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Learn about Stem cell therapy for Neuropathy and its benefits

Neuropathy affects approximately 30 million Americans at any given time. Sadly, if you have diabetes you will likely have neuropathy as well. Nearly 60% of people with diabetes suffer from diabetic neuropathy. This condition can adversely affect a patient’s quality of life and take someone who was completely healthy and render them helpless. It is important that the medical community focus on this condition and develop more therapies for it. Stem cells are becoming a promising treatment option for patients with neuropathy.

PRP vs. Stem Cell Therapy: What’s the difference?

Rapid advancements in regenerative medicine offer great promise in treating of disease, easing the impact of aging, and relieving pain from injuries. At BioXcellerator, our scientists have made great progress in developing stem cell therapies that help more patients worldwide get healthier and maintain their health.

How Stem Cell Therapy Can Slow Degenerative Disease's

Degenerative diseases are devastating -- for people living with the disease(s) as well as their loved ones. Some of the most common degenerative diseases include Lou Gehrig’s disease, Alzheimers, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis. Currently there isn’t a cure for any of the aforementioned diseases, which is precisely why -- in addition to the disease symptoms themselves -- the prognosis is so devastating.

How facet joint surgery could be avoided through stem cell therapy

There are so many joints and bones in the spine it can be difficult to figure out what is what. The facet joint is the connection between the bones of the spine. As you can imagine, this is an incredibly important joint in the back. The facet joint keeps the bones of the spine together, while still allowing the spine to bend and twist. The joint is lined with cartilage and glide and slide when the back moves.

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