You may be experiencing symptoms of SCIATICA
Sciatica will affect up to 50% of people at some point in their life. It is often the result of the aging process, STENOSIS, disc bulges/herniations or trauma to the spine which can cause the soft tissue and bones in the spine to harden or grow excessively. These changes may inflame muscles, narrow and put pressure on the spinal nerve roots causing symptoms described above. Sciatica is seen in any age group but most often greatly affects adults older than age 50. Other causes include Piriformis syndrome.
Prolonged pain without treatment could even lead to NEUROPATHY.
We utilize a completely NEW TREATMENT PROTOCOL that may eliminate most if not all your pain and symptoms. It’s safe, FDA approved and highly effective for most people. If you have had or want to avoid surgery, drugs or injections or have tried other therapies with little or no relief then Call NOW to schedule a FREE consultation with one of our doctors to see if you are a candidate for this procedure.
Our protocol is evidence based and researched backed, in reducing neuropathy by up to 90% in many cases. Some causes of neuropathy are due to, Diabetes, Restless legs, drug induced neuropathy, Stenosis, chemotherapy, and Idiopathic neuropathy.
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects nearly 20 million Americans. It usually begins in the feet and lower legs, but over time can advance into the hands and fingers. Until now the only treatment has been pain medications that are now becoming part of the opioid crisis, and in many cases simply do not help.
We have utilized a completely NEW TREATMENT protocol, that targets the root causes of neuropathy. Our procedures are safe and effective for all. Call NOW to schedule your free evaluation and consultation. See how we have revolutionized neuropathy treatment today.
Neuropathy is a medical condition caused by damaged nerve cells and often associated with autoimmune diseases, infections, diabetes, tumors, or hereditary conditions. Peripheral neuropathy currently affects over 20 million people in the United States with symptoms ranging from tingling or burning pain and nausea to muscle spasms, difficulty moving your arms or legs, or atrophy.
While neuropathy can be severe, the most common forms of neuropathy include diabetic neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sciatica which are actually quite prevalent in adult populations. The symptoms of neuropathy greatly depend on the type of nerves that are damaged, ranging from autonomic nerves, motor nerves, and sensory nerves.
Neuropathy Affecting Autonomic Nerves
Autonomic nerves control involuntary and semi-voluntary bodily functions such as bladder functions, blood pressure, heart rate, and perspiration. When autonomic nerves are affected by peripheral neuropathy, symptoms include:
- Excessive sweating
- Loss of bladder or bowel functions
- Irregular heartbeat
- Nausea or vomiting
Neuropathy Affecting Motor Nerves
Motor nerves are responsible for communicating with the brain to control muscles and movement. If peripheral neuropathy affects the motor nerves, symptoms can include:
- Atrophy or muscle weakness
- Decreased reflexes
- Uncontrolled twitching or muscle spasms
Neuropathy Affecting Sensory Nerves
Sensory nerves are responsible for sending messages from the rest of the body to the brain to trigger the senses. When peripheral neuropathy affects the sensory nerves, symptoms include:
- Decreased sensation
- Tingling or numbness in the affected area
- Inability to feel changes in temperature
- Sensitivity to touch
Depending on the severity of your pain and symptoms, treatment for neuropathy is often adjusted to first treat the associating condition that is causing the pain. To manage nerve pain and these underlying conditions, we utilize a combination of natural therapeutic treatments such as acupuncture, corrective care, and nerve regeneration to greatly reduce the severity of your discomfort.
For more information on neuropathy or nerve pain or to request an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us today at (772) 466-5600.