New Innovative & Exclusive
Stop The Pain!
Do You Suffer From:
Pain When Walking
Sharp Electrical Like Pain
Prickling or Tingling Feet or Hands
Difficulty Sleeping From Leg & Foot Discomfort
Loss of Balance & Coordination
Extreme Sensitivity To Touch
Peripheral Neuropathy is a disorder of the peripheral nerves – the motor, sensory and autonomic nerves that connect the spinal cord to the muscles, skin and internal organs. It usually affects the hands and feet, causing weakness, numbness, tingling and pain. Peripheral Neuropathy can slowly progress over many years, or it can be severe and debilitating.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy
Neuropathy has many different causes. The most common metabolic cause that is seen in a physician office is patients with diabetes. Nearly 60% of all patients with diabetes develop neuropathy. As if the pain, numbness, swelling, burning, tingling, sleepless nights, balance issues along with all the other symptoms is not bad enough, approximately 86,000 Americans each year undergo amputation as a result of uncontrolled neuropathy. Other causes include chemotherapy, drugs/alcoholism and toxins.
Electroanalgesia has been successfully used and documented by physicians for a wide variety of problems. Long term advantages of this treatment regimen include:
Dramatic cost savings in both treatment & subsequent medications.
Allowing the patient to perform activities of daily living.
Avoiding interventions/surgery when alternatives have been exhausted.
Although Electroanalgesia may seem like a new technology to many practitioners, it is actually one of the oldest and most documented medical sciences known. Cellular function has long been known and accepted to be influenced by specific bioelectric fields. The science of clinical electromedicine is based upon the concept that any medical treatment, regardless of the specialty or avenue of approach, can only stimulate, facilitate, or inhibit electrical or chemical processes in the body.
Neuron Function Imitation (stimulate)
Neuron Function Exhaustion (facilitate)
Neuron Function Interruption (inhibit)