Practice Area(s)
Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Pain Medicine
Subspecialties
Neuropathy
Accepting New Patients?
Yes
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Revolutionary Neuropathy Treatment

What causes neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a fancy word for nerve damage. Millions of people suffer from peripheral neuropathy and lose feeling in their hands or feet, or experience pain, tingling, or numbness due to nerve damage. Some even have trouble walking. Many patients have nerve damage as a result of having long-term diabetes or from receiving chemotherapy for cancer, including breast, prorated, and colon cancer as well as lymphoma and multiple myeloma. Other causes of neuropathy can occur following surgery, such as discectomies, laminectomies, and spinal fusions. Long-term use of medications, such as those used to treat blood pressure and cholesterol, have been known to cause neuropathy. Then there are shingles and even the unknown that can cause neuropathy. If you fall into any of those categories and your numbness, tingling, or pain worsens, you likely have neuropathy.

What happens if I have neuropathy?

When a patient has neuropathy it means their nerves are dying. The nerves in your body are designed to control two functions. One is the motor and the other is sensory. When the nerve is damaged you will experience a gradual decline, to the point where the simplest movements can become dangerous. Neuropathies rarely get better on their own.

Why have the treatments I’ve tried for neuropathy failed?

The typical treatments for neuropathy are medications, injections, electrostimulation, and some form of home treatment. The nerve is a very complex tissue in your body and requires an abundant amount of energy, very specific proteins, and a whole host of cellular events that must happen consistently over time for the nerve to grow. Medications that are prescribed for neuropathy are designed only to help take the edge off, and do not help the nerve repair itself. Injections and stimulation treatments are unable to help because they don't address what it takes for a nerve to regrow. Home treatments are more palliative. They may be able to help by slowing the progression, but don’t possess the proper components alone to help the nerve repair itself. Because neuropathy is a complex problem, it takes a complex approach to address it properly.

What Makes the process at Advanced Nerve and Health Center so successful?

Our process is a proprietary one based on clinical research and clinical outcomes. We are proud to say we have helped thousands of people in the Dallas and Houston areas with neuropathy to the point where they can walk again, feel their hands or feet again, and experience no pain. Most importantly, we help them live again.

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