Neuropathy Pain Relief by
Advanced Wellness and Rehab
How can our Neuropathy treatment program reduce your neuropathy pain?
Advanced Wellness and Rehab of Wichita uses a three-step treatment program to help recondition the nerves and calm the pain from neuropathy. Our comprehensive treatment uses breakthrough Anodyne infrared light therapy, Rebuilder Nerve therapy, and detoxification nutrition. By using these three therapies we help patients eliminate the need for medications like Lyrica and Gabapentin. We find that our patients can sustain lasting relief and in many cases restore normal nerve function and sensation.
No Medication, No Surgery & No Injections
- Red Light Therapy (LLLT)-Increase Nitric Oxide
- Rebuilder Therapy-Nerve Re-education
- Joint Mobilization Treatment-Joint Stabilization
- Vibration Balance – Restore Balance
Step 3 – Nutrition Therapy for:
- Blood Sugar Regulation
- Cardiovascular Detox
- Cellular Health
- Nitric Oxide Booster
Patient Benefits and Neuropathy Relief:
- Improve Blood Flow
- Promote Healthy Tissue
- Decrease Neuropathy Symptoms
- Improve Normal Sensations
Is there an effective treatment for neuropathy pain?
Historically, medical treatments have only included medication and does not consider all the factors. The recent advent of a more holistic approach integrates restorative therapies. This is good news for peripheral neuropathy suffers. New emerging therapies can provide relief without having to rely on medication or surgery, and if we can diagnose you early then we can control the condition and reverse the tissue damage.
Today, Rebuilder treatments are proven options to help alleviate neuropathy symptoms. Rebuilder therapy provides a sense of micro-vibrations that can be found pleasurable and even relaxing. These sensations stimulate the nerves and circulation to promote healing and rejuvenate damaged malnourished tissue.
Medical findings have also determined that as we age we build up toxins in our body that cause the deterioration of healthy tissue which, in turn, creates the nerve endings to spasm, hence the burning and throbbing sensations. Therefore, as a step in our treatment program, we work to reduce and extract these toxins from the extremities with detoxification supplements and diet modifications. We find that this “Detoxification Process” is a step that many physicians do not address.
Another interesting development of research concluded that the reduction in blood flow causes nerve and tissue damage. Advancements in light therapy have identified that the use of specific spectrums and frequencies can stimulate blood flow and tissue rejuvenation in the subdermal layers. This is very effective for patients that experience nerve damage as a side effect of chemotherapy and even diabetes.
This Neuropathy Program Can Work For You
Are you tired of managing the side effects of medication? Is your neuropathy medication becoming less effective? If so, our drug-free and non-surgical solution can provide you with relief and restore normal nerve response.
Our Neuropathy treatment programs are often more effective than drug therapy because the current medicine for neuropathy only masks the sensations and doesn’t effectively treat or recondition the nerves to restore normal function. Our breakthrough program helps to stimulate the nerves and improves blood flow which nourishes the tissue in your extremities – legs, feet, toes, hands, and fingers. The result is no more pins and needles and less pain.
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Additional Information about Peripheral Neuropathy
What is peripheral neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is a disorder of the peripheral nerves – the motor, sensory and autonomic nerves that connect the spinal cord to muscles, skin and internal organs. The condition usually affects the hands and feet, causing weakness, numbness, tingling, burning, and pain.
The disease adversely affects balance, making people with peripheral neuropathy 15 times more likely to fall than the general public. PN can take a variable course, coming and going slowly, progressing over the years or it can become severe and debilitating very quickly.
What causes peripheral neuropathy?
Neuropathy has many causes. The best-known cause is diabetes, though chemotherapy, alcohol, drugs (including certain prescription medications), environmental toxins, genetics, and trauma can also trigger the disease.