Report about Peripheral Neuropathy
Dealing with peripheral neuropathy can be frustrating, and it may seem to be permanent when considering that thousands of people are still suffering from this condition. However, if you have requested this report, you are interested in learning more about this condition because you, a family member, or loved one is probably still suffering from nerve pain, and you are looking for answers.
The information shared in this report is intended to inform you of the solutions available to relieve pain caused by peripheral neuropathy. By providing you with the right information, we are giving you the answers necessary for free in order to prepare you to make the right decision when managing peripheral neuropathy.
We realize that you have probably tried many different treatments that were not successful, and you may even be skeptical about our treatment, but after reading this report, you will understand what makes our methods different from all those other treatments.
Peripheral neuropathy patients typically suffer from one or more of these conditions.
- Pain and/or burning in feet and hands
- Sensation of pins and needles in body
- Grip issues (dropping things unexpectedly)
- Loss of hand function
- Pain when walking any distance
- Loss of balance and coordination
The doctors at Revive Life Treatment Center of South Jersey have treated hundreds of patients with these symptoms, plus more, which you are most likely still experiencing. Patients who have consulted with specialists and tried other treatments, yet have found no relief, have left our office more than excited to find a solution that finally works.
What are the goals of treatment?
Goal #1: Nerve Inflammation Reduction
Peripheral neuropathy, in many cases, is the result of inflamed nerve endings. When a person has inflamed nerves, limb function decreases, and the person is left feeling an enormous amount of pain, tingling, numbness, and burning in certain areas. The amount of symptoms depends on the area and nerve that is inflamed.
The most common example of nerve inflammation is Sciatica. The sciatic nerve begins in the lower back, reaches down the leg, and ends in the foot. Once it is inflamed a person will feel sharp pain in the lower back and legs. This condition typically happens when a person is injured or has failed back surgery syndrome.
When a nerve is inflamed, it will affect the tissues surrounding the nerve, causing them to become inflamed. When peripheral neuropathy is treated properly, reducing inflammation around the nerve and in the affected area will be the primary objective for reducing pain.
Goal #2: Cellular Nutrition
Cellular Nutrition is our way of helping the body recover on its own. When peripheral neuropathy occurs, the cells in the body become weak and lose the ability to self-heal because they are tired and worn out. Basically, the mitochondria and ATP in the cells are not being produced enough to fight off the nerve damage, which causes the person to feel lethargic.
In order to overcome peripheral neuropathy, a person will need to have good cell nutrition and productivity. Unfortunately, no medication is available to regenerate cells, and medication will eventually become ineffective if treatment for neuropathy is not pursued first. The idea in goal two is to accomplish an ideal level of cellular health by stimulating the internal production of energy to expedite the natural healing process in the body, which will, ultimately, defend against neuropathy symptoms.
Goal #3: Decreasing Oxidative Damage
Oxidative Damage occurs when the body produces more “free radicals” than necessary to repair cells. Free radicals are molecules that damage other molecules within our cells to stimulate cell repair. Although free radicals are normal in the body, when too many are produced, the natural repair process is overwhelmed and causes more damage than repair. This is oxidative damage.
In this goal, our main objective is to decrease the amount of oxidative damage to allow the nerves and other cells the opportunity to repair from the damage. Decreasing oxidative damage can be accomplished by increasing antioxidants in your diet and avoiding exposure to unnecessary oxidation. In essence, by establishing a healthy diet that is rich with antioxidants and avoidant of sugar and processed foods, you will be creating the foundation for decreasing oxidative damage and building an environment fit for repairing cells and nerves.
Goal #4: Nerve Rebooting
Peripheral nerves send signals from the brain and spinal cord to the body, and when peripheral neuropathy occurs the nerves and the protective fibers of the nerves are damaged, which affects the transmission of the signals being sent. Nerve rebooting is, essentially, resyncing the nerves in the body with the brain and spinal cord to correct the malfunction of signals that occur as a result of this condition. Rebooting the nerves will also improve a patient’s’ balance and coordination, which is highly affected by peripheral neuropathy, and communication between the brain and nerves are then restored to allow the body proper functionality.
We understand that a patient’s main objective to find relief from pain, burning, and the pins-and-needles feeling that accompanies peripheral neuropathy like an unwanted guest, but without rebooting the system, patients remain at a very high risk of falling and causing more damage. In fact, some falls may be fatal to elderly patients. Nerve rebooting is the final step in recovering from peripheral neuropathy, as it is restoring and improving communication between the brain and the nerves to help the patient return to living normally by regaining balance and coordination.
Why are falls so devastating for those with Peripheral Neuropathy?
The body is very sensitive because of the nerve damage, which also makes bones more fragile and bruises easier to obtain. When a person with peripheral neuropathy falls, most conditions will actually worsen. For instance, a fall can cause a fractured or dislocated hip, broken bones, or a fatal blow to the head. Unexpectedly, according to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), one of the most common way to die after 65 years old is not Cancer or Heart Disease but falling down. In fact, over a million people annually are treated for head injuries from falls linked to common objects found in and around homes.
What does this mean for you?
What this means for you is that a solution is available that does not focus on prescribing medications or performing surgery to improve the pain, numbness, and burning that you experience on a daily basis. By requesting this report, you are actually taking the first step to finding a solution to pain and suffering from this condition. Hopefully, you have learned that our focus in treating peripheral neuropathy is more than providing a solution for the moment, but we look at the long-term solution. You have now put yourself in a position to be prepared to undergo treatment because you now have more information than most. More importantly, you now are in control of your solution. Successfully treating peripheral neuropathy is 100 percent attributed to the willingness of the patient, their dedication to complete the treatment, and their commitment to their health.
The next steps depend on you. Do you want to continue filling the prescription for pills to feel better only for a few hours only to endure the terrible side effects of those medications? Or do you want to feel better for days, weeks, months, even years? Do you want to mask your symptoms, or do you want to fix them? Eliminating peripheral neuropathy is not going to occur on its own. However, if you are reading this report, you have already begun the treatment by equipping yourself with the informational ammunition necessary to proceed with seeking treatment. Now that you are prepared, the time to schedule an appointment for a consultation is now. Lastly, if there is any piece of advice that will stick, it should be this: The longer you wait, the worse your symptoms will become.
Call now! (856) 475-8080 Schedule an appointment for a consultation by calling or filling out our contact form. From all of us at Revive Life Treatment Center of South Jersey, we want you to know that we can help you, and fighting peripheral neuropathy does not have to be a losing battle. Instead of accepting defeat, give yourself a chance to live again, feel free of pain, and move without fear or discomfort. Call Revive Life Treatment Center of South Jersey in Marlton at (856) 475-8080. We look forward to seeing you.