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Covering the nerve is the myelin sheath, which insulates the nerves and allows the nerves to properly conduct electrical impulses. With Neuropathy, the myelin sheath start to become damaged as tiny blood vessels that nourish the myelin sheath starts to constrict causing decrease in blood flow and nutrients. As the myelin sheath becomes damaged, the nerve fibers within also become damaged. Unless this issue is addressed, the progression of Neuropathy will continue and spread.
Our comprehensive C2 Neuropathy program has a 97% success rate of reducing pain naturally without medication or surgery and restoring the quality of life for patients that are eligible for the program. It works by increasing the body's ability to bring nutrients back to the damaged blood vessels and nerves, allowing the body to do what it does naturally-which is heal and be healthy!
Think of it this way: If your plant is wilting, what would you do to help it become healthy again?
You may give it water, or place it where it can get more sunshine or maybe add fertilizer. If these things do not work, it may be that it has an insect or fungus infestation, or maybe is planted in toxic soil or needs a larger pot to be transferred into. As long as the plant isn't too damaged or dead, if you give the plant what it needs, it will be able to come back to life.
Your body and your health works on these same principles. If the damage isn't too great and we provide it what it needs, your nerves will come back to health.
Every patient is different.
If you are an eligible candidate for our program, our Doctors will draft a specific protocol based on your severity and condition of your Neuropathy that may include Angiogenesis Therapy, Nerve Electrotherapy, metabolic management, High Intensity Laser Therapy, Chiropractic care, and other therapies to increase joint, nerve and muscle health as required.
If you've been told that there's "No cure for Neuropathy" or that there's "Nothing you can do about it", you're not the only one! Outside of our program that statement is true because Neuropathy medications are intended to only block the pain and does nothing to slow progression or heal the damage of the disease. Regular exercise or physical therapy can help muscle and joint health, but not damaged nerve health. Unless the nerve damage is not addressed Neuropathy will continue to get worse. This difference in our program of treating the actual issue is the reason why we have such a high success rate of recovery!
Don't wait until it's too late!
Call us to see if you qualify for our comprehensive C2 Neuropathy Program to treat Neuropathy naturally without surgery or medication today.
What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is disease, dysfunction or damage of your nerves that most often starts either at the spinal level or with the nerves furthest in your body (feet) and/or your hands as it progresses to nerves closer to your body. Symptoms can include "pins and needles" sensation, "walking on glass/marbles", sharp/aching/dull pain, "electrical shock" sensation, burning, tingling, numbness, over sensitivity, cramping, weakness and it can also affect your balance, slow your reflexes and cause coordination issues. Although many people associate Neuropathy with people that are mid-aged to elderly, it has occurred in young adults.
Although there are different types of neuropathy, many patients we see deal with two main types.
1. Large Fiber Mono-Neuropathy which begins at the spinal level and radiates down the arm or leg. This type is often caused by physical trauma like car accidents, falls and injuries. It also happens from a change in the spine which leads to skeletal, muscle and ligament imbalance, vertebral changes, bulging or herniated discs, and overall stress and disfunction on the body which can be caused from repetitive stress from work, poor posture, poor diet, lack of exercise and high sugar intake. Numbness or tingling down the arm and into hands or fingers may be caused from an issue stemming in the cervical spine. Symptoms such as pain, numbness, burning sensation, and loss of muscle control in the leg and feet can also cause function issues like "drop foot".
2. Peripheral Neuropathy affects an estimated over 46.5 million people in the U.S. alone. Although diabetes is the number one cause in the U.S., there are over 140 known causes of non-diabetic neuropathy including alcoholism, chemotherapy, trauma, and autoimmune diseases. Peripheral Neuropathy starts at the furthest parts of your nervous system like your feet and/or hands and progresses closer to your body.
Stages of Peripheral Neuropathy
*Please note that although this may be a common stage for pain for Neuropathy patients, pain is a poor indicator of health as not everyone experiences intense pain or has pain every day even at advanced stages and can still have significant nerve function loss.
Stage 1: Pain and Numbness
Patients start noticing that something is "off" or not normal in their hands and/or feet. The pain and/or numbness may "come and go" and they may start to notice problems with their reflex or balance. Patients at this stage may not always take action immediately at this stage because they are able to still perform most of their daily tasks normally/almost normally as they would. However, this is the stage that is the most successful to treat.
Stage 2: Constant Pain
Pain is more constant and daily tasks are starting to become more affect. Patients usually seek medical attention at this stage if they have not done so yet. For some people, they may get to Stage 2 after years of starting Neuropathy, for others it may escalate in a very short amount of time. Pain management medications that relieve pain but do not affect/heal the progression of Neuropathy such as Cymbalta, Lyrica, or Gabapentin are commonly prescribed at this stage. Neuropathy medications do not stop or slow down the progression of the disease.
Stage 3: Intense Pain
Pain at this stage is not only constant, but it is usually also at a high level. Standing and walking for more than a few hours may become difficult to do. Sensations like walking barefoot on sand at the beach may cause hyper sensitivity or discomfort. Daily tasks are difficult to do, and may even lose the ability to drive themselves. Medication dosages are often increased or maximized, and many patients at this point have been changing prescription medications in order to deal with the pain. Along with pain of the neuropathy, they typically experience many negative side effects especially as medication dosage continues to increase.
Stage 4: Complete Numbness or Loss of Sensation
Patients begin to lose all sensation in feet and/or hands. They may experience slow healing wounds or constant open sores/skin ulcers as the blood vessels and nerves are too damaged to properly function. Many people at this stage are unable to work or do daily tasks and may be on disability. Risk of amputation of toes, feet, and leg becomes higher as medication dosage and options run out.
If you are experiencing any of the warning signs of Neuropathy and have symptoms in your hands and feet, take action immediately. Neuropathy is a progressive, debilitating disease that can lead to chronic pain, loss of function, permanent disability and possibly amputation.