Neuropathy

Did you know... 8% of the US population (about 24 million people) suffer from peripheral neuropathy.

AND 86,000 Diabetics every year lose an extremity.

 

Neuropathy is quickly becoming one of the most common chronic diseases in the U.S.

 

Neuropathy defined is: damage to, or disease affecting the nerves, and this can be associated with your feet, legs, arms, hands, and back

 

It can occur at any age, but it is most common among older adults

 

7 Common warning signs that you have Neuropathy

  1. Numbness
  2. Burning Pain
  3. Cramping
  4. Sharp Electrical Pain
  5. Prickling/ Tingling
  6. Balance Problems and Falls
  7. Can’t Sleep from Foot Pain

 

Even if you have a little pain or numbness you still want to have this looked at.  You want to catch it early and not wait for it to get worse

 

Diabetes is the number one cause of Neuropathy, but it is not the “ONLY” Cause.

You can also have neuropathy if you have poor circulation, have had chemotherapy drugs, surgeries or autoimmune diseases.

 

 

As Neuropathy gets worse, people start suffering more. They start sitting a lot more, they stop doing the activities that they love to do.

 

 

This is a progressive disease, it DOES get worse over time. You want to catch the disease before it goes to a non-treatable status.

 

If you are serious about regaining your life and know more about your options, then Innovative Medical Center is the place for you.

 

Remember we can’t help a killed nerve, if you wait until then, the nerve can no longer be helped

 

Contact 559-899-9609 to schedule your consultation to see if this treatment is right for you.

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