Neuropathy Cutting Edge Treatments

Cutting-edge Neuropathy Treatments

 Are you suffering with peripheral neuropathy or neuropathic nerve pain? Are you looking for a cutting-edge treatment that will provide long term relief? If so, then Santa Clarita Functional Medicine Expert Dr. Thomas Polucki has the solution that you are searching for.



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What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects your peripheral nerves (hands and feet), which carry signals from all parts of the body to the brain or spinal cord.

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People with peripheral neuropathy usually suffer from one or more of the following:
• Numbness in hands and or feet 
• Muscle spasms or twitching, especially at night
• Tingling in fingers and or toes
• Burning sensations in legs or feet (caused by damaged small fibers)
• Sharp stabbing pains (caused by damaged large fibers)

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What are neuropathy treatment options?

Medications such as antidepressants and anticonvulsants can help some cases of peripheral neuropathy find temporary relief:

• Tricyclic antidepressants (Elavil)  
• Gabapentin (Neurontin)  
• Pregabalin (Lyrica)

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Do neuropathy drugs have serious side effects?

All drugs have side-effects. So, if these medications can’t provide the needed relief, then something else must be done, before it’s too late. Because, even if drugs provide temporary relief, they never give the nerves, blood vessels or connective tissues what they need to heal. And the damage continues to spread even with pain management.



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Peripheral neuropathy life choices

But advanced neuropathy treatment centers around the world developed an effective drug free, nonsurgical protocol. Using a few proven therapies that 90% of neuropathy patient's claim significant relief. With no side effects or risk of complications. This simple, affordable, naturally effective plan of treatment has already helped thousands of peripheral neuropathy patients get their lives back.

The treatments take less than an hour. And what makes this neuropathy treatment unique is its ability to be used on almost any part of the body! Plus, most of the treatment plan is home therapies, done in the comfort of your own home.



Does my insurance cover this?

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Some insurance company plans cover some exams and medications. But most people with Peripheral Neuropathy need more than that to get better. A treatment program that focuses on restoring health instead of masking symptoms just makes better sense. Doesn’t it? Payment plans are available for our all-inclusive Peripheral Neuropathy treatment protocols. These plans include:
+ Exams

+ Treatments
+ Supplements
+ Personal Diet Plan
+ Home Therapy Devices
These comprehensive, proven Peripheral Neuropathy plans start at $3500.

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Introducing ABC4Health© and Neuropathy

A is for Alignment

Alignment can help reduce stress and pain. When key pressure points are properly treated, (without twisting or cracking spine) the body's natural alignment is restored. So, the stress that keeps nearly every type of neuropathy from getting better becomes more manageable.


B is for Balance
When a point behind your belly button and in front of your ears is lined up(side view), you have the best balance. This means you feel less stress and pain. You also get more endurance, flexibility, and power to heal. Peripheral neuropathy definitely throws your life out of balance. But restoring internal balance can help stop neuropathy for good.


C is for Coordination
When many things are coordinated to work together, performance will improve. A combination of complementary medicine approaches that reduce pain, improve circulation, retrain nerves to work normal again, and provide the nutrition nerves need to repair and function… Works better, for most people, than just constantly managing pain, symptoms, and drug side effects.


Holistic Medicine - treatment of the whole person rather than just the symptoms.


D is for Diet
"Eating right," may be different for everyone. But if you want to avoid most health problems, any diet that reduces inflammation while providing healing nutrition helps. Most neuropathy patients already know about blood sugar, but few know which foods will support healing best for them. There is no one size fits all answer to nutrition.


E is for Exercise
Exercise must be easy for people even when it’s hard to walk. With no equipment needed. Our online course helps you learn how to exercise a few minutes here, there, anywhere, anytime, throughout the day. And most of our neuropathy patients can return to walking within a few days.


F is for Function
Functional Medicine is when doctors help patients get better instead of just treat symptoms. It is for people who want to use natural things, like food and exercise to get better.


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