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Neuropathy Pain and Biologics

Amnio-Derived Biologics medicine is an outgrowth of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology. It offers the promise of restoring damaged tissue by promoting new growth. As noted above, neuropathy is generally the result of some form of damage. Provided the damage can be identified, and with a thorough medical history and modern diagnostic methods, it probably can, Biologics can repair some of the damage allowing for pain free functional living. In the case of neuropathy pain, this means the pain goes away because the source has been repaired.

One of the most promising avenues of regenerative medicine, and one we have extensive experience with here at the Pain Relief Institute, is Amnio-Derived Biologics. Amnio-Derived Biologics has proved useful for addressing a variety of complaints including joint, tendon, ligament, and muscle damage, which means it can often prove therapeutic for neuropathy pain.

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Neuropathy Pain Gets Worse When Left Untreated

Whatever the underlying cause, as is the case with most other health conditions, neuropathy will not resolve itself and will only get worse if you let it go and do not seek treatment as soon as possible. The neuropathy pain will worsen, the weakness will not improve, and the numbness can get to the point where you could develop an infection. All of these problems increase your risk of serious injury or even the loss of a limb from advanced untreated neuropathy. At the Pain Relief Institute we want to help you avoid this.

Happily, that should be possible. Recent advances in medical science make it possible to address neuropathy pain with Amnio-Derived Biologics, healing cells derived from living cells.






Symptoms of Neuropathy Pain

Pain is the biggest issue that people with neuropathy complain about. Small fibers and nerves in your hands and feet can become damaged with prolonged untreated neuropathy, and this can lead to:

  • burning pain radiating in hands or feet
  • pins and needles in the extremities
  • numbness, weakness, and tingling
  • deadened nerves in fingers and toes
  • a knotted feeling in the soles and palms
  • pain from the lightest touches
  • cramping of the feet
  • fingers twisting and locking
  • restless legs and feet
  • pain from the pressure of walking
  • balance problems
  • inability to grasp with the hands
  • pain when twisting the wrists
  • hands and feet feeling tired or heavy
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Small fiber neuropathy pain tends to be worse at night so this will make it more difficult to get a full night’s sleep which in and of itself causes other health problems and makes pain levels rise even more.

Diabetics are the most at-risk group for the development of neuropathy symptoms and pain. It has been estimated that between 20-30% of all diabetics experience diabetic neuropathy pain. Diabetic neuropathy is believed to be caused by the slower regeneration of nerve endings and connections throughout the body, but especially in the fine fibers of the hands and feet.

Other risk factors that increase the risk of neuropathy pain include certain medications, smoking, drinking, autoimmune disease, nerve damage or diseases, chemotherapy treatments, and other chronic health conditions.