Maybe I was a little vague. I don’t mean complete severeing or at least not with any distance between the ends. I found in the studies that given a short distance and a small tear then they found there was signifigant regrowth. My question would be if the problem was the myelin sheath around the nerves and also compression on several nerve sites but the compression has been repaired and now there is simply the leftover damage. hope this helps explain what i was loking for. yeah if this worked for all nerves chris reeeve would be around but from what I understand it does work for small tears, not complete long doistance severs in the spinal cord, just like it does for muscle tears and damage. does this sound more likely did anyone have any thing like a “pinched” nerve start to feel better after HG treatment. BB
P.S. I will prob be trying it when I can get my hands on it anyway but I was trying to find some material I could take to my doc to get it prescribed. [/quote]
Well; due to a blood disease I’ve had for @ 25yrs, I have developed peripheral neuropathy as a result of both the disease itself and the meds keeping it in check. Not sure if this is the type of ‘nerve damage’ you want to address. I have been taking HGH on & off for @ a yr & though I know there is no imperical research to support it, my neuropathy has regressed (slightly). Nonetheless, this may also be due to an overall better health in the past year or so. I use HGH for other reasons.