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Neuropathy

New service provided: Neuropathy Treatment


neuropathic_ulcer.jpgWhat is neuropathy?

Neuropathy comes from the combination of the words "neuro" meaning nerve, and "pathy" meaning disease or damage. This is a silent degenerative disease of secondary to diabetes and chemotherapy.

Symptoms:

Numbness, tingling, burning, sharp shooting pain in the feet that might radiate up to the legs. Not being able to detect the difference in floor textures, not being able to feel the steps as one descends or ascends-not being able to determine whether one is applying the gas or the brake pedal are also symptoms of this disease. The reason this disease is so dangerous is a lot of people that have this condition do not know that they have it. This can lead to burns, ulcers and amputations.

Treatment:

Currently, the treatment for this disorder are drugs such as Lyrica and gabapentin. This doesn't cure the disease, it just masks the symptoms.

Now there is a treatment that is non-invasive, and has restored the sensation and function to those that suffer with this disease.

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition that affects approximately 23 million people in the US. Whether a person has diabetes, or became neuropathic via chemicals-alcohol or chemotherapy-this disease can have negative repercussions on lifestyle or overall health. Numbness, tingling, burning, shooting, stabbing pains are characteristic of neuropathy.

When neuropathy first is noticed, it may present as a little numbness or tingling. Then may progress to burning and shooting pain. Your sleep may be interrupted. Walking and the ability to drive may become affected preventing you from being as active as you have been and would like to be.

If this condition is not treated, falls, hospitalizations and death may even result if nothing is done.
Most physicians prescribe medications which may only work 30-40% of the time, masking the symptoms, leaving the underlying condition in place, and leaving residual side effects.

There is a treatment that is non-painful, noninvasive, and reverses and restores damaged nerves. This treatment can be performed in the comfort of your home and takes 15-30 minutes twice a week for 8-12 weeks. This treatment is CET or EST-Combined Electrical Therapy or Electronic Cell Signal Therapy. This is not a TENS treatment. This treatment uses a machine that uses time-varying electric energy signals, associated harmonics and resonance frequencies that are introduced to the skin via electrodes.
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