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Are You Suffering with Painful and/or Debilitating Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms in your Legs/Feet or Arms/Hands? If so, our Non-Surgical, Non-Drug Neuropathy Treatment protocols may be the answer you’ve been searching for.
WHAT IS PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?
Peripheral neuropathy is when there has been damage to the peripheral nervous system, which is the ‘electrical wiring’ network of our body that transmits information from our brain and spinal cord (the central nervous system) to the organs, muscles and glands ‘peripheral’ to our spinal column. In other words, our peripheral nerves carry information to all the tissues of our bodies and also send information back to the brain and spinal cord, such as the feet or hands are cold, hot, burned, etc. When our peripheral nerves are damaged then there is interference with these vital nerve connections. It’s like the telephone lines get crossed and there is an interruption in communication between the brain and the rest of the body.
And because our peripheral nerves have highly specialized functions for the specific parts of the body they supply it’s not uncommon to see a wide array of symptoms when these nerves are damaged.
For example, neuropathy symptoms in some people could be temporary numbness, tingling and pricking sensations (paresthesia), sensitivity to touch or even muscle weakness. For others, more extreme symptoms, including burning pain (especially at night), muscle wasting or loss, paralysis even organs or glands can become dysfunctional.
For the most common types of peripheral neuropathy, nerve fibers (cells that make up the nerve) that are furthest from the brain and spinal cord tend to malfunction first. This leads to pain and other symptoms that typically appear symmetrically, meaning, in both feet followed by a gradual progression up both legs. Then, the fingers, hands, and arms may be affected, and left unchecked, symptoms can potentially progress into the central part of the body. People with diabetic neuropathy often experience this pattern of ascending nerve damage.
At Genesis Medial, we offer non-surgical, regenerative and pain relief options for peripheral neuropathy sufferers in the Arvada Colorado and/or Metro Denver Colorado area.
WHAT CAUSES PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?
This is a common question many of our patients ask when they come to us for treatment. The difficulty in answering the question is that there are over 100 causes of peripheral neuropathy. However, for the most part, may causes are more common than others. The key is to do a comprehensive health history and evaluation to determine the cause.
Here are some of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy:
WHO IS A POTENTIAL CANDIDATE FOR PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY TREATMENT AT GENESIS MEDICAL?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you are a potential candidate for our Non-Surgical, Non-Drug Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Relief and Repair Program. Simply call or message our office today and schedule your Free, No Obligation Initial Consultation.
First and foremost, again, our approach is 100% designed to KEEP YOU OUT OF THE SURGICAL ROOM and avoid the potentially harmful effects of long-term pharmaceutical and OTC drug use.
And so, once a comprehensive evaluation and diagnosis has been made and we’ve determined that the individual is a candidate for our specialized treatments, the Genesis Medical clinical team will then collaborate to determine the best plan of care for each individual case.
There are a variety of treatment options that we offer for Peripheral Neuropathy, many of which can work in combination to help damaged nerves and affected tissues to truly heal and repair. Here are some of the regenerative and non-surgical treatment options that may be considered based on specific case need for a person’s peripheral neuropathy:
Highly absorbable, pharmaceutical grade nutritional supplementation to support nutrient needs of damaged nerves and tissues to repair and regenerate
If you’re ready to step into the future of Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Repair and Regeneration simply click on the button below or call us directly at 720-795-7920 and tell whoever answers that you would like to set up an initial visit to see if you qualify for our Customized Non-Surgical Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Relief and Repair Program