Attention: Seniors Dealing With Chronic Nerve Pain

Learn How to Ease Numbness, Tingling, or Pain in Your Hands or Feet from Peripheral Neuropathy...

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What Are The Causes Of Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy occurs when the peripheral nerves that relay messages between the brain and spinal cord and the rest of the body become damaged. This condition can result from various causes, including:

1. Diabetes: High blood sugar levels can lead to nerve damage, making diabetes the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy.

2. Autoimmune Diseases: Conditions such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and Sjogren’s syndrome can cause inflammation and nerve damage.

3. Infections: Infections like Lyme disease, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and shingles can damage nerves.

4. Alcoholism: Chronic alcohol use can result in nutritional deficiencies that harm nerves.

5. Exposure to Toxins: Heavy metals like lead and mercury, as well as certain industrial chemicals, can be toxic to nerves.

6. Medications: Certain chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics, and other medications may cause nerve damage as a side effect.

7. Genetic Disorders: Inherited conditions like Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease can lead to progressive nerve damage.

8. Physical Trauma: Injuries from accidents, surgeries, or repetitive stress can directly damage nerves.

Peripheral neuropathy often causes symptoms such as pins and needles, a burning sensation, tingling, electric shocks, and painful cold sensations in the feet. However, there is hope and help available to overcome these symptoms. Take the next step by scheduling a 24-point sensory nerve exam with our doctors to start your journey toward relief.

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Are You Experiencing These Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms?

Do You Experience Any of These Nerve Pain Symptoms?

  • Pins & Needles Sensations
  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Burning Sensations
  • Painfully Cold Feet
  • Electrical Shocks
  • Balance Issues
  • Diabetic Nerve Pain
  • Super Sensitive to Touch
  • Discomfort When Walking
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How We Can Help

Our Peripheral Neuropathy Treatments have achieved success in many of our patients where other treatments or facilities have failed.

Before Treatment

  • Experiencing numbness, tingling, and pain
  • Struggling to walk due to pain and numbness
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Masking the symptoms with medication
  • Experiencing frustration, anxiety, or depression

After Treatment

  • Significantly reduce your pain up to 90%
  • Reclaim your life and enjoy walking again
  • Fall asleep quickly and wake up refreshed
  • Decrease medication reliance significantly
  • Rediscover joy and a better outlook on life

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Our Peripheral Neuropathy Treatments restore, stabilize, and rebuild the nerves in your extremities. Feel the results within your first few visits!

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Discover How Our 24-Point Sensory Nerve Exam Can Help Find the Root Cause of Your Pain Giving You A Complete Roadmap to Healing!

We utilize a comprehensive 24-Point Sensory Nerve Exam, blending advanced medical technologies and treatment protocols for fast and lasting pain relief. 

Our program aims to address the root cause of peripheral neuropathy, quickly alleviating your symptoms, and often, reversing the condition.

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Peripheral neuropathy refers to a condition characterized by damage or dysfunction of the peripheral nerves, which are responsible for transmitting signals between the body and the brain and spinal cord. This condition often leads to symptoms such as numbness, tingling, weakness, and pain in the affected areas, typically in the hands and feet. Peripheral neuropathy can have various causes, including diabetes, trauma, infections, autoimmune diseases, hereditary factors, toxins, and nutritional deficiencies. Treatment aims to manage symptoms, address the underlying cause when possible, and prevent further nerve damage.

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Peripheral neuropathy can have various causes, including:

1. Diabetes: High blood sugar levels can damage nerves over time, leading to neuropathy.
2. Trauma or injury: Physical trauma, such as accidents or sports injuries, can damage nerves and cause neuropathy.
3. Infections: Certain viral or bacterial infections, such as shingles, HIV/AIDS, Lyme disease, or hepatitis C, can damage nerves and lead to neuropathy.
4. Autoimmune diseases: Conditions like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or Guillain-Barré syndrome can cause the immune system to attack nerves, resulting in neuropathy.
5. Hereditary factors: Some forms of neuropathy are inherited and can run in families.
6. Toxins and substances: Exposure to certain chemicals, medications (such as chemotherapy drugs), alcohol abuse, or heavy metal poisoning can damage nerves and lead to neuropathy.
7. Nutritional deficiencies: Lack of essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin B12, can cause neuropathy.
8. Other medical conditions: Conditions like kidney disease, liver disease, hypothyroidism, and certain cancers can also cause peripheral neuropathy as a secondary effect.

Identifying and addressing the underlying cause is crucial for managing peripheral neuropathy effectively.


In some cases, peripheral neuropathy can be reversed, especially if the underlying cause is identified and treated promptly. However, the extent of reversibility depends on various factors such as the cause of neuropathy, the duration and severity of symptoms, and individual response to treatment. Early intervention and targeted therapies can significantly improve nerve function and alleviate symptoms, leading to partial or complete reversal of peripheral neuropathy in certain instances. It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and personalized treatment.


Depending on the severity and commitment of each patient, we generally see an improvement in symptoms ranging from 30% to 85% when they join our program.

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