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Stem Cell Therapy for Neuropathic Pain

Stem Cell Therapy for Neuropathic Pain

Under normal circumstances, pain receptors react to painful stimuli such as burns or lacerations. Pain receptors from the body then send that information along nerves to the brain via electrical signals. Once that electrical information reaches the brain (which happens almost immediately), it is perceived as pain. This type of pain is a nociceptive pain….

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Exercise to Help with Parkinson’s Disease

Exercise to Help with Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is known to be a slowly progressing neurological disorder that can cause issues with the motor movement of the body. Signs of Parkinson’s disease can include severe stiffness, loss of balance, and lethargy. Although there are no cures for the condition, symptoms can be slowed down. However, most of the prescribed drugs for…

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Posted and filed under Stem Cell Research.
Am I Too Old for Stem Cell Treatment?

Am I Too Old for Stem Cell Treatment?

There is a common misconception in the world of regenerative medicine that a patient may reach an age at which stem cell treatment will no longer be effective. In fact, the conditions which respond best to stem cell treatments are most common in elderly populations. Degenerative joint disorders, for instance, are ideal for stem cell…

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