Neuropathy Treatment in Calgary
Want Fast Relief From Your Neuropathy Symptoms?
If you have numbness or tingling in your feet, read this. Ask yourself, “Have I ever been diagnosed with a condition called neuropathy? Do I suffer from Diabetes? Do I take a statin drug? Do I really WANT relief with my neuropathy symptoms?”
Peripheral neuropathy is a severe disorder of your nerves. Peripheral neuropathy usually begins with tingling, numbness, or prickling in your toes or fingers. This numbness may spread up to your hands or feet and feel like burning, freezing, throbbing and/or shooting pain that is often worse at night.
Your pain may come and go or it may be constant. We’ve found that some types of peripheral neuropathy begin suddenly and others can take years. We like to make people aware of their problems, so they can work with us to get rid of their peripheral neuropathy, not just cover up their symptoms.
Some of the major symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include:
- Loss of balance and coordination
- Burning sensation or freezing pain
- Muscle weakness
- Extremely sensitive to touch
- Sharp, jabbing pain
- Unusual sweating
- Feeling like you are wearing a glove or sock
- Abnormalities in blood pressure or pulse
- Difficulty sleeping due to pain in feet and legs
Your symptoms can vary depending on which nerves were damaged and how long you’ve had the problem.
Already Proven To Work!
I am a practicing doctor in Calgary and I’ve developed an exclusive neuropathy treatment system that is completely SAFE, has been proven to work, and is non-invasive. It’s based on ‘scientific principles’ that cause internal changes so your body heals. You’ll finally start to get some relief and it’s strictly administered along common-sense protocols by my staff and myself.
Let’s talk about the number #1 cause of peripheral neuropathy… Diabetes
If you have diabetes, you are at risk.
Diabetes is the number one cause of peripheral neuropathy. Approximately 60% of people who have Diabetes will contract some form of peripheral neuropathy, so if you have diabetes, you have a strong chance of having peripheral neuropathy.
Although the exact causes of diabetic neuropathy are unknown, several factors contribute to the disorder. For instance, diabetics suffer from having high levels of blood glucose that they have to ‘fight to control’. These high glucose levels cause chemical changes in their nerves which impairs their nerves’ ability to transmit signals.
These high glucose levels also have the potential to damage their blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients to their nerves. This is like a time bomb. Once their nerves are damaged, signals either STOP being sent through their body, or the incorrect signals are sent. Then they have symptoms. The damage has already started by the time they have symptoms.
Other Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy You Need To Know About
There are other situations that are known to cause peripheral neuropathy such as:
- Vitamin deficiency – especially B12 and Folates
- Alcohol abuse
- Toxins – prolonged exposure to toxins, such as heavy metals, gold compounds, lead, arsenic, mercury, and organophosphate pesticides
- Autoimmune diseases – this includes lupus, rheumatoid arthritis or Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Cancer therapy drugs and statin ( cholesterol lowering ) drugs
- Severe trauma or injury
- Hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Low Back Pain (Lumbar Nerve Radiculopathy)
And remember, sometimes the causes of neuropathy cannot be determined by physicians. Why? Because they do not do the tests we do. We do some special tests at our office that help us to determine whether you have a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy.
Can You Qualify?
I don’t know if you qualify, without examining you. Most people that come to the office admit they have a fear of failure, but surprisingly, instead of having their hopes smashed again, they get RELIEF. And all neuropathy patients go through a thorough screening to find out if they qualify. That way I know whether or not I can help you. If I do an evaluation and it does not appear that you will be a good candidate, you will NOT be accepted.
What Should You Do Next?
Helping people know the best treatment available for them is the best service I can provide. So CALL my office NOW at 403-291-0603! Don’t worry. You won’t have to make any radical changes in your lifestyle, have surgery, or take any harmful drugs. None of that. Your treatments will be private and you’ll consult with me personally for follow up and questions. Once you regain your health, you’ll have more energy, look good, and walk and feel normal again. You’re going to be excited by the results!!