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Neuropathy Relief Center of Miami News and Research Update

More than 20 million in the US suffer from peripheral neuropathy. The majority are over the age of 45. That's almost 1 out of 17 Americans who will develop peripheral neuropathy. [caption id="attachment_4747" align="alignright" width="425"] Peripheral Neuropathy Quick Facts - Most common types of Peripheral Neuropathy...

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Currently, traditional medicine has no cure for peripheral neuropathy. Patients are prescribed extremely powerful drugs that do not [caption id="attachment_4590" align="alignright" width="425"] Don't Mask Your Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms - Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms[/caption] treat their nerve damage, which then only numbs the pain and symptoms. Many patients cannot...

Purpose: The purpose was to clarify the influence of frequency and exposure time of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) on the peripheral nerve regeneration. Conclusion: PEMF enhanced peripheral nerve regeneration, and that it may be due to cell proliferation and increase in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and...

1) Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Peripheral nerve damage as a result of diabetes is referred to as Diabetic Neuropathy. Diabetic patients who have elevated blood sugar (glucose) for extended periods of time cause damage to their peripheral nerves. The most common location of peripheral nerve damage is in...

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