How peripheral neuropathy can rob many of so much and be successfully treated without medications and last

June 06 19:06 2023

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects millions of Americans and can rob them of their ability to do things that most people take for granted. This debilitating chronic disorder is characterized by multiple symptoms, usually in the hands, feet, arms, and legs. It can cause pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks.

Imagine not being able to go fishing, tinker in the garage, dancing, ride that motorcycle you once rode or drive a car because you can’t feel the pedals or play with your grandkids. This is the reality for many people with peripheral neuropathy. It can be a frustrating and isolating experience, as the symptoms can make it difficult to participate in activities that were once enjoyable. 

Neuropathy is a debilitating disorder that can drastically reduce your overall quality of life. This can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks, such as walking, writing, and even holding objects.

But the consequences of neuropathy go beyond just physical discomfort. It can also increase your risk of falls, particularly in the elderly population. When you cannot feel your feet, your brain cannot accurately tell where you are stepping or not. This can lead to missteps, tripping, and ultimately, falls.

Falls can have serious consequences, especially for older adults. They can result in broken bones, head injuries, and other complications that can significantly impact your quality of life. Additionally, falls can lead to a loss of independence, as you may become afraid to perform certain activities for fear of falling again.

That’s why it’s essential to take neuropathy seriously and seek treatment as soon as possible, and by someone that is board certified in Neuropathy. By managing your symptoms and taking steps to reduce your risk of falls, you can improve your overall quality of life and maintain your quality of life. 

Don’t let this condition rob you of your ability to enjoy life. With the right treatment and support, it’s possible to heal from the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy and regain your independence. The constant pain, tingling, and numbness can make it difficult to do even the simplest tasks. But there is hope and you don’t have to just live with it and take medicine that’s not working, Dr. Getzik said. Dr. Stefan Getzik and the Washington Spine, Disc and Joint Center staff are here to help.

Unlike traditional medical treatments that only address the symptoms of neuropathy, Dr. Getzik and his team take a comprehensive approach to finding the root cause of the problem. By addressing the source of the neuropathy, they are able to achieve results that last longer than a pill and without the side effects. 

Fortunately, there is cutting-edge science available that can help alleviate the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. One such treatment option is laser medical therapy, which has been shown to improve circulation and promote healing in damaged nerves. By using specialized laser frequencies, we can stimulate blood flow to the affected areas and promote the growth of new nerve and stem cells.

Another effective treatment option is neuro simulation, which involves re-educating the nerves to function properly. This technique uses electrical impulses to stimulate the nerves and help them regain their normal function. By doing so, we can reduce pain and improve mobility in patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy.

Finally, improving overall health through dietary and supplementation is crucial in treating peripheral neuropathy. By providing the body with the nutrients it needs to function properly, we can support the healing process and reduce inflammation in the affected areas.

In conclusion, if you or someone you know is suffering from peripheral neuropathy, it is important to seek out a multifaceted treatment approach that addresses both nerve, oxygen and circulatory issues. With cutting-edge science and a comprehensive treatment plan, we can help alleviate the symptoms of this debilitating condition and improve quality of life.

At the Washington Spine, Disc and Joint Center, you’ll receive thorough and detailed work to get to the bottom of your neuropathy. Dr. Getzik and his team listen to your concerns and work with you.

Don’t suffer in silence any longer. Contact the Washington Spine, Disc and Joint Center today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards finding relief from your neuropathy. Find more information by calling 724-222-2074 or by visiting 

Dr. Stefan M. Getzik, DC, BCN is a Board Certified Doctor in Neuropathy and Chronic Intractable Pain from the American College of Physical Medicine and a Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic licensed in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. 

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