Neuropathy Care in Newport News, VA

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Neuropathy Treatment Center in Newport News, Virginia

Neuropathy Care in Newport News, VA: In addition to the ReBuilder therapy, we have a 12 week neuropathy nutritional program for cleansing the body of toxins while making sure all the necessary nutrients are present for the body to heal. You may not have been informed on how certain foods affect your body and peripheral nerves. We will sit down with you and educate you on a precise and specific nutritional regimen that will provide your body an optimal healing environment.

Neuropathy is a condition marked by pain, numbness or tingling and stinging sensations in the limbs, hands and feet. The condition mainly affects the peripheral nervous system, which is the collection of nerves that run into your body’s extremities from the brain and spinal cord. Roughly a third of all neuropathic patients are diabetic. Another third have symptoms caused by poor nutrition, traumatic injury, tumors, auto-immune disorders or other diseases. The final third have no identifiable cause. These are called idiopathic patients.

Do You Suffer from Neuropathy?

Neuropathy affects between 10 to 20 million Americans. Neuropathy is a condition whereby the nerves in our body are damaged and are not working correctly.

Most sufferers who are neuropathic suffer from peripheral neuropathy. They complain of numbness in the hands and feet, painful tingling sensations in the feet, night-time discomfort, pin-like sensations with each movement and other painful feelings that can linger on for years.

Common Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy Include:

  • Numbness or burning pain
  • A sensation of wearing a “glove” or “sock”
  • Sharp, jabbing, shooting or electric-like pain
  • Extreme sensitivity to touch
  • Difficulty sleeping because of feet and leg pain
  • Loss of balance and coordination
  • Muscle weakness
  • Muscle cramping/twitching
  • Difficulty walking or moving the arms
  • Unusual sweating
  • Abnormalities in blood pressure or pulse

Diabetic Neuropathy

Neuropathy is often caused by diabetes. When this is the case, it is referred to as diabetic neuropathy. When blood sugar levels in the body are too high for too long, nerve damage may result causing the neuropathy condition.

Treatments are available to help manage some of the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy. One treatment goal is to keep blood glucose levels under control through a combination of diet and supplementation so that the neuropathy does not worsen. Keeping blood glucose levels in check has been shown to improve symptoms and prevent worsening of the pain.

The ReBuilder Neuropathy Treatment Technology at Our Clinic Shows Amazing Results!

The ReBuilder is a very specialized form of electrical nerve stimulation that shows dramatic improvement to the reduction of the painful symptoms of neuropathy. The ReBuilder is FDA cleared for relaxation of muscle spasms, prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy, increasing local circulation, muscle re-education, immediate post surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis, maintaining or increasing range of motion, symptomatic relief of chronic intractable pain, post traumatic and post surgical pain.

The ReBuilder has a built-in microprocessor that measures several physiological functions of the nerves and automatically adjusts itself to each patient’s therapeutic needs starting with the first healing signal.

Benefits of the ReBuilder

  • Pain relief
  • Improved balance
  • Rebuild muscle strength
  • Reduce or eliminate pain medications
  • Save money by reducing prescription pain meds
  • No side effects like fuzzy thinking, tiredness, or memory loss
  • FDA registered
  • Proven effective in 94% of clinical trials

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11015 Warwick Blvd
Newport News, VA 23601
(757) 591-7291

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