Neuropathy in Las Vegas
Symptoms of Neuropathy:
- Loss of hot or cold sensation
- Pins and needles feeling in your feet
- Tingling or burning
- Loss of feeling
- Feet that are painful to touch
- Restless legs
- Feeling of ants crawling on your legs
- Difficulty sleeping because of foot pain
- Burning Pain
- Sharp Electric Pain
- Leg Cramps
- Numbness and Tingling in your feet
- Difficulty sleeping
- Pain while you walk
Is Medication the Answer for Neuropathy?
Medication can be very helpful for a number of things. The problem is that medication is not generally designed to correct the cause of the problem. Common sense will tell you that if your treatment is not designed to correct the true problem, you’re likely to have disappointing results. In some cases medication can actually cause new problems to develop in the body because of the many side effects. We know so much about the human body today. It’s time to move beyond treatments that mask your symptoms.
Is Neuropathy Stealing Your Happiness?
If you have neuropathy you understand how it can make you feel. Simple things like driving your car or taking a walk with a loved one can become painful and difficult tasks. When you start to lose the simple things in your life it can truly steal your happiness away. Many of the patients we meet are in a state of slight depression, because they are not able to do the things they love. If you’re in this position take action. This is a problem that you can begin to change today.
Excellent Results: FDA Cleared Neuropathy Treatment
Our new Peripheral Neuropathy treatments succeed because we attack the problem at its source. Our combination of breakthrough technology along with advanced treatments provides your body with everything it needs to heal the damaged nerves. The majority of patients notice an improvement in their symptoms within their first few treatments. Our combination of treatments helps to restore, stabilize, and rebuild the nerves in your extremities. In many cases the results also go beyond neuropathy and have been helpful for conditions such as chronic pain, arthritis, and MS.
When you’re deciding where you are going to go for treatment, it’s important to think about one thing. Is the treatment you’re receiving going to correct the cause of the problem, or is it designed to cover your symptoms? You see, a treatment that is designed to mask your symptoms will generally leave you disappointed in the end.