More than 20 million Americans suffer from nerve damage or neuropathy — and many don’t even know it.
We treat neuropathy with healing therapies to slow or stop nerve damage.
Neuropathy can be defined as a “disease or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves, typically causing numbness or weakness.” Common symptoms are pain, burning, tingling, and loss of feeling in your feet, legs, and fingers – with the pain ranging from mild to almost unbearable.
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, it is estimated more than 20 million Americans suffer from some form of peripheral neuropathy. And this figure may be significantly higher, as not all people with symptoms of neuropathy are tested for the disease, and tests currently don’t look for all forms of neuropathy.
Sharp Electric Pain
Hurts When You Walk
Diabetic Nerve Pain
Difficulty Sleeping From Leg/Foot Pain
Repetitive motions such as typing
Bone marrow disorders
Certain prescription medications
Falls, sports injuries, and other trauma
Wearing a cast or using crutches
Red Light & Infrared therapy
Medical Grade Supplements
Balance and/or therapeutic exercises