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Beating Peripheral Neuropathy
New protocol dramatically reduces pain, burning and tingling fosters your own independence, too.
Managing peripheral neuropathy in private practice can be one of the most frustrating clinical experiences for primary care physicians and neurologists alike. These frustrations have left doctors wishing there was more they could do for patients.
Well, now there is, using a combined program of patient care, which includes nutrition and diet education, exercise and rehab therapies; plus, the addition of clinically tested 7.83Hz electrotherapy. With additional massage techniques and spinal manual therapies where indicated, patients can achieve not only lasting relief, but long term self management. Most patients can then be transitioned to home care with a successful clinical trial.
What’s different about this program?
Whether due to diabetes, chemotherapy or other disorders, neuropathy symptoms share common causes. Nerve tissues are highly vulnerable to damage from diseases that impair the body’s ability to transform nutrients into energy, process biochemical waste products, circulate oxygen, or manufacture some components of cellular repair.
Diabetes mellitus is a major cause of peripheral neuropathy in the United States. About 60 to 70 percent of diabetics have mild to severe forms of neuropathy. Chemotherapy is another leading cause.
Electro-stimulation at 7.83 Hz
A pain-free electrical dual frequency signal (one to stimulate the nerve cells and the other to trigger muscle cells) is pulsed on and off at the frequency of 7.83 cycles per second.
We have found that the human body is particularly sensitive to this frequency. One postulation for this sensitivity is that the electrical potential between the earth’s atmosphere and the earth’s surface is also approximately 7.83 Hz.
Using this signal frequency, research has found that the body not only responds favorably but the brain is induced to release large amounts of endorphins. The effect of this endorphin release is a generalized sense of well-being, a reduction in pain and anxiety levels elsewhere in the body, and even a reduction in emotional pain.
Long term clinical applications suggest some normalization of function. This ensures a very high level of patient compliance not only because you feel good physically during the treatment period, but because you feel better emotionally afterward experiencing a reduction in pain for a period of 4 to 6 hours.
What about my alignment and exercise?
In most patients the right combination of manual therapies, home exercise and self-care programs can result in lasting changes in circulation and maximum independence.
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