Do you suffer from numbness or tingling pain in your legs and feet?  Do you sometimes lose your balance?

If so, you might be experiencing the effects of peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral Neuropathy earned its name because it affects the peripheral portions of your body (your hands and feet) caused by having nerve damage in those areas. This peripheral nerve damage affects nearly 8 million people in the U.S., according to Science Daily.

You may experience neuropathy if you have suffered a physical trauma, such as been in a car accident, or have had a repetitive injury, or exposure to certain drugs.  Neuropathy is most commonly found in people who have diabetes, so testing for neuropathy is a routine part of diabetes care, according to the experts.

While the medical community states that drugs exist for the treatment of symptoms – such as pain relievers – prescriptions do not exist for the condition itself, which can be caused by several different medical conditions (and even some treatments, such as chemotherapy).

New research being done

Today research is being conducted to develop drug therapies for the treatment of neuropathy at the MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, which is an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institute. This institution is focused on increasing healthy lifespan and harnessing our natural ability to repair and regenerate tissues damaged by injury or disease.

Scientists have reported that peripheral neuropathies stem from multiple causes, but the research at MDI indicates that there may potentially be a common underlying mechanism for some neuropathies affecting the sensory nervous system that could be manipulated with drugs targeting a single enzyme.

MDI’s research may open the door to the development of therapeutic agents that can reverse nerve damage linked to chemotherapy, and possibly diabetes and other conditions.

Safe and Natural Steps To Treat Peripheral Neuropathy!

At our office in Port Charlotte, we have developed a unique, proprietary medical set of procedures to help remove the damaging and debilitating effects of neuropathy. We use a combination of proven, safe and effective neuropathy treatment modalities that help get rid of the numbness, tingling and pain that are associated with neuropathy. Thousands of patients have had their life dramatically improved by using our simple yet effective peripheral neuropathy treatment program. Patients from all walks of life are now able to dance with their grandchildren at graduation, play golf again, travel without the need of assistance, and live a normal life once again. If you are suffering from numbness and tingling in your legs and feet, it is time to make an appointment at Pivotal Health Physical Medicine. Come see us to improve your balance, have energy for your work and hobbies, and get a good night’s sleep.

At Pivotal Health Physical Medicine doctors will use a combination of proven and safe neuropathy treatment modalities to ease your discomfort.  Call 941-697-3001 today.