17 Nov Understanding Peripheral Neuropathy
The most common symptoms If Peripheral Neuropathy….
The most common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy can include:
- Burning pain radiating in hands or feet
- Pins and needles in the extremities
- Numbness and tingling
- Weakness in hands, arms,legs and or feet
- A knotted feeling in the soles and palms
- Pain from the lightest touches
- Difficulty walking
- Pain from the pressure of walking
- Balance problems
- Inability to grasp with the hands
- Cramping of the feet
- Fingers twisting and locking
- Pain when twisting the wrists
- Hands and feet feeling tired or heavy
- Night pain and sleep difficulty
- Restless legs and feet
- Pain that seems to come even from the sheets or covers on your feet at night
The Major 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 70% 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.
The Medical Treatment For 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.
Unfortunately these medications do not rehabilitate the damaged blood vessels or damaged peripheral nerves that are causing the neuropathy symptoms (Nerve Cell Death).
The Next Steps If I Have Peripheral Neuropathy?
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.
Please review our website to learn more about the treatment.
Please call our South Miami office (305) 275-7475 to schedule a Free consultation. You can also easily set up an appointment online.
Out of town patients can schedule a complimentary Zoom Meeting Consultation or Phone Consultation with Dr. Alfonso. Please contact us via website, email, or by phone if you have any questions. We are here to help you overcome neuropathy and get you back to enjoying life!
The Neuropathy Relief Center of Miami healthcare team goes beyond conventional medicine by offering treatments and therapies which can relieve peripheral neuropathy symptoms while at the same time addressing and resolving the underlying cause of peripheral neuropathy.
We look forward to helping you recover your health! You can get better! No dangerous drugs or surgery necessary. We treat the underlying cause and damage not just coverup your symptoms.
Sincerely Yours for Health,
Dr. Rodolfo Alfonso
8585 Sunset Drive,
Miami, FL 33143