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Treating Neuropathy

At Summit Spine and Wellness we have a program to help those who suffer from neuropathy. Our program works to restore the proper blood flow, which supplies oxygen and nutrients, to the nerves using a cutting-edge, 3-step process using light therapy, nerve stimulation, and nutrition.

These therapies were initially discovered by NASA for treating wounds in space, and the research behind some of the nutritional aspects has won a Nobel Prize.

Two Main Types of Neuropathy:

  1. Circulatory Neuropathy.
    Circulatory neuropathy affects patients with diabetes, pre-diabetes, circulatory difficulties, and those whose overall health has been on a downward spiral.
  2. Toxicity-induced Neuropathy.
    Toxicity-induced neuropathy affects individuals whose systems have been damaged by chemotherapy and/or the side effects of some medications.

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Millions of Americans suffer from tingling, numbness, burning, weakness, or even a deep stabbing pain in their hands or feet, known as peripheral neuropathy. Damage to the peripheral nerves can also impair movement, sensation, and even interfere with the functions of glands and organs.

Don’t make the mistake of thinking your neuropathy will go away on its own or that medications will make you better. If you are not addressing the root cause of your neuropathy, your condition will continue to deteriorate to the point where your nerve damage becomes so extensive that your nerves will not be able to regenerate.

Fortunately, you no longer need to accept living with neuropathy for the rest of your life. Like many of the chronic health conditions that we suffer from, neuropathy is a treatable and reversible condition when you address the root cause and not mask the symptoms. Our approach to neuropathy is geared towards correcting the cause vs treatment of the symptoms. It is a multi-faceted approach that is customized for each individual based on their history and examination findings.

To find out if you would be a candidate for our program, please contact Summit Spine and Wellness to set up an appointment to evaluate the degree to which your neuropathy has progressed. Call our office today at (215) 487-2500 to set an appointment, or use our convenient form. If you have found this information on neuropathy to be valuable, please recommend this article to your friends and family.

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