Whether your neuropathy was caused by diabetes, chemo-therapy, injury, surgery, statin drugs, or any of the approximately 130 conditions that can cause neuropathy, we can help! Our clinic has a proprietary and very individualized approach to handling neuropathy without the use of heavy drugs or surgery. There are over 86,000 amputations per year in the United States due to peripheral neuropathy according to the national Health institute. In many cases patients experience the symptoms of neuropathy and wait too long to seek treatment.
What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is essentially nerve damage that is caused a lack of blood flow to the nerves. The nerves do not get the proper nutrition to continue to heal themselves and over time become damaged. This results in patients experiencing the following symptoms:
- Cold feet/hands
- Decreased balance/atrophy
- Burning sensation
- Shooting pains/Electrical sensation
- Restless Leg Syndrome
Unfortunately, the only treatments for neuropathy that are covered by insurance are anti-depressants, opiates, anti-seizure medication, EMG/NCV tests, walking devices such as walkers and canes, and amputation.
We offer our patients an extremely effective regenerative protocol to reverse the damaging effects of neuropathy and regain your life! Our protocol is not an overnight or “quick-fix” approach. If you are accepted for care you will be require to come into our office 2-3 times per week. Our program length averages about 10-12 weeks. You will also have work to do at home while you are not in the office.
Neuropathy is a progressive degenerative disease that gets worse over time. It can be best described as creeping nerve death. Unfortunately, when you reach the final stage of neuropathy degeneration, we can’t help you. You have waited too long. If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms call us today and immediately book a consultation and exam. We will thoroughly evaluate your neuropathy and decide whether or not we can help. If we can help and accept you for care, you have a great chance of recovery. If you are to far along with your neuropathy because you waited to long, we will inform you of what your next steps will be as well. Call us today!
See our doctors
If you’re in the Mason area, be sure to see our doctors about our Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment. We’re also accepting patients in all across Ohio.