Natural Solution: No Drugs, Surgeries, or Injections

Many of our patients with Neuropathy report that their feet or hands feel just like the picture on the right. 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 th 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 relie 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 irculation 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.

Common Lifestyle Changes

  • Pain Medication
  • Balance Problems
  • Falls
  • Hip & Head Injuries from Falls
  • Wheel Chair Bound
  • Amputation
  • Sleep Deprivation
  • Loss of Independence Depression

Common Causes of Neuropathy (Over 100 Causes)

  • Diabetes
  • Poor Metabolic Health
  • Autoimmune
  • Chemo Therapy
  • Chemical Exposure
  • Medications
  • Infections
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Kidney 01· Liver Disease
  • Alcoholism

Side Effects of Drugs most commonly used to treat Neuropathy