23 Apr Treatment For Numbness In Feet
What causes numbness in the feet?
Nerve damage also referred to medically as peripheral neuropathy can result from diabetes, chemotherapy, alcohol, medications, industrial toxins, military toxins, and hereditary conditions. These are the most common causes resulting in patients seeking treatment for numbness in feet.
Numbness is caused by damage to the small fiber peripheral nerves. Peripheral neuropathy symptoms are sensory related and often include abnormal sensations such as, numbness, pins-and-needles, tingling, burning, stabbing pains, coldness, and shock.
Damaged peripheral nerves that send and receive signals to and from the spinal cord and brain responsible for the sensations of touch, temperature, vibration, and pain are the primary reason patients seek treatment for numbness in feet at Neuropathy Relief Miami.
Who develops the need for Treatment For Numbness In Feet?
Diabetes patients are the most common cause of people seeking treatment for numbness in feet as a result of peripheral neuropathy. It is estimated that between 60-70% of patients with diabetes will develop diabetes. One foot or both feet are the most common regions on the body where the peripheral nerves are damaged from elevated blood sugar glucose causing the need for treatment for numbness in feet.
People who have damaged their nerves from chemotherapy or radiation treatments, medications, industrial toxins, military toxins, high blood sugar and alcohol are at high risk for needing treatment for numbness in feet.
What are the medications often Prescribed for Treatment For Numbness In Feet?
A list of commonly prescribed medications used for treatment for numbness in feet. Unfortunately these drugs do not treat the cause of peripheral and do not stimulate, rehabilitation, or repair the damaged diseased nerves.
Often a mix of painkillers, anti-seizure, depression medication are prescribed by
doctors with the goal to only mask the symptoms. Unfortunately this type of treatment does not improve the condition and often the condition will progressively get worse.
The treatment for numbness in feet needs to treat and repair the damaged peripheral nerves.
Improve circulation for nutrition and oxygen and nutrition to the sick damaged nerves
Cellular stimulation for peripheral nerve cell growth and repair
How successful are medications used for the Treatment For Numbness In Feet ?
The medical community does not have an effective treatment for people looking for treatment of numbness in feet as a result of neuropathy. Patients looking for treatment for numbness in feet are often given strong medications (painkillers, antidepressants, antiseizure) that do not rehabilitate the damaged nerves causing numbness. These types of drugs cover up the symptoms while the condition continues to worsen. Majority of patients seeking treatment for numbness in feet
can’t live with side effects of long-term medication treatments.
What Is The Most Successful Treatment For Numbness In Feet?
Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is a highly effective treatment that has successfully helped many patients seeking treatment for numbness in feet without medications, shots, or surgery.
Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol combines multiple specialized treatments developed to improve the supply of oxygen, remove waste, increase nutrients to damaged peripheral nerves. By increasing circulation to the damaged peripheral nerves combined with treatments to stimulate peripheral nerve cell regeneration and repair.
You can learn more about the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol and the combination of specialized treatments for rehabilitating damaged sick peripheral nerves on our treatment page.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]