Neuropathy is nerve pain, it can create feelings of numbness, tingling, or weakness derived from nerve damage. It is frequently felt in hands and feet and there are many contributing factors for this condition, between we could mention injury, infection, illness or conditions like diabetes which has become a leading cause for neuropathy.
At Holistic Pain Care Clinic, we offer a treatment that can reduce pain and discomforts for any type of peripheral neuropathy without drug or surgery, but let’s better understand diabetic neuropathy.
Defining Diabetic Neuropathy
When suffering diabetes, high sugar levels are frequent, this high glucose levels over time increase the possibility of having nerve injury. Diabetic neuropathy is commonly located in legs and feet, depending on the severity of your diabetic symptoms. Nerve damage could debilitate you and make a more difficult patient lifestyle.
50% of the diabetes population suffers a type of neuropathy according to a study of MayoClinic. This type of neuropathy can’t be cured but is preventable to get worse over time, prevention comprehends a consistent healthy lifestyle and high glucose level management.
A patient may have symptoms for one or several neuropathy types, and most of these types may evolve gradually and this is why most patients do not notice until the damage to the nerves has reached an advanced stage.
Diabetic Neuropathy Types
Is the most common type and affects legs and feet first, following hands and arms. Symptoms may occur at night and include: numbness, tingling/burning, increased sensitivity, sharp pains and serious feet problems.
The autonomic nervous system controls your heart, bladder, stomach, intestines, sex organs and eyes. Diabetes can affect nerves in any of these areas. These symptoms may include bladder/bowel problems, hypoglycemic unawareness, slow stomach emptying, decreased sexual response and vision problems.
Also called diabetic amyotrophy, often affects nerves in the thighs, hips, buttocks or legs. It can also affect the abdominal and chest area. Symptoms are usually on one side of the body, but may spread to the other side. Which may include: weak and shrinking thigh muscles, severe pain in those areas, difficulty standing and severe stomach pain.
Better known as focal neuropathy, either cranial or peripheral. Referring to damage in a specific nerve. Creating painful symptoms that may lead to: difficulty focusing/ double vision, aching behind one eye, Bell’s Palsy, numbness/tingling in hands, or weakness in your hands.
Complications of diabetic neuropathy
A diabetic patient may deal with several complications, that may include but are not limited to:
- Loss of a toe, foot, or leg.
- Urinary tract infections.
- Sharp blood pressure drops.
- Digestive problems
- Sexual dysfunction.
- Increased/decreased sweating.
Monitoring sugar blood levels closely, and taking care of feet can no doubt reduce the chances of developing diabetic neuropathy.
Neuropathy Treatment with conventional medicine
Diabetic Neuropathy has no cure, but the progression of the condition can be lowered. Doctors usually prescribe medicines for pain instead of trying to prevent the progression. Medicine includes harmful opioids to cover up the symptoms, but this relief is only temporary, and your medication tolerance will increase over time, which means you’ll end up taking a bigger amount of pills not only for your neuropathy but for side effects as well.
Yes, medication can help at times, but this form of treatment is not the ideal if you really are one to heal and prevent on a deepest level. Nerves need to be re-trained and nursed back to health in order for the damage to stop spreading over time.
That’s why at Holistic Pain Care Clinic we have created a holistic program that stops your pain and treats the nerve damage simultaneously. No medications needed.
Neuropathy Medications and its Side-Effects
Several types of drug classes are used to treat neuropathy, we could categorize them in:
Medications and drugs, no matter the type, create harsh side effects in patients, some of the most common side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting and fatigue.
At Holistic Pain Care Clinic, we try to steer our patients away from using these damaging medications. Our job is to introduce them to more holistic ways of healing and relief for their diabetic neuropathy.
Treating Diabetic Neuropathy at Holistic Pain Care Clinic
More than 100 million adults suffer from diabetes and pre-diabetes. Up to 90% will develop peripheral neuropathy! That’s 1.5 million new cases every YEAR! Sanexas has developed an advanced, physics-based medical technology referred to as “Electric Cell Signaling Treatment” (ECST) that illustrates how quantum mechanics underpins electromagnetic therapies for long term pain management.
Our spread-spectrum frequency hopping FM signal generator, with sophisticated communications-level technology, produces and delivers “patented” signal energy waves in continually-varying sequential and random patterns via specialty electrodes that are applied transcutaneous on the skin.
What is Sanexas?
Sanexas is a treatment that uses a technique called electric cell signaling, based on the physics of resonance. Resonance is the electrical signaling between cells, similar to when a piano is tuned, the tuner strikes the piano string to adjust the energy that vibrates along it to create sound. Adjusting the string creates the ideal pitch or tone for the piano.
Electric cell signaling is similar, and the goal is to optimize the energy levels (the resonance) between your cells. When these signals are optimized and correctly ‘tuned’, intercellular communication is normalized. Your cells are able to successfully transfer energy that’s used to heal injured tissues and relieve pain.
Sanexas is used to treat a variety of acute and chronic pain issues, including pain from surgery, accidents, diseases, and pain syndromes like fibromyalgia. As well as optimizing signaling between cells, the electrical currents relax muscle spasms and increase local circulation. This supports local and regional healing mechanisms for effective and successful tissue repair. When used after surgery, Sanexas can reduce the risk of clot development in your legs.
With long-term use, the system can also help prevent atrophy in muscles. Sanexas can help relieve pain, improve mobility and range of motion. Most patients are able to enjoy a better quality of life. Best of all Sanexas is non-invasive. There is no need for anesthesia and no recovery time. Sanexas can reduce or eliminate long-term use of addictive or harmful pain medication.
Using drugs and medication will not keep you from the chronic pain to get worse, Sanexas treatment is a better option drug.free that can give you the results you’ve been wishing for so long!
With Sanexas, we will help you get pain relief and bring those nerves back to better health. For the long-term, non-surgical, drug-free results, contact Holistic Pain Care today!