Have you been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy? Are you currently using an ineffective drug treatment and wondering if you can treat the problem naturally? Well call Arcadia Chiropractic Center
and let us help.
We use a state-of-the art FDA cleared low level infrared light therapy that is completely drug-free, non-invasive, and painless. We follow a clinically proven system that can provide pain relief and significantly reduce or eliminate severe neuropathy pain and inflammation. It is possible to have relief within a few treatments and many patients report being able to reduce or eliminate the use of neuropathy pain medications.
Relying on 10-15 years of scientific research, light therapy has been shown to stimulate the nerves that cause pain. We see that neuropathy patients have damage to the small vessels in their feet. This can lead to poor circulation and pain, consequently. Light Therapy Treatment allows water, oxygen and nutrients to be drawn back into the damaged cells.
When stimulated with infrared light energy, the cell begins to repair at a faster rate. Each treatment builds on the previous one and, if paired with a comprehensive treatment program, a difference can be felt in as little as 2-3 treatments.
Tired of doctors telling you that you have to live with Neuropathy? Are you concerned about the negative side effects of the drugs? Is the pain unbearable? Contact Neuropathy Treatment Center of Arcadia for your comprehensive Neuro-Foot Analysis.
The doctor will listen, really listen to you. We will communicate with you so you actually understand what is wrong. We treat patients like you every day so we know what you are going through. We will do an extensive evaluation to determine the type of Neuropathy you have so that you may obtain the relief you want and need.
Peripheral neuropathies are common, especially among people over the age of 55.
Neuropathy can be caused by environmental factors such as toxins, trauma, illness, or infection.
If you have diabetes and peripheral neuropathy, it's critical that you carefully control your blood sugar levels. High blood sugar levels over time damage the blood vessels and nerves in your legs and feet.
- If you smoke, stop. Smoking makes circulatory problems worse, and it worsens the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. It also greatly increases the risk of heart disease in people with diabetes. Talk to your doctor about ways to quit smoking. Often, people turn to counseling and drug therapy such as nicotine patches, gum, or other aides. Anti-depressants can also help reduce cravings and help control pain from neuropathy at the same time.
- Carefully limit alcohol. Alcohol can worsen peripheral neuropathy and make it hard to control your blood sugar levels.
- Traditional treatments such as anti-convulsant drugs (Neurontin, Gabapentin, Lyrica) and opiates (vicodin, hydrocodone, oxycontin) have little effect on the problem. These drugs are intended to treat the pain but the pain is not the cause. Hence when the drugs are stopped or taken for long periods the problem simply returns and can sometimes worsen.
- Some of our patients have even been told that they should have their nerves burned. Does this make sense to you?
- Physical Therapy works on the muscles and joints and can have a negative effect since the problem is not due to weak muscles or improperly moving joints, which still leaves the neuropathy problem.
- Chiropractic adjustments will help take the pressure of the nerves but are still not treating the actual nerves that are damaged.
For more information on neuropathy, or to schedule an appointment for treatment, call Arcadia Chiropractic Center at 626-447-4442.