Neuropathy is damage to, or disease affecting the nerves, and this can be associated with your feet, legs, arms, hands, and back. Neuropathy is a progressive disease, it DOES get worse over time. You want to catch the disease before it goes into a non-treatable status.
Diabetes | Poor circulation | Chemotherapy drugs | Surgeries | Autoimmune diseases| |Alcohol | Cigarette Smoking
Numbness | Burning Pain | Cramping |Sharp Electrical Pain | Prickling |Tingling |Balance Problems and Falls | Can’t Sleep from Foot Pain | Numb or painful feet and hands | Feels like you are walking on marshmallows or marbles | Burning or cramping in your feet or legs | Tingling or pain in your hands
Successful neuropathy treatment can increase blood flow, stimulate the nerves, decrease inflammation, and be activated through therapy.
This minimally invasive treatment allows you to return to the activities you love with a reduced risk of side effects, infection, or increased damage.
If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms and are serious about regaining your life and finding out more about your options, schedule an appointment with our team at Elite Integrative Medical to find out if our Neuropathy Program is right for you.
1. I am not that bad yet, can’t I wait till it gets worse?
Remember Neuropathy is a progressive, degenerating disease. We CAN NOT help a killed nerve, if you wait until then, the nerve can no longer be helped and can result in amputation.
As Neuropathy gets worse, people start suffering more. They start sitting a lot more, and they stop doing the activities they love to do.
2. Do you have to be diabetic to have Neuropathy?
No. There are many other symptoms that can also lead to Neuropathy. A few examples of other conditions that can lead to Neuropathy are: Poor circulation, chemotherapy drugs, surgeries, autoimmune diseases, alcohol, and cigarette smoking.
3. What is the treatment for Neuropathy?
The first step is to find out IF you are a candidate for care and what you will need. The EIM medical team will perform a consultation, 16 point neurological evaluation, and a recommended treatment plan.
4. What is our Neuropathy Program good for?