The Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute Approach

With the advent of new bio-cellular regenerative interventions (BRI), we are able to successfully treat patients with mild to advanced peripheral nerve conditions without the need for surgical interventions. Our interventions are designed to repair, regenerate, restore tissue to its normal health and function. Potentially avoiding recurrent episodes of pain, disability and further surgical interventions.

What is peripheral neuropathy?

Is a term used to describe a painful condition due to damage peripheral nerves (nerves outside the spinal cord and the brain).

Damage to these nerves, interrupts communication between the brain and other parts of the body and can impair muscle movement, prevent normal sensation in the arms and legs, and can cause intractable pain. Peripheral Neuropathies (PN) affect millions of Americans every year and the effect on society can be devastating.

Neuropathies are typically classified according to the problems they cause or what is at the root of the damage. There also are terms that express how extensively the nerves have been damaged.

There are two main types of neuropathies according to the degree of nerve involvement:

Mono-neuropathy, which usually denotes one nerve such as ulnar neuropathy (damage ulnar nerve at the elbow), post surgical neuropathy (damage nerve from surgery), post traumatic or carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve damage at the wrist). Poly-neuropathy denotes multiple nerve damages such a conditions associated with: alcoholism, vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, chemotherapy, poor nutrition and others.

What are the most commonly treated neuropathies?

  • 1- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Median Nerve injury at the wrist level.
  • 2- Ulnar Neuropathy – Elbow
  • 3- Peroneal Neuropathy – Knee
  • 4- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome- Foot
  • 5- Occipital Neuralgia- Head and Neck
  • 6- Meralgia Paresthetica – Groin
  • 7- Morton’s Neuroma – Toes
  • 8- Post Herpetic Neuralgia- Thoracic, Lumbar, Cervical

At the Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute, we specialized in the treatment of mono-neuropathies with the most advanced Regenerative Bio-Cellular Interventions.

For more information see Bio-Cellular Regenerative Therapies.

What are the different types of peripheral neuropathy?

There are two main types of neuropathies according to the degree of nerve involvement:

Mono-neuropathy, which usually denotes one nerve such as ulnar neuropathy (damage ulnar nerve at the elbow), post surgical neuropathy (damage nerve from surgery), post traumatic or carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve damage at the wrist). Poly-neuropathy denotes multiple nerve damages such a conditions associated with: alcoholism, vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, chemotherapy, poor nutrition and others.

What are the most commonly treated neuropathies?

  • 1- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Median Nerve injury at the wrist level.
  • 2- Ulnar Neuropathy – Elbow
  • 3- Peroneal Neuropathy – Knee
  • 4- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome- Foot
  • 5- Occipital Neuralgia- Head and Neck
  • 6- Meralgia Paresthetica – Groin
  • 7- Morton’s Neuroma – Toes
  • 8- Post Herpetic Neuralgia- Thoracic, Lumbar, Cervical

At the Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute, we specialized in the treatment of mono-neuropathies with the most advanced Regenerative Bio-Cellular Interventions.

For more information see Bio-Cellular Regenerative Therapies.