Numbness? Unexplained Aches and Pains? Burning, Itching or Prickly Sensations? You May Be Experiencing Neuropathy…
Are you suffering from numbness in your extremities? Maybe you are experiencing a burning or tingling sensation in your arms, legs, feet or hands? Does your balance feel like it’s a bit off or maybe you’re losing your balance frequently with no explanation?
If any of these sound familiar, you may be experiencing neuropathy. Simply put, Neuropathy is a dysfunction of one or more of the 43 pairs of motor and sensory nerves that connect the brain and the spinal cord to the rest of the body. This dysfunction is commonly referred to as peripheral neuropathy and is something that affects over 20 million American’s each year.
Because neuropathy can be quite painful, people who are suffering from it must see a physician as soon as possible to get an accurate diagnosis and therapy so that the problem does not get worse. Neuropathy is not experienced in the same manner by everyone. Symptoms can differ from person to person in terms of where they reside and how bad they are. Please do not hesitate to contact our office for a consultation if you or someone you know is currently suffering or has suffered from any of the following:
- Numbness or loss of sensation
- Generalized pain with no explanation
- Burning pain
- Stabbing pain
- Prickling sensation or pain
- Muscle exhaustion or weakness (could be followed by twitching or some cramping)
- Unexplained skin sensitivity
- Loss of sensation in some part of the body
- Loss of balance
- Do you take Lyrica or Gabapentin?
If the above symptoms are left untreated or unchecked they could progress in to more serious issues that cannot be stopped or reversed, such as muscle deterioration or an inability to walk.
At Family Tree Complete Care, we are very proud to offer a non-surgical and FDA cleared treatment for neuropathy. With these treatments, we have successfully helped thousands in reducing or eliminating their pain and have even helped some regain their balance and coordination. Our treatments are non-invasive and completely painless. Our doctor and his staff can help heal your nerves and possible damage they have experienced by increasing your blood flow, activating and stimulating the small, tiny nerves and nerve fibers thus decreasing pain in your body.
If you know that you are suffering from neuropathy or if you are experiencing any of the above and would like a consultation with our doctor to find out if this treatment is right for you, please do not hesitate to contact us directly by calling: (405) 586-0993.
*Discounts are not applicable with Medicare and other federal insurance plans. Insurance rules apply.