What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is a condition that causes dysfunction of the peripheral nerves. It is one of the most common degenerative diseases that we see in the United States.
Common symptoms of Neuropathy include:
What causes Neuropathy?
Neuropathy can be caused by a number of things, and in some cases, the true underlying cause is not able to even be identified. It is commonly caused by autoimmune conditions, alcoholism and poor diet, certain medications, and vitamin deficiencies.
But the most COMMON cause of Neuropathy is Diabetes. Why? As Diabetes and high blood sugar typically go hand in hand, damage is eventually caused to the nerves, resulting in peripheral Neuropathy. Additionally, Diabetes can cause damage to the kidneys. Kidney disease also can contribute to damaged nerves due to increased toxins within the blood.
By addressing the body as a whole, we restore nerve function by healing from the inside out without the use of medications, injections or surgeries.
We offer a scientific, 5-step approach that HEALS the nerves and REVERSES your symptoms by:
1.) Increasing blood supply to your nerves.
2.) Repairing and re-educating your nerves.
3.) Increasing the blood flow in your feet or hands.
4.) Increasing your balance and mobility.
5.) Nutritional and lifestyle education.
What Our Patients Have to Say:
Perhaps you have Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, or Neuropathy that may or may not have been caused by Diabetes. Maybe you have been prescribed medications and have been told by doctors that this is just something you'll have to live with.
If you are looking for a more holistic approach to your chronic conditions, you have come to the right place.
To attend one of our free informational seminars on Neuropathy or Diabetes, click here for a list of our upcoming events, or call our office at 760-777-4177.
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