Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment

Treating peripheral neuropathy effectively need not involve heavy medication or invasive surgeries. Modern treatment techniques – that happen to be 100% natural – do not mask the problem and can deliver a lasting solution. A growing number of people diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy have already massively benefited from these cutting-edge techniques. So if you would like to explore entirely drug-free and natural ways to cure your ailments, let’s take a look at how these work and those extensive benefits you can expect to enjoy.

Why Physical Neuropathy Matters

Around 10% of people over 55 already experience peripheral neuropathy, and unfortunately, the likelihood of contracting this problem only increases as we head further into old age. Symptoms can vary from numbness and loss of sensation through to persistent sharp pain across the extremities – and needless to say, these can all be incredibly debilitating. Why just ‘accept’ that basic activities such as washing the dishes need to be painful as you grow older when a natural and effective treatment is so easily at hand?

Solving Peripheral Neuropathy for Good

Modern treatments for peripheral neuropathy look to solve the issue for good rather than rely on heavy medications that merely mask the issue and can cause all sorts of unwanted side effects along the way. Our methods will approach the problem from a molecular level and use scientifically approved (and entirely safe) techniques to deliver a truly lasting solution. As these are based upon restoring damaged tissue, it is not uncommon for treated areas to be as healthy and pain-free as they were decades before the issues first arose.

The Three Benefits to Expect

Peripheral neuropathy is one of those conditions that people sometimes do not appreciate how bad it can be until they experience it for themselves. Losing the ability to perform otherwise straightforward and enjoyable tasks without enduring awful pain can seriously diminish the quality of life. Our treatments can not just take that pain away but also prevent it from ever returning. Let’s look at three of the most significant benefits that you can expect to enjoy after completing a peripheral neuropathy treatment plan.

Solving Peripheral Neuropathy for Good

Modern treatments for peripheral neuropathy look to solve the issue for good rather than rely on heavy medications that merely mask the issue and can cause all sorts of unwanted side effects along the way. Our methods will approach the problem from a molecular level and use scientifically approved (and entirely safe) techniques to deliver a truly lasting solution. As these are based upon restoring damaged tissue, it is not uncommon for treated areas to be as healthy and pain-free as they were decades before the issues first arose.

The Three Benefits to Expect

Peripheral neuropathy is one of those conditions that people sometimes do not appreciate how bad it can be until they experience it for themselves. Losing the ability to perform otherwise straightforward and enjoyable tasks without enduring awful pain can seriously diminish the quality of life. Our treatments can not just take that pain away but also prevent it from ever returning. Let’s look at three of the most significant benefits that you can expect to enjoy after completing a peripheral neuropathy treatment plan.

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Feel Energized Again!

Peripheral neuropathy can be utterly exhausting! Months – or even years – of disrupted sleep, persistent exposure to pain, and the associated stress that causes can all deliver a serious body-blow to our energy levels. Never underestimate how much of a psychological strain those pains can cause – or how incredibly energizing and empowering it can feel once they have been permanently removed. After successful treatment patients tend to feel incredibly liberated and free to enjoy life again.

Enhanced Mobility & Bodily Functions

Peripheral Neuropathy can cause pain and muscular weakness in the joints and feet. In severe cases, this can seriously affect mobility which over time causes all kinds of circulatory and inflammatory problems. Our treatment program aims to help people walk without needing any kind of mobility device whatsoever. Once you are able to walk again without experiencing those aches, pains, and throbs, the knock-on benefits for overall health and life quality can be nothing short of emphatic.

Eliminate Those Pains for Good

You will notice from your very first appointment that the core objective of these treatments is to target and eliminate those pains. There are various non-invasive and drug-free treatments that are combined together to deliver a personally tailored plan that targets your specific pains. Once those pains have been removed – and our success rates are second to none – you can get back to enjoying a pain-free life again.

Peripheral neuropathic pain does not go away on its own. No medications can solve the issue either. Our treatments use natural methods to boost the blood supply to affected areas. By doing this effectively we can restore and replenish the nerve fibers and make them work properly once again. Our success rates speak for themselves; remember that while it is never too late to seek relief from peripheral neuropathy the sooner you choose to address the problem the better the results can be.

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It is a neck injury that happens when it is bent in a nodding movement violently, for example in a car accident when someone hits you from the back. This injury involves nerves, tendons, disks, and muscles in your neck that need to be monitored to ensure no serious damage was caused. Make an appointment as soon as possible with your doctor.

On average, neck stiffness goes away in a few weeks. When the injury affects only the soft tissue it takes between 6 to 10 weeks to heal. If nerves are damaged it will take longer. Our specialists can help you determine your condition and the best treatment. The earlier you start the easier it is to identify the area to work on. Call us for more information.

Physical Therapy is necessary to build flexibility and strength in the neck muscles. Follow your doctor’s advice on what medication to take to ease the pain. Apply ice to the affected area to avoid inflammation and be aware of your posture to speed the recovery. In case you are told to wear a foam collar, do it even if it is uncomfortable at the beginning. This will prevent you from accidentally hurting your neck again.

The answer is yes because the spine, the neck, and the head are connected through nerves that send messages to the brain when one of them is hurt.
If the pain spreads to your temples, forehead, and around the eyes, it might be a cervicogenic headache. Talk to your doctor to get evaluated.

Locate the painful spot and massage in circles. If you feel a knot push it carefully up and down. You can also try gently stretching your neck and moving it to left and right. Take pain relievers as advised by your doctor. Make sure you do not spend long periods of time in the same posture. If the pain persists for more than three weeks visit a chiropractor or physical therapist.

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HAVE  QUESTIONS?

Our Healthcare Experts Can Help

It is a neck injury that happens when it is bent in a nodding movement violently, for example in a car accident when someone hits you from the back. This injury involves nerves, tendons, disks, and muscles in your neck that need to be monitored to ensure no serious damage was caused. Make an appointment as soon as possible with your doctor.

On average, neck stiffness goes away in a few weeks. When the injury affects only the soft tissue it takes between 6 to 10 weeks to heal. If nerves are damaged it will take longer. Our specialists can help you determine your condition and the best treatment. The earlier you start the easier it is to identify the area to work on. Call us for more information.

Physical Therapy is necessary to build flexibility and strength in the neck muscles. Follow your doctor’s advice on what medication to take to ease the pain. Apply ice to the affected area to avoid inflammation and be aware of your posture to speed the recovery. In case you are told to wear a foam collar, do it even if it is uncomfortable at the beginning. This will prevent you from accidentally hurting your neck again.

The answer is yes because the spine, the neck, and the head are connected through nerves that send messages to the brain when one of them is hurt.
If the pain spreads to your temples, forehead, and around the eyes, it might be a cervicogenic headache. Talk to your doctor to get evaluated.

Locate the painful spot and massage in circles. If you feel a knot push it carefully up and down. You can also try gently stretching your neck and moving it to left and right. Take pain relievers as advised by your doctor. Make sure you do not spend long periods of time in the same posture. If the pain persists for more than three weeks visit a chiropractor or physical therapist.

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