Are you desperate to find relief from the sharp, shooting pain in your feet?
Is the constant burning, tingling, and numbness making it hard to get a good night's sleep?
Are you worried that the balance problems caused by nerve damage in your feet might lead to a dangerous fall?
And you concerned about the unwanted side effects from your Neuropathy medication?
If you, or your loved one in the Oshkosh Wisconsin and surrounding area, is suffering from painful Neuropathy you are well aware of the suffering and difficulty in carrying on in everyday life.
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Depending on which nerves are damaged – and how badly – many different symptoms can result. If your hands or feet are affected by Peripheral Neuropathy, you may experience:
- Insensitivity to pain or temperature
- Tingling, burning, or prickling (aka "pins and needles" sensations)
- Sharp pains or cramps
- Extreme sensitivity to light touch
- Loss of balance or coordination
Some people find that these symptoms are worse at night. Others find that their symptoms are dependent upon the temperature, time of day, or their level of physical activity. Numbness, tingling, or pain from Neuropathy can be scary, especially when you don't know what's going on or who to ask for help!
What causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
Diabetes, toxic exposure, medications, Edema, autoimmune diseases, infections, genetic disorders, nerve trauma or injury, vitamin deficiencies, and Kidney diseases can all cause Peripheral Neuropathy.
What is Autonomic Neuropathy?
Unlike Peripheral Neuropathy, Autonomic Neuropathy affects the functions of your body that are involuntary or unconscious. Your heart, digestive system, lungs, and other vital organs are controlled by this system. When it malfunctions, as it does with Autonomic Neuropathy, any of these functions can break down. This can lead to:
- Digestive difficulties (constipation, diarrhea, nausea, bloating, etc.)
- Urinary incontinence
- Sexual dysfunction
- "Brain fog," lightheadedness or dizziness
- Heart rate and blood pressure irregularities
- Shortness of breath
- Sweating too much or not enough
- Difficulty swallowing
Though many people recognize the signs and symptoms of peripheral Neuropathy, most people don't realize when they are affected by autonomic Neuropathy. Because the symptoms are so diverse – and can be attributed to different causes – Autonomic Neuropathy can be difficult to diagnose. You may find that the treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy end up improving other problems that you didn't realize were related!
So, what can be done if you feel you or your loved ones are experiencing the effects of painful Neuropathy?
Neuropathy can be difficult to live with, but there is hope for sufferers. If you're seeking a painless, non-drug option for your peripheral neuropathy, our Neuropathy Program at Physical Achievement Center offers a real chance at recovery.
Learn About Our Take Home Program
With our TeslaMax Take-Home Program, you can give yourself daily treatments in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Instead of traveling to our office for treatment, you will be able to use the TeslaMax seven days per week at times that are convenient for you, while still having the same support and guidance from our Neuropathy Expert. You will be able to see results faster and have the best success with our treatment program.
Why choose the Physical Achievement Center Neuropathy Care Program?
Our Neuropathy Care Program is designed to support your body in addressing the underlying causes that have led to your Neuropathy. With our program you will use your electric stimulation technology that can dramatically improve the body's ability to heal nerve damage. We will also prescribe lifestyle changes, dietary improvements, and natural nutraceutical supplements for the most effective and efficient treatment. We want to get you back to doing the thigs you love in life, pain and worry free.