Struggling With Neuropathy in Plantation?

Neuropathy is defined as a group of disorders that begins due to damage of the peripheral nervous system. Generally, neuropathy creates pain, numbness and tingling in the extremities (hands and feet). 

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Imagine for a minute that you have a plant and you see that your plant is wilting. What might you do to get the plant healthy again? Well maybe you might think it needs something such as water, maybe more sunshine or maybe even some nutrients like fertilizer. These are things to think about when we see a wilting plant. If adding things doesn't work well maybe the plant has bugs on it or maybe it's planted in some bad or toxic soil that might be causing it to be unhealthy.

Peripheral Neuropathy in Plantation

The same principles apply to your body and your health, especially when it comes to neuropathy. We have to give your body everything it needs in order to work properly. We are a living organism just like a plant and we have certain requirements that we need and if we don't get them then we start to have dysfunction and eventually dis-ease. If the nerves to your arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet or toes are not getting nutrients and growth factors from the blood then just like a plant without water to the roots, the nerves will begin to die and this then leads to the main type of peripheral neuropathy.

If a plant is wilting what would you do? Well, you give it water, sunlight and nutrients...that's exactly what we're trying to do with your nerves. We're trying to get new blood vessels and more blood to nourish the nerve back to health.

Let's dig into what that means. Neuropathy is a condition that requires a multi pronged approach to treat the affected areas. We found that a nine part therapy regimen that we've developed really works for treating neuropathy and each part is just as important as the others.

Peripheral Neuropathy Relief in Plantation FL

Neuropathy Treatment Options

We found that we really need to take a comprehensive approach to treat neuropathy. It can't be done with just simply a medication or an injection because there are so many factors that contribute to peripheral neuropathy. We take a holistic approach to treat it.

Some of the things that we do to treat neuropathy include light therapy which stimulates angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation), electrotherapy which is going to repair, rebuild, regenerate and reeducate the nerves, our metabolic management programs for blood sugar monitoring and also working on your balance, and tending to joint, nerve and muscle health in a variety of other natural ways.

All of these elements come together in our comprehensive neuropathy treatment program. When we evaluate patients in our clinic we put together a tailored program that's just for them. We determine how many clinic visits they might need and what any at-home care protocols might look like to get them better.

If it helps fix the underlying causes of neuropathy, it's in our neuropathy treatment program.