What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy is damage to or disease affecting nerves, which may impair sensation, movement, gland or organ function, or other aspects of health, depending on the type of nerve affected.
Do you suffer from having a pins and needles sensation constantly in your feet, numbness, balance issues, or just feeling tingles in your feet? Millions of Americans suffer from a condition known as peripheral neuropathy and The Health Spot HAS THE SOLUTION FOR YOU!
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
There are MANY causes of neuropathy. Generally patients experience a combination of several chronic conditions that cause the neuropathy to manifest in the body. Some of the common causes we see here at the Health Spot are type 2 diabetics, pre-diabetics, chronic inflammation, hormonal imbalances, auto immune disorders, adrenal gland dysfunction, statin medications, stress, and poor diet. Wait so you are telling me that poor diet and stress can ultimately cause neuropathy? YES IT CAN! But not to worry! Here at the Health Spot, we have a full encompassing medical staff that tailor a treatment protocol to individual patients that meets their needs and treats their medical conditions.
Commitment to Solutions
The Health Spot medical professionals go to great lengths to provide the best medical care possible for our patients. We take great pride in the thousands of patients we have helped over the past 10 years and maintain a high level of commitment towards patient success and healing. Despite our restless efforts and technological advantages, patients still need to know that they must be responsible for their own health in order to achieve their desired results. Neuropathy patients must understand that if they want to reduce the severity of this condition, it will require a committed effort on their part. When the Health Spot Neuropathy Program has committed patients that are willing to follow treatment protocol, make necessary lifestyle changes, and invest their time, we promise patient success and satisfaction.
How Does The Health Spot Neuropathy Program Work?
First and foremost we want to give patients a chance to come to our treatment facility and speak with our doctors and staff. We want to SHOW you what we can do here and answer your questions in person without you as a patient needing to worry about insurance or billing.
NERVE CONDUCTION STUDY
If you and our medical doctors decide this program is right for you, the first appointment we will schedule is a nerve conduction study (NCS). Conducting a NCS is required by many insurance companies for treatment, it also serves The Health Spot as a tool to observe how well you respond to treatment. When you have completed our treatment protocol, we will conduct a final NCS to determine how much you have improved!
The Health Spot Neuropathy Program is a 2 part program. First is Nerve Regeneration Treatment. This a combination of 3 types of treatment modalities that promote dilation of the blood vessels, increase blood flow, circulation, and oxygenation. This part of our treatment protocol promotes nerve regeneration and heals what has already been damaged by neuropathy. However, if the conditions in the body that are causing the neuropathy remain, the nerve regeneration treatment will inevitably need to be repeated to heal what the neuropathy will ultimately damage.
That is why the second part of the Health Spot Neuropathy Program is to treat the CAUSE of the neuropathy. As much as we enjoy the company of our patients, we don't want to see you in our office again after we have provided treatment for you. We want you to leave our facility free from the discomforts and causes of peripheral neuropathy! So how does this work? The Health Spot is a family practice that is centered around a very unique, advanced, and critical medical technology called Electrodermal Analysis (EDA) Testing. The electrodermal analysis equipment are FDA Class II devices that help to identify core issues in the body instead of looking at just the symptoms. Our EDA technicians works side by side with our medical doctors and other professional medical staff to help patients find the underlying cause of their medical concerns, including neuropathy, and assign a medical treatment protocol that will ultimately heal the patient. We often work with primary healthcare providers to ensure we are doing everything we can to help patients achieve the best results.