using our own cells is an ethical way to move cells to a part of the body where they are needed most. It’s called cell transplantation.

The cells are harvested from blood or amniotic fluid. Fat is a recently sourced means to provide healthy cells. It’s easier and less intrusive to extract stem cells from fat than bone marrow. Up until recently, scientists thought that MSC’s could only be found in sufficient quantities in the bone marrow. Now we know better, which is great for anyone considering stem cell therapy, as it’s improved every aspect of the procedure.

The procedure involves taking a little blood from the patient’s arm and then separating the red blood cells from the platelet rich plasma in a centrifuge. To complete the procedure, the cells are injected back into your body, where they can begin to help and heal.

Also, umbilical derived stem cells come from live births and the afterbirth material can be used to heal patients’ as well. This is a safe and common practice in regenerative medicine.

 

How Do Cells Heal Paresthesia?

These cells are the body’s building blocks. It’s not prewritten what type of cell they will become.

They are unspecialised cells, and it’s only after they are injected into the body that they assign themselves a purpose. Unspecialized cells can give rise to specialized cells, including heart muscle cells, blood cells, or nerve cells.

We’ve only been able to study and learn about these cells for two decades, and science doesn’t properly understand how this all works yet, but from what we’ve observed it’s clear the human body is a clever machine.

 

A liver cell, although it carries all the genes to do so, will generally not be able to function as a skin cell. MSC’s have a sort of chemical awareness as to what type of cells live around them, and what type of cells they should recruit to benefit that area of the body. 

If the root cause of your paresthesia is nerve damage, we want these cells to provide healing for nerve cells. 

The science suggests that these cells can promote the repair of nerve cells by mediating the chemical switches we call our genes, which is remarkable since nerve cells don’t reproduce except when we are infants and very briefly in our teenage years.  

That’s why the medical community is so excited for Regenerative cellular technology. It’s why we study cells for their potential to heal neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, and why cellular therapy may be effective to help with arthritis and paresthesia. 

 

What’s Involved in a Cell Therapy Procedure?

Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy Clinic and Team
The team at Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy, a Regenerative cell therapy clinic proudly headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

These procedures are particularly quick and easy, with little to no downtime and minimal recovery restrictions. While not yet approved by the FDA, there is a great deal of evidence to suggest that cellular therapy could be an effective method of treatment for many patients.

Most patients return to work the following day and return to normal activities quickly.

The team at Las Vegas based Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy offers solutions that could regenerate your damaged nerves.

At Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy here in Las Vegas, Nevada, our mission is to ensure you receive the care that you need in a safe and controlled environment. While the world of regenerative medicine might seem overwhelming, it is much simpler if you start with an experienced clinic that follows high quality standards and has safe & seemingly very effective practices.

To get started, you can:

  • Call (702) 547-6565
  • Chat with us on Facebook
  • Email us at contact@stemcellpowernow.com

Throughout your journey, we’ll be your partner for any questions about PRP or cell therapy. Contact us today to book a free consultation and we’ll help you discover if stem cell therapy could be the right choice for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!

The team at Las Vegas based Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy offers solutions that could regenerate your damaged nerves.