is a disease that affects our
nerves. Peripheral neuropathy is a condition where
there is damage to the peripheral nervous system, the
vast communications network that transmits information
from the brain and spinal cord (the central nervous
system) to every other part of the body. Discomfort in the extremities is usually the first sign noticed by sufferers.
Especially the feet.
Many symptoms are grouped
together in the catch-all diagnosis. Whether
it is called idiopathic peripheral neuropathy (cause uncertain), or diabetic peripheral
neuropathy (associated with diabetes), or poly neuropathy ( more
than one place),
they all have a basic common cause.
Ultimately, they have been deprived of oxygen (anoxia)
and nutrients due to one or more of many possible causes. As a
method of self preservation, the nerves have begun to shrivel and
atrophy and have essentially begin to "go dormant". In
severe and/or prolonged cases, the thin insulating coating called
the "myelin sheath" can become depleted of essential minerals and
nutrients, which can lead to irreversible damage. These severe
cases are the hardest to recover from.
At present, the established medical
community does not recognize a cure for neuropathies, and have adopted a
very ineffective policy of simply trying "mask the discomfort".
This is slowly starting to change.
In peripheral neuropathy,
sufferers report moderate to severe pain and/or a
numbing and/or tingling sensations, especially in the feet
and hands. As the condition worsens, very sharp
shooting pains can become common. People with this
painful condition often complain of lack of sleep due
to discomfort. Mobility and balance can also
Reduced blood flow, oxygen deprivation, and nutritional
deficiencies are all final causes of nerve atrophy in neuropathy,
leading to very poor electrical current flow through and
between nerve cells. But what causes these conditions within
more about causes
Peripheral Neuropathy Treatments
Common short term
remedies used by our current medical establishment usually involve the use of
injection therapy, light therapy, and
Surgery may be needed to treat some causes of neuropathy
carpal tunnel syndrome).
In many cases, prompt diagnosis and treatment of the
underlying cause can reduce the risk for permanent nerve
damage. For example, controlling diabetes
may significantly reduce diabetic peripheral neuropathy, and in extreme cases renal dialysis
often improves neuropathy that develops as a result of
chronic renal failure.
- Injection Therapy
- Light Therapy
- no cure
- treatments ongoing
Peripheral Neuropathy Treatments
There is much
progress being made in this field. As with most
alternatives approaches, the idea is to remedy the
work. Reduced blood flow, oxygen deprivation,
nutritional deficiencies all are directly causal in
neuropathy, leading to very poor electrical current flow
through the tiny nerve cells and fibers. These alternative
approaches address these issues directly. It might be obvious to many,
but the idea is simple... remove as many causal factors as possible
and provide enough nutrition, oxygen, and stimulation as possible.
This can take time of course, but consider that it probably took the
victim decades to get to the point of suffering. If it
takes several months to start seeing reversal, that only makes
reversal of symptoms in most cases
- Precise Electrical Stimulation
- Oxygen and Ozone Therapy
Luckily, in the field of peripheral neuropathy, a
significant advance has been developed that uses special, unique,
patented, electrical signals to stimulate, rehabilitate and even rebuild
damaged nerves and surrounding tissue! It's called "The
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Are You Suffering?
Did You Know?
20 million Americans suffer
from peripheral neuropathy!
|30% of cases, the cause
|60-70% of diabetics have
some nervous system damage in the U.S.
|The annual medical
expenses for diabetic neuropathy symptoms in the U.S. are as
high as $13.7 billion annually. (this does not include
the other 70% of non diabetic cases!)
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