Peripheral Neuropathy Recovery is Absolutely Possible
Are You suffering with symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy is damage that occurs to the nerves outside of brain and spinal cords. Your peripheral nervous system connects the nerves from your brain and spinal cord, or central nervous system, to the rest of your body. This includes your arms, hands, feet, legs, and other areas.
Here are some common symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy:
- Burning, Numbness, Tingling
- Sharp, Shooting Pain
- Muscle Weakness
- Loss of Balance
- Loss of Sleep
- Pain or Difficulty Walking
- Irritable, Moody, Depressed
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms in your feet, legs or hands, it’s wise to seek medical attention from a leading neuropathy specialist before your condition gets progressively worse.
You’re Not Alone
More than 20 million people suffer with neuropathy. In fact, 1 in every 10 adults over the age of 30 suffers with Neuropathic pain.
Patients suffering with neuropathy are told, “There is no cure and once you have neuropathy – it’s permanent; you just need to learn to live with it”.
To make matters worse, patients are being given numerous medications to treat their neuropathy pain, such as Neurontin® (gabapentin), Lyrica®, Cymbalta®, NORCO®, etc. The problem with this approach is that the medications do nothing to heal the nerves. At best, they only mask the pain, while the neuropathy continues to worsen.
There is a tremendous amount of research about the causes and the ability of these nerves to regenerate under the proper treatment conditions
We have compiled some of the most up-to-date information dispelling the myths and truths of Peripheral Neuropathy.
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The Truth is…Peripheral nerves can be repaired.
This has been well documented in many research studies and published in reputable journals, such as the Journal of Neurology, the Journal of Oncology, and the British Medical Journal- to name a few.
Less than 1% of all Doctors Know How to Treat Neuropathy
Without Drugs or Surgery
& Successfully Reverse Nerve Damage.
More than 22 million people in America alone have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy and the numbers continue to climb. Although this condition can start off as minor numbness that may not interfere with your ability to function immediately, with time it will progressively worsen to the point of disability and ultimately misery.
Most doctors tell their patients the only thing that can be done for their peripheral neuropathy is managing the pain with medication. In reality, the vast majority of these meds result in even more nerve damage with time. This is the largest injustice served to these patients.
Do not buy into the myth that your peripheral neuropathy can’t be repaired, simply because your doctor lacks the knowledge.
Why We are Different
The fundamental difference between our treatment and conventional medical treatment is that conventional medicine merely masks your pain; whereas, our treatment approach at the Natural Health and Healing Center is focused on identifying the underlying cause of your neuropathy and correcting the problem.
If you simply mask the pain with medications, rest assured, your neuropathy will get progressively worse with each passing year. As your neuropathy progresses, it can become very debilitating as you begin to lose your balance, strength, and normal sensory perception.
Proper treatment begins with the correct diagnosis. I have found that many of the neuropathy cases that I have evaluated over the years are diagnosed with “idiopathic neuropathy” or simply stated, neuropathy of unknown cause. In reality, there are many known causes of neuropathy and a diagnosis of idiopathic neuropathy in my opinion is unacceptable.
At the Natural Health and Healing Center, your evaluation begins by meeting with Dr. Nelson. A thorough medical history is completed, taking as much time as necessary to unravel all the contributing factors causing your neuropathy.
We utilize several non-invasive and non-surgical treatments, such as Infra-red laser, Neurotrophic Nutrition and myofascial therapy that are designed to stop the chronic pain, and repair nerves while avoiding dangerous and addictive pain medications.
Book A Consultation
If you would like to learn more about your treatment options, and if you would be a good candidate for our treatment, please contact our office at 703-319-1100 or
Peripheral Neuropathy Consultation Appointments are $159.00 and include a meeting with the doctor to discuss your current condition and how your symptoms are impacting your daily activities, a review of your history and previous diagnostic tests. She will spend as much time as necessary with you. After reviewing your case, if the doctor feels you’re a good candidate for our neuropathy treatment, she will outline a course of action for your condition.