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Peripheral Neuropathy? 4 things you should know

Peripheral Neuropathy - things you should know

Peripheral Neuropathy? 4 things you should know

1) It’s more than “just a little pain and numbness”

Peripheral Neuropathy - pain and numbness

Peripheral Neuropathy – pain and numbness

The pain, numbness, and weakness most commonly experienced in your feet and hands are a result of damage to your peripheral nerves.

These symptoms are your warning sign of an underlying condition involving your nerves.

Peripheral nerves branch off the spinal cord between the individual vertebrae and discs providing the neurological control of your shoulder, arms, hands, legs, ankles and feet.

Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to your peripheral nerves, which causes the pain, weakness, numbness, sleep difficulties,  balance and walking problems many people who suffer from neuropathy experience.

2) Multiple types of risk factors and contributing factors

 

Peripheral Neuropathy -risk factors

Peripheral Neuropathy -risk factors

 

Metabolic – Risk Factors

Diabetes – The most common metabolic cause of Neuropathy we see in our office are patients with diabetes.

Nearly 60% of individuals diagnosed with diabetes develop Diabetic Neuropathy.

Chemical – Risk Factors

  • Chemotherapy
  • Alcoholism
  • Drugs / Prescription Medication
  • War Toxins / Industrial Toxins

Mechanical – Risk Factors

  • Bulged and Herniated Disc(s)
  • Degenerative Disc(s)
  • Spinal Stenosis

These causes are also very common, and are most often a result from mechanical joint problems, which compress the nerves that emit from the spine.

Hereditary – Risk Factors

Moving from the most to the least common, the final category of neuropathies are those caused by a genetic or hereditary factor. They include neurological challenges such as Friedriech’s Ataxia and Charcot Marie Tooth Disease. These are fairly rare and while very significant to those afflicted, make up less than 1% of neuropathies.

3) Medications only cover up the symptoms

 

Peripheral Neuropathy -Medications

Peripheral Neuropathy -Medications

Medications prescribed for peripheral neuropathy do not regenerate nerve cells, tissues or physiological function.

Some are effective at decreasing pain but the underlying cause of the condition damaged nerves are not addressed or being treated.

This type of treatment of masking the symptoms with drugs will not improve the damaged nerves and often develop into  additional health problems.

4) There is a Hope and Better Way 

Neuropathy Treatment - Patient Testimonials

Neuropathy Treatment – Patient Testimonials

Whether you’ve been taking pain-management medications for your neuropathy, or simply suspect you may be suffering from nerve damage, you should know that there is hope without drugs or surgery.

Currently, traditional medicine has no cure for Neuropathy. Patients are prescribed extremely powerful drugs that do not treat their nerve damage, which then only numbs the pain and symptoms.

Many patients cannot tolerate the long-term drug use and side effects, and feel they have no other option against their terrible pain and other Neuropathy symptoms.

Thousands of patients have experienced significant relief from the pain, tingling, numbness, inflammation and swelling that often occurs in conjunction with diabetic, statin, and chemotherapy related Peripheral Neuropathy.

Using the latest research and technology, Dr. Alfonso’s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is based on the most advanced science and technologies available.

Dr.  Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is a highly successful drug-free, non surgical, safe, and effective treatment that has successfully helped many patients who suffer from Neuropathy.

This Treatment Protocol, which is implemented without medications or surgery, combines a customized treatment plan, home care, and nutritional program.

If you have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy or experience neuropathy symptoms such as pain, burning, coldness, discoloration, wounds, numbness in your arms, hands, legs or feet, or balance and walking difficulties.

 

Please call our South Miami office (305) 275-7474 to schedule a Free consultation or reserve a spot at our Free Neuropathy Seminar!

You can also easily setup an appointment online.

https://www.neuropathyreliefmiami.com/contact/

 

I will teach you the true causes of neuropathy and discover a new innovative neuropathy treatment that has improved the lives of patients not only in South Miami but across the world.

I look forward to meeting and helping you and

Sincerely Yours for Health,

Dr. Rodolfo Alfonso

8585 Sunset Drive,
Miami, FL 33143
Ph: 305-275.7474

https://www.neuropathyreliefmiami.com/

 

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