A 2009 study in the Journal of the Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research conducted by researchers at Polykliniki General Hospital found that peripheral nerve dysfunction was reduced by administration of alpha-lipoic acid.
Research also shows that introduction of magnesium into the diet of animals with sciatica resulted in regeneration of sciatic nerve tissue. Researchers at the Taichung Veterans Hospital in Taiwan reported that Schwann cell apoptosis was reduced as well as inflammatory cytokine productions in relation to the sciatic nerve in a 2011 study published in the […]
Patients with sciatica who received high-dose, intramuscular B-12 experienced a significant decrease in back pain and an increase in nerve terminal regeneration according to a randomized, double-blind 2015 study conducted by Osaka University in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience.
A 2013, randomized, double-blind study conducted by scientist at the Tabriz University of Medical Sciences and published in the Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin found that patients who received B6 treatments experienced significant improvement in numbness, tingling and pain associated with CTS compared to placebo-treated patients.
A 2005,randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, two-center pilot study conducted by scientists at Halle Medical Center in the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that patients experienced a significant improvement in neuropathy scores and had no side effects when given benfotiamine compared to placebo-treated patients.