14 Jan How Can I Overcome Peripheral Neuropathy?
Currently, Conventional medicine does not have a cure for people who suffer from peripheral neuropathy.
Patients are prescribed powerful medications (painkillers, antidepressants, antiseizure) that do not treat the cause of the damaged peripheral nerves causing the pain, numbness, discoloration, cramping, restless legs, and balance issues.
Majority of Peripheral Neuropathy patients experience symptoms that start in the feet/hands and progressively move upwards up in the legs/arms.
What Medicine Will My Doctor Prescribe For Peripheral Neuropathy?
Below is a list of common drugs used in the treatment for peripheral neuropathy. Unfortunately these drugs do not address the cause or stimulate the repair of the damaged nerves.
Painkillers and anti-inflammatory
Over-the-counter pain medications nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
Prescription medications containing opioids :
tramadol (Conzip, Ultram) oxycodone (Oxycontin, Roxicodone)
gabapentin (Gralise, Neurontin, Horizant) and pregabalin (Lyrica),
amitriptyline, doxepin (Silenor, Zonalon) and nortriptyline (Pamelor) (Cymbalta) and venlafaxine (Effexor XR)
The first step to recovering your health is to determine the cause of your symptoms, identify your current nerve damage severity, and design an individualized peripheral neuropathy treatment plan of action to help you beat peripheral neuropathy.
The Primary Cause of Peripheral Neuropathy…..
Health nerves receive oxygenated blood and nutrition through microscopic capillaries. Damage and/or obstruction to these small blood vessels as a result of high blood sugar, toxins, mechanical entrapment restricts the transfer of oxygen and nutrition to the nerve cells causing nerve cell death.
Diabetic patients are at a very high risk because these small capillaries of people with diabetes can become obstructed when a large amount of glucose fills the bloodstream. This glucose obstruction prevents the nerve tissues from receiving the nutrients and oxygen needed for health functioning nerves.
Peripheral neuropathy is a serious diabetes complication and is estimated to affect up to 80% of people with diabetes. The feet are the most common area of the body where the nerves are damaged as a result of high blood sugar resulting in the need for peripheral neuropathy treatment.
If you have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy or have neuropathy symptoms such as pain, burning, numbness in your arms, hands, legs or feet. Please contact us at (305) 275-7475 to schedule and discuss your questions with our new patient specialist or message us your number/email and our team member will reach out to you for scheduling.
Out of town patients can schedule a complimentary Zoom Meeting Consultation or Phone Consultation with Dr. Alfonso. Please contact either by website, email, or by phone if you have any questions. We are here to help you overcome peripheral neuropathy and get you back to enjoying life! You can beat peripheral neuropathy without drugs or surgery!
For more info on the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol please visit our treatment page of our website.
I look forward to meeting and helping you!
Sincerely Yours for Health,
Dr. Rodolfo Alfonso, D.C.
8585 Sunset Drive,
Miami, FL 33143