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3 Ways to Prompt Spinal Nerve Regrowth

3 Ways to Prompt Spinal Nerve Regrowth

Spinal nerves are so important that we wouldn’t be able to function without them. So when a nerve is damaged, it’s a serious deal. One that requires a proactive approach to treatment and regrowth. In this article, we will discuss some tips and recommendations for promoting nerve regeneration after you have sustained damage to a nerve in the spine.

Rest & Time

The best thing you can do after your spine surgery is give your body the time and rest it needs to work its healing magic. Your body’s internal healing mechanisms will do everything it can to rebuild damaged nerves and tissues after a procedure – you just need to give your body everything you can to promote this natural process.


A big factor in your body’s ability to naturally heal and regenerate is your diet. If you eat nothing but junk, sugary drinks, and processed foods, your body won’t have as much fuel to do its job. Eating a balanced diet with plenty of vegetables and protein goes a long way.


There are also various prescription medications that can help stimulate nerve regrowth and regeneration after your procedure. Talk to your doctor to see if they recommend any medications to stimulate nerve regrowth after surgery.

It is important to remember that once a spinal nerve has been completely severed or damaged beyond a certain point, nerve regeneration is nearly impossible. This underlines the importance of seeking medical help if you are experiencing symptoms of a pinched nerve. Being proactive about your care can help you halt the problem and regrow damaged nerves before it’s too late. Sometimes this means undergoing a minimally invasive keyhole spinal surgery procedure to decompress pinched nerves and prevent permanent damage. Inspired Spine’s revolutionary procedures allow the surgeon to free up pinched nerves in the spine with minimal disruption to the surrounding structures of the spine. Best of all, our procedures are the fastest and most painless available. Learn more about these surgeries or find a provider in your area by contacting us today.