Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition affecting more than 30 million Americans, and the condition is growing rapidly. In our clinics across the country, we have developed a precise and effective system treating peripheral Neuropathy.

This program is helping thousands of people across the US with this debilitating condition. The interventions and technology we use are designed to address the multiple factors that can contribute to the development of Neuropathy, and provide ongoing relief for our patients.

Given that peripheral Neuropathy almost always has a vascular component, the first group of therapies we utilize are designed to improve nitric oxide production, nerve re- education, angiogenesis, and increase circulation to the extremities.

When we can improve the underlying blood supply to the peripheral nerves as well as address the centrally mediated pain, patients experience substantial decreases in pain, increased balance, and diminished numbness/tingling that is all too common with Neuropathy.

We have a unique system where you will only have to come in the office lx/week for a period of time, while gaining independence from your Neuropathy condition .

Peripheral neuropathy is primarily a nerve problem. The primary tool we use is the ReBuilder, a unique electrical stimulation device that opens the nerve paths, re-educates the nerves, re-mineralizes the synaptic junctions between the nerve cells, and treats all the nerves from the toes, up the leg, across the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system synaptic junctions, and then down the other leg. This device is currently used at The Cancer Treatment Centers of America and has been for more than 15 years exclusively and they have reported a 93 percent success rate in the reduction of both pain and numbness.

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