Treating Neuropathy Naturally

One of the most recent program additions that we’ve made is a Neuropathy Treatment option. Many of our clients suffer from some form of neuropathy in their arms, hands, legs, or feet, which is why we’ve adopted a program that treats and cures neuropathy without harmful drugs.

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First, it’s important to address that the medical system in the United States is reactive rather than preventative. Doctors generally don’t have time to treat the root causes of issues, just their symptoms. Neuropathy is a prime example of that. Many patients are put on medications that address numbness or pain in their extremities but do nothing to solve the actual problems! These medications can also have nasty side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, or fogging up the mind. Instead of just accepting a prescription from a doctor, a neuropathy patient must understand what’s causing the actual problem and how natural remedies can have safer, longer-lasting effects.

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Most patients generally have either circulatory neuropathy, which is caused by a lack of blood flow to the extremities due to diabetes or other diseases, or toxicity-induced neuropathy, which is triggered by treatments like chemotherapy. Both of these neuropathies result in hypoxia, which means that the nerve endings begin to die due to lack of blood flow and nutrients.feet in the sand

Using proven techniques like stimulation and light therapy (that can be done from your own home!), and by introducing a non-inflammatory diet, nerve endings CAN and WILL begin to regenerate. Many patients have not only decreased their neuropathy symptoms, but have successfully regained feeling and control in their extremities.hands and feet

All of our neuropathy treatments are closely monitored by a doctor and have little to no risk for harmful side effects. Treatments are available and within reach if you or a loved one suffers from this debilitating condition! Contact us today for more information.

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