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Diabetes & Diabetic Neuropathy. New Treatment Provides Hope!

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

With Diabetes – Diabetic Neuropathy Makes How You Feel Even Worse!

Diabetic Neuropathy is a problem growing steadily worse as this very prevalent disease affects more people at an earlier age – and as people live longer.

Indeed, diabetes is bad, but diabetic peripheral neuropathy makes how you feel even worse.   Nearly 60% of all people with diabetes develop diabetic neuropathy.

As if the pain, numbness, burning, stinging, balance and walking issues that go along with diabetic neuropathy aren’t bad enough, nearly 86,000 people in the United States experiencing diabetic-related amputations each year because of uncontrolled diabetic neuropathy.

Traditional Drug Treatments Just Don’t Work Very Well!

There are few common conditions that create as much ongoing agony as that of neuropathy.

As the numbness and/or pain grow worse, many people are willing to try practically anything – any cream, any drug, any pill, powder, potion, lotion or syrup!

Unfortunately, the side effects of these drugs are often so severe and concerning over the long term that many people simply stop taking them, with most people simply left with ongoing discouragement.

The primary reason that drugs fail in treating neuropathy are two-fold.  First, the drugs were never designed to treat neuropathy to begin with, with most of them designed to treat other conditions.  Second, painful sensory neuropathies are RARELY correctable with drugs and creams, as none of them address the underlying cause of diabetic neuropathy, known as Ischemia.

ISCHEMIA – The Primary CAUSE of Diabetic Neuropathy

Recent extensive research shows the cause of almost all diabetic neuropathic pain is from a tissue destroying process known as ischemia, which means “tissue death due to starvation.”

When functioning normally, nerve tissues receive nutrient rich, highly-oxygenated blood carried to them by microscopic capillaries.  In the case of diabetes, too much glucose fills clogs the capillaries preventing the nerve tissues from receiving the nutrients and oxygen they need, which damage the nerves; causing them to “short-circuit” leading to the vast array neuropathy symptoms.

It’s the same that happens when an occluded artery causes a heart attack – only with diabetic neuropathy, it happens on a massive scale damaging literally millions of microscopic nerves.

The Many Symptoms Of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Once oxygen and nutrient restriction damages the nerves, the nerves also often have difficulty coordinating pore and capillary dilation in the skin, preventing proper skin perspiration leading to more challenges such as swelling, and tight, vice-like sensations in the legs and ankles.

Burning, tingling, stinging, electric shock sensations and the feelings of insects crawling all over your legs or feet, as well as hot or cold feet or legs are typical symptoms. Frequently found is numbness, balance and walking issues, falls and for many of the most unfortunate, amputations.

Once this snowball starts rolling, it’s often like a line-up of falling dominoes leading to greater problems.

The good news is that peripheral nerves can heal and go through a process of rebirth, if the proper procedures are put in place and if the cause of the condition can be caught in time.

New Neuropathy Treatment Provides New Hope!

In association with Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America, ChiroCenter is pleased to bring a revolutionary new treatment approach to the people of our community that is helping thousands of people throughout the country significantly reduce, and in many cases, even eliminate the agony of diabetic neuropathy.

One of the things that make this program so exciting is that it’s the first and only neuropathy treatment program that scientifically addresses the actual cause of diabetic neuropathy – again, known as ischemia.

Utilizing painless “soft” laser to assist in new capillary formation and blood flow, vibratory frequencies to stimulate the formation of new peripheral nerves, and reverse polarity therapy to aid in the re-integration and correct directional flow of your body’s natural nerve currents, this new approach toward treating neuropathy is proving to be a true blessing for many, many people!

Remarkably Safe and Painless!

This wonderful new treatment approach is remarkably safe and for almost all people, totally painless!  Additionally, most people are very pleased and relieved to know this approach utilizes no drugs and no injections!

Don’t suffer needlessly with neuropathy through seemingly endless days and nights of agony.    Don’t wait until you’ve fallen and broken a bone or gone through an amputation.   Sleep better, feel better and do better!

For a complete report about this new, revolutionary treatment that is helping so many people with the misery of diabetic neuropathy, please go to http://www.drjackadrian.com/

About the author: Dr. Jack Adrian is a chiropractor with more than 30 years experience in the field of chiropractic.   He is a practicing physician and Director of ChiroCenter in Troy, Ohio and has served more than 25,000 individuals in his career.

For help with any additional questions or to set up a complimentary conference to discuss your concerns, feel free to call ChiroCenter in Troy, Ohio at 937-339-5556.