Finally you you may be able to achieve relief from the pain and discomfort caused by Diabetic & Peripheral Neuropathy with our latest technology the Class 4 Laser

If you are a patient with diabetes, you may experience nerve damage (neuropathy).  Individuals living with neuropathy often experience numbness or an uncomfortable tingling in the feet, which can then be gradually felt in the legs and other areas of the body. Sometimes you may also experience sharp/shooting pain and even burning pain. All of these symptoms negatively affect your quality of life.  Class IV laser therapy has proven to be effective in alleviating these symptoms. This is because the laser increases the production of ATP. ATP is what creates energy in cells. This, then, reduces neuropathic inflammation and allows for enhanced blood flow. Improved blood flow decreases neuropathy symptoms. 

We Have a protocol which includes 

1) The Class 4 Laser   treatment times are short, non invasive  2)  Nerve stimulation. Nerves are treated at a specific(HZ) Frequency for neuropathic pain .This setting sends the stimulation coursing through the nerves helping to reeducate, reestablish, and ultimately rebuild the nerves and their function .Our Nerve stimulator has been both tested and proven through  clinical case studies to help reduce pain for neuropathy and are available for your review upon request.

( It is vastly different from  EMS Electrical Muscle stimulation or T.E.N.S.  which have their benefits when treating different injuries .Both should not be used to treat neuropathy, as they can actually cause additional numbness making the condition worse) This is why we treat our neuropathy patients with Nerve stimulation.

3) Nutritional supplementation to treat the problem from a cellular level with properly prescribed nutraceutical supplementation 

4) Aquatic Therapy Customized therapeutic exercises in our state of the art Aquatic treadmill which allows for non weight bearing exercises.

 5) Flotation therapy  where magnesium in salt relaxes joints and muscles to aid in recovery and circulation.

Note If the Peripheral Neuropathy is being caused by a compression of the nerve root and the patient does not have surgical hardware and is a candidate for Non Surgical Spinal Decompression this may be added to our protocol Decompression therapy is a non-surgical treatment that helps relieve back pain caused by pressure in your spine. During non-surgical spinal compression, your health care provider may use traction to slowly stretch and relax your back. This stretching may help your spine reposition itself, which may reduce your pain.

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