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How many times have you said, “I wish I could stop my foot pain.” If you’re anything like thousands of patients around the world, you’ve said it a lot. Foot pain can be due to a multitude of reasons. Arthritis and neuropathy are two of the most common. Depending on the cause of your foot pain, you may require a combination of therapies.
Because issues such as arthritis and neuropathy are so complex, they often require a multi-modality approach. Consequently, by combining different forms of therapy you get the best outcomes. For instance, by combining neurostimulation, nutritional therapy, medications, supplements, and exercise we have helped thousands achieve excellent pain relief. Other practices such as meditation and yoga can also be included. Patients have found that our products along with customized plans achieve the best results they’ve ever known. It’s a matter of using therapies available for the benefits that each offers and getting the biggest bang for your efforts.
At NeuropathyDR® our team works tirelessly for you. We are continuously imroving the best approach to neuropathy treatment. By combining our NDGen®, conductive socks and gloves (you can read about those here), our patients have achieved ultimate pain relief. The combination of the NDGen neurostimulator and conductive socks provides optimized stimulation programmed for your specific needs. The tips of your toes will thank you. Our socks are clinical grade and far better than cheaper similar products. They are also comfortable. But most importantly, they will provide you customized and optimized pain relief. If you are ready to stop your foot pain, this is the best solution anywhere.
How Do Conductive Socks Stop My Foot Pain?
Great question! Our compression socks are designed to work hand in hand with our breakthrough NDGen unit. Just snap the two together and your ready to begin. Once you start, the next step is “ah”. Of course, you can program your unit. Create optimized pain relief just for you. Also, you will keep your feet warm during your treatment. The combination of good fit, comfort, warmth and precise stimulation breaks through the pain barrier and brings foot pain relief to a new level.
Don’t continue to suffer with the foot pain of neuropathy and arthritis. Get started with the NDGen and our clinical grade conductive socks today. Less pain will visit tomorrow. All you have to do is wait for delivery!
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Blending holistic & conventional neuropathy treatment can so often help relieve your pain. This is what we do at NeuropathyDR. Helping patients be successful with neuropathy and pain relief is our passion. We love to see our patients improve in ways they’ve never done before. We find blending a conventional & holistic approach is so often the best way to make this happen.
But, you might wonder exactly what we mean by holistic neuropathy treatment. Well here goes!
What is a Holistic Neuropathy Treatment Plan?
We believe that treatment plans should be as individualized as the people they effect. As many kinds of people as there are, so too are there as many ways of treating them. For instance, think about these different methods of treatment, then think of how many you’ve been told about:
- Prescription medications (pills) – medicine
- Intravenous therapy (IVs) – medicine
- Neurostimulation (NDGen®)
- Nutrition – food & targeted supplements
- Hydration – fluids
- Exercise – body movement
- Laser therapy
- Physical therapy
And the list could go on and on. Most likely you’ve heard of a couple, but it’s highly unlikely any practitioner has helped you put together your own individualized plan of action using whichever ones work best for you. The point is, there are many options out there and that’s the message we are here to spread. Every patient is an individual and no one treatment plan works for every single one of them all the time.
We believe the best approach is blending the best of conventional & holistic neuropathy treatment because we know that’s where the most success can be achieved.
Through many years of practice, we have learned some of the best combinations for patients, including many of those listed above. The absolute best way to treat your neuropathy pain and/or other chronic pain is a combination therapy.
We advise you to work with a trained physician who understands the benefits and outcomes of both conventional & holistic treatment choices.
Here at NeuropathyDR, that’s what we are all about. In fact, we want to help you. Helping patients find true success is our mission.
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One of the more common but sometimes under diagnosed components of some forms of peripheral neuropathy is loss of balance. Patients will often say “I don’t have neuropathy; I only walk like I’ve had a few drinks”. This is why it is so crucial to address balance and neuropathy treatment.
In the clinic, we call this “gait” changes. Of course, there are many neurologic disorders that can cause you to walk abnormally or to lose your balance.
But this loss of balance occurs frequently in peripheral neuropathy and sometimes its the very first things patients notice. This is primarily due to changes in sensation in your feet to touch, as well as position sense, or what doctors call proprioception.
One of the most important things to recognize is that left untreated, this problem often gets worse. It requires not only treatment for the neuropathy component but also rehabilitation to help retrain balance and coordination, wherever this is possible.
There are some very simple steps they can be taken almost immediately to prevent catastrophic falls and help balance and neuropathy treatment.
The first thing is to make sure that proper footwear is worn at all times. Secondly, remove common hazards around the household such as objects upon stairs, rugs without non-slip backing or pads, spilled liquids on the floor etc.
Be especially careful in kitchens and bathrooms. Once neuropathy treatment has begun, we’ll instruct you in a series of exercises to help retrain your nervous system.
This is only possible when adequate balance and neuropathy treatment has been able to improve sensation to the soles of your feet, and position sense to your toes and ankles and knees.
This is why getting care early can go along way towards helping possible neuropathy recovery, but also set the stage for a return to a more active lifestyle.
Remember, the sooner you act, the sooner you improve.
Please, do not wait for your situation to really deteriorate before seeking active balance and neuropathy treatment intervention.
Good treatment for many of the more common forms of neuropathy is now available!
All you have to do is ask!!!
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Make no mistake about it. Distrust in conventional health care is at an all time high. And so must be alternative care cautions. The reasons for this are many, but perhaps the biggest fuel for dissent is that anyone with little skill and just a few resources can put up a page, website and appear very convincing, But just because someone presents an alternative to pharmaceuticals or even surgeries doesn’t mean its true.
Claims about health care these days are everywhere. This new diet fad, the latest treatment system for neuropathy, disease club memberships, essential oils fix every human malady and maybe even some new highly “researched” drug claims. And let’s not forget the cannabis now cures hangovers to cancer posts on social media. You name it. There is just so much everywhere turned into gazillion dollar businesses for many.
So how do you sort out if what you are considering for yourself or a loved one is really a form of valid alternative care or fraud?
Despite what the pundits want you to believe, instead of just jumping on the latest fad, a little time spent investigating the latest social media post that caught your eye, that Facebook “secret” group or video claims can save you lots of wasted time and money. Not to mention quite possibly your health!
Day after day in practice we see patients who wisely question claims made more often than not. And our team is always willing to help sort things out as best we can for you. But we also see some less skeptical than others fall for products, claims and sometimes even paid “memberships” that turn out to be ineffective and sometimes just blatant fraud. We recently have highlighted those for neuropathy and some stem-cell therapies here.
Here’s my point. We all have a choice. Instead of taking so much at face value, take some time to investigate whatever it is you may be considering whether it be at home or for professionally rendered services. Nowadays especially it’s so easy to fact check quickly across multiple sources.
So the take away here is, let’s be more careful consumers. And more caring Doctors. You’ll be glad you spent the time asking, is this alternative care or fraud?
You decide. Let our team help.
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You Won’t Hear This Advice From Many Doctors, But This One Factor May Change the Effectiveness of Your Neuropathy Diet.
The consumption of dairy products has always been a highly charged topic in nutrition. Here is the hard truth about dairy.
On the one hand, there is a sizable lobby advocating for the U.S. dairy industry. On the other hand, there is overwhelming scientific evidence that regular consumption of dairy products is a pretty bad idea for human beings.
In short, if you are wrestling with whether to include milk and other dairy products in your neuropathy diet, any contemplation of this question leads to a straightforward conclusion.
More than half of the human population has trouble digesting milk, leading to digestion problems, allergic reactions, and eventually elevated levels of “bad fats” in your body. What’s worse, there is a hormonal growth factor contained in most dairy products that is known to instigate several different types of cancer, including prostate and breast cancer. One specific kind of milk sugar called galactose is linked to ovarian cancer.
And the regular consumption of dairy is additionally linked to the likelihood of developing type 1 diabetes, which is a major risk factor for neuropathic pain.
All of this means that a neuropathy diet that eliminates dairy (as well as gluten) is one of the most effective ways to reduce inflammation and pain associated with neuropathy and chronic pain.
It’s best to make a gradual shift in your diet so that the changes you instill can be permanent. There are many dairy alternatives out there, including products made from coconut, rice, and almonds. Just watch out for any added sugar or thickening agents like carrageenan.
As always, I urge you to become your own best health advocate. HERE is a copy of our NeuropathyDR Diet Plan!
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All of us can remember at some point in time, walking into a bakery or kitchen where fresh breads and pastries were being made.
The aroma can be overwhelming and draws us in like magnets.
Now once upon a time most especially when human beings were extremely physically active, bread was in fact the staff of life. There was no problem consuming massive amounts of carbohydrates as long as it was consumed during physical activity.
Well Flash Forward 300 years and the situation is now, entirely different. Not only are we less active but grains are often heavily processed, grown on nutrient deficient soils, or perhaps even GMO.
Breads and pastries are also sources of extremely high carbohydrate levels. In fact a sandwich can have 40 to 60 grams of carbohydrates!
And this has had an effect on neuropathy and our health in general.
With neuropathy, however, the stakes are higher. Gluten can and does cause celiac disease.
Sometimes in celiac disease, the only presentation is a gluten neuropathy.
Most of the time, however, it’s a simple fact that gluten can aggravate our bellies at the least and yes even our aches and pains, including neuropathy.
You see gluten is a gooey protein. That’s what gives bread that wonderful texture.
But most of us who stop eating gluten on regular basis find out quickly how much better we feel.
It appears that this is because even those of us who don’t have celiac disease and even test negative for allergy to gluten, may still be “sensitive”.
In patients suffering from gluten neuropathy, as well as in other patients, it appears that gluten may actually trigger inflammatory reactions. This adds to pain, stiffness, and possibly neuropathy symptoms.
However the evidence is not conclusive, and there are many that would argue this point.
What I can tell you, as a clinician, is that many patients feel so much better we feel it’s worth a try.
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Don’t go it alone. Here’s why accepting support from family and friends is so important in treating chronic pain.
Although it may be a shocking idea, your personal support network may be equally as important to your health as your medical treatment team—or any kind of supplemental therapies.
Why? Because the bottom line is that a positive outlook is the best medicine for good health outcomes. If you are feeling contented and supported in your personal relationships, you’ll be much better equipped to cope with pain when it arises.
Unfortunately, many people find it hard to ask for help from their family and friends. We may have heard the message that it was weak or shameful to be dependent on others.
The truth is that when we are able to accept love and support, we’re better equipped to be as independent as possible in our daily lives.
Make a list of people in your life who have helped you in big and small ways in the past, as well as people that would probably be willing to help now if you were to ask.
Now, think about the things that are making your life the most difficult or stressful right now. This list could be anything from a leaky faucet in your kitchen to a pile of medical bills. Just get it all down on paper.
Finally, begin matching the list of stress points with the list of helpers in your life. Who could come over and fix that leaky faucet for you? Who could help you make phone calls to arrange a payment plan for those bills?
You will find that most of the people on your list are grateful for a chance to help you—they just didn’t know what to do that would be truly helpful. And when your stress level decreases (now that the leaky faucet or pile of bills is a thing of the past), your overall health will be optimized. That means chronic pain becomes less of a burden because you’re better able to cope with it.
Building your support network is just one way that you can take control of your own health and overcome chronic pain.
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