More than 24 million Americans suffer from nerve damage, also called Neuropathy.
More than 24 million Americans suffer from nerve damage, also called Neuropathy
More than 24 million Americans suffer from nerve damage, also called Neuropathy. Nerve damage can happen at any age, although it’s more common among older adults.
Advanced neuropathy will remain symptomatic even when taking lots of medication. Doctors run out of options and patients are told they must find a way to live with the condition.
It is widely known that the cause of these symptoms is nerve die-off due to a lack of oxygen. We use state of the art technology to balance nerve signals and reinstate proper blood flow. This same technology is used by Cancer Center Treatment of America for chemo-therapy patients with neuropathy and offers incredible results. Our solution is drug-free, surgery-free, and effective. We offer hope and relief for many of those suffering with neuropathy!
When you experience weakness, numbness, or tingling in your extremities
What is Neuropathy?
The symptoms of neuropathy
The symptoms of neuropathy typically show up in certain areas of the body and are experienced in specific ways, though some people may be asymptomatic.
- Where neuropathy appears: In the feet, hands and fingers, back, face, or thighs.
- When neuropathy occurs: Typically at night.
- How neuropathy presents: Sensations can include tingling, numbness, burning, over-sensitivity, loss of sensitivity, cramping, or pins and needles. Pain can be sharp or lingering.
Neuropathy can cause: Difficulty walking, poor balance, weakness, slow reflexes, coordination issues, limping, and muscle weakness or muscle loss.
What causes Neuropathy?
A decreased blood supply to nerves is the cause of the pain and symptoms neuropathy sufferers experience
- Disc degeneration
- Vascular disease
- Certain medications
- Stenosis of the spine
- Exposure to toxins
Clearly, environment, age, and overall health and well-being are all potential factors in the development of neuropathy.
At Restorative Wellness Center, we care for our patients using functional medicine.
Choose a natural, Non-Invasive Neuropathy Therapy
Neuropathy is a condition that cannot be completely cured
Neuropathy is a condition that cannot be completely cured, but the right therapy can create incredible relief by eliminating pain and stimulating healing. The solution begins by finding the root cause of the problem and addressing it.
Health conditions are never independent of the rest of your body. All systems in the body are interconnected, and nerves are no different. Unfortunately, the most common plans to manage neuropathy include prescription medications which, in their attempt to stifle or silence the problematic nerves, also stunt the entire nervous system. This means neuropathy sufferers can feel differences in their brain, and the spinal cord and internal organs can be negatively affected and cause dreadful side effects to occur.
Even with a great deal of medication – whether pain meds, pain-relieving creams, antidepressants, or anti-seizure medications – advanced neuropathy will remain symptomatic. At this point, doctors may tell you to simply learn to live with the condition. But you don’t have to suffer silently. And you shouldn’t have to rely on highly addictive narcotics as the standard approach to dealing with your condition.
Medications, prescribed appropriately, are not all bad, but the underlying condition of neuropathy needs to be addressed at the same time. At the Restorative Wellness Center, we take a different approach than traditional medicine and offer a better, long-lasting solution to neuropathy.
Get Relief with Neuropathy Therapy
If you suffer from neuropathy, our drug-free, multi-disciplinary approach will give you relief from this all-encompassing affliction
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