Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) usually starts with numbness, prickling or tingling in the toes or fingers. It may spread up to the feet or hands and cause burning, freezing, throbbing and/or shooting pain that is often worse at night.
The pain can be either constant or periodic, but usually the pain is felt equally on both sides of the body—in both hands or in both feet. Some types of peripheral neuropathy develop suddenly, while others progress more slowly over many years.
Common causes of PN are diabetes, chemotherapy and statin drugs, stenosis of the spine, and prior injuries - or any combination of these. Sometimes a person will develop neuropathy for an unknown reason.
The Causes of PN Are Unknown in 4.5 Million Sufferers
PN Affects 70% of All Diabetics
30%-40% of All Chemo Patients Have PN
PN Affects 1/3 of Those Living With HIV and AIDS
When neuropathy persists after drug treatment has been stopped, the advisable solution is less drugs, not more. Therefore natural treatments for the condition rather than drug treatments to suppress pain are preferable.
Newer technologies combine the energetic stimulation of far infrared LIGHT with VIBRATION. Natural supplements improve circulation to the extremities.
The non-drug treatment of the nerve problems, as well as thorough diagnosis of the actual causes of the condition, is the basic expertise of chiropractic education.
Before considering yet another medication – or worse, simply tolerating this progressive degenerative condition – it’s important to have a thorough professional evaluation to determine the causes and scope of your neuropathy.
If you are tired of living with neuropathy
and would like a non-invasive & natural solution
call TODAY for an evaluation
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