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Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment

We now offer a non-invasive and effective solution for treating and managing symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy using Class 4 High Power Deep Tissue Laser along with red and infrared light and compression therapy. Peripheral Neuropathy refers to various conditions and symptoms caused by damage to the peripheral nerves outside of the spinal cord. The central nervous system (CNS), which comprises the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system (PNS), made up of nerves transmitting signals from the CNS, work together to transmit impulses to the arms, legs, joints, mouth, eyes, ears, nose, skin, and all other parts of the body outside of the CNS.

However, when there is damage to the peripheral nerves, it affects the transmission of signals between the brain and spinal cord to the muscles, skin, and other parts of the body, leading to Peripheral Neuropathy. This laser treatment, approved by the FDA, helps alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and aid in the repair of peripheral nerves and tissue regeneration. Research has shown it to be 90% effective in treating common symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy by increasing cellular metabolism and hastening the healing process.

Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy include numbness, burning, tingling, pain, and a possible loss of function in affected areas. Issues with peripheral sensory nerves can result in pain, tingling, burning, or numbness, while problems with peripheral motor nerves can lead to difficulties with walking, lifting, or moving the arms and legs. The most common form of Peripheral Neuropathy, Polyneuropathy (affecting multiple nerves at once), is often Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, causing limb pain, tingling, burning, numbness, and even phantom limb sensations.

The leading cause of Peripheral Neuropathy is Diabetes, with over 70% of diabetic patients experiencing symptoms. Other causes include chemotherapy, traumatic injury, exposure to toxins, and alcoholism. When a specific cause cannot be determined, it is referred to as "idiopathic Neuropathy."


Is our Neuropathy Treatment Painful?

Most patients report a soothing and relaxing sensation during their Neuropathy Treatment. The treatments are never painful or uncomfortable, and some patients even have the ability to take a peaceful nap.

How Many Treatments are Necessary for Improvement?

The number of treatments required for improvement will depend on the severity of your symptoms. A treatment plan will be recommended with the goal of getting you feeling better as quickly as possible. Your progress will be tracked during each visit, and modifications to your therapies will be made as needed to ensure you're moving in the right direction.

Can Laser Therapy be Combined with Other Physical Therapy Procedures?

Yes! If you are already undergoing procedures in our office, Laser Therapy will not interfere and may even enhance your current treatment.