In Association with Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America, ChiroCenter is pleased to announce a BRAND NEW APPROACH to the Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy.
New Understandings in the Field of Peripheral Neuropathy are now Providing New Hope for those who suffer with the Agony and Misery of this Disease.
New Hope For Neuropathy!
If you’re someone who deals with the misery and agony of peripheral neuropathy; the ongoing soreness, numbness, burning, stinging, tingling, tightness, pain and distress of this very aggravating condition; the feeling of walking on pins and needles or ground up glass, or have the sensations of little bugs crawling all over you when none are actually there, or are a family member of someone who does, this report may be one of the most worthwhile reports you’ve ever read.
There is some NEW AND VERY EXCITING NEWS IN THE FIELD OF NEUROPATHY TREATMENT that may very well provide you with the help of which you’ve been searching for so long!
In this article, I’ll be sharing with you the latest advancements in neuropathy understanding; what they are, the kinds and causes, as well as how the various symptoms affect people differently. Then, I’m going to reveal to you a new and exciting neuropathy treatment approach that has been developed in just the past year.
You may be wondering, “Why does my doctor not know of this?” It’s very simple. At the time of this writing, there are fewer than 150 health care offices of any kind throughout the entire nation utilizing this program. Coming out of Arizona in 2009 (where there are lots ofpeople with neuropathy) it’s so new that unless you were connected with the researchers and developers as I’ve been, then you’re a doctor that doesn’t even know this program exists.
Peripheral Neuropathy – What Is It?
Peripheral neuropathy is a disease afflicting 20 million people in the United States. That’s about 1 out of every 17! Most are over the age of 45, at a time when they should be enjoying their lives the most. When looking at the name, Peripheral means “that which is at or near the perimeter.” Neuro means “nerve” and opathy means “pathology or sickness.”
So as the name implies, in speaking about peripheral neuropathy (often just called neuropathy) we are referring to distressed, damaged, sick and/or dying nerves that are located in the outer aspects of the body and which are usually close to the skins surface.
Three Primary Kinds of Neuropathy
There are three primary kinds of neuropathy. They include Motor Neuropathy, Autonomic Neuropathy and Sensory Neuropathy. Understandings in the fields of motor and autonomic neuropathy have not yet brought forth many answers for people who deal with these kinds of neuropathy. Motor and Autonomic Neuropathy are most frequently viewed as permanent problems associated with partial or full paralysis of nerves or muscles. It is for that reason we will focus this report on Sensory Neuropathy – the kind that most people deal with.