Peripheral Neuropathy


Whether it’s numbness, tingling, burning, prickling or sharp pain from nerve entrapment or diabetes.

Recent University and Medicare Reports Reveal Patients Who Suffer From Peripheral Neuropathy Can Have Balance Problems and Muscle Weakness Which Can Cause Increased Risk For FALLS Leading to INJURIES 7 FRACTURES…

If you’ve been diagnosed with neuropathy…or you’re experiencing sharp, burning or numbing pain (like “pins and needles”) in your feet and legs…you may have been told there’s “nothing you can do” and that there’s “no cure”. That may not be completely true. What’s more, if you don’t treat this condition properly and thoroughly, there are very risky consequences your doctor may not be aware of and have not told you about.

Peer Reviewed Studies

For example, a study put out by The Center for Locomotion Studies at Penn State University reveals patients suffering from neuropathy (or symptoms of it) increase their risk of falling by fifteen times. These falls are dangerous and can cause hip fractures, head injuries or worse.

The problem is says Richard M. Donnini, DO in Practical Pain Management…”healthcare professionals often overlook the neuropathic component of pain”. Or put another way, doctors may not do enough testing to get an accurate picture of what’s going on.

If the CAUSE of your severe nerve pain, numbness, burning, or prickling pain is not identified with accuracy and precision then no matter what treatment you choose, your chances for recovery are “pot luck” at best. Is the numbness and tingling coming from a spine problem or from diabetic neuropathy? Is your sciatica from a pinched nerve or herniated disc? Is the burning or prickling in your feet a circulation problem? Is your peripheral neuropathy coming from an entrapment? Is the swelling from peripheral vascular disease? These are all questions every patient faces… many of which have never been answered.

Different Causes To The Problem

The reason why is because there are over 100 types of neuropathy. And with that, countless causes of it. The common causes are due to diabetes, statin drugs and trauma to the spine (such as involving car accidents or severe, physical injuries). This accounts for most cases of neuropathy, but not all.

The Neuropathy Association estimate's twenty million Americans are impacted by neuropathy. And the National Diabetic Information Clearinghouse (NDIC) indicate 60-70% of diabetics suffer from some form of neuropathy.

The Knee Institute & Regenerative Medicine has developed a new comprehensive protocol for the treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy. The protocol is a drug free, surgery free approach. The positive results are significant.

You don’t have to live with burning, tingling, numbness and pain. For a free consultation call (248) 862-2551. One has nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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