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    Perephial Nerve Damage

    With T11 ASIA C with flaccid paralysis benefit from peripheral nerves growing back or being repaired?

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    Yes. Flaccid paralysis is a lower motor neuron injury, which means that the nerves have died and would benefit from regrowth/repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyerly View Post
    With T11 ASIA C with flaccid paralysis benefit from peripheral nerves growing back or being repaired?
    Lyerly,

    Yes, bridging a peripheral nerve from a functioning part of the body above the injury site to a peripheral nerve or spinal root below the injury site may restore function to that peripheral nerve.

    Do you have a T11 neurological level or are you referring to T11 vertebral level? The lumbosacral spinal cord is located at T11 to L1.

    Wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    Lyerly,

    Yes, bridging a peripheral nerve from a functioning part of the body above the injury site to a peripheral nerve or spinal root below the injury site may restore function to that peripheral nerve.

    Do you have a T11 neurological level or are you referring to T11 vertebral level? The lumbosacral spinal cord is located at T11 to L1.

    Wise.
    T11 neuro level. I read about the supplement Benfotiamine helping people with neurothapy with pain and even repair the peripheral nerves improving function. So in theory if you were incomplete so signals are getting thru the injured area and you helped them repair or grow if could enhance your function?

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    Wrong in theory????

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