Neuropathy Program  

Healing Neuropathy Naturally With Advanced Treatment and NO Drugs or Injections  

You feel tingling and numbness in your feet and hands. Your arms and legs may feel weak. There may also be a sharp burning or throbbing paid with greater sensitivity to touch or temperature.  

Those are the symptoms of Neuropathy - a damage or dysfunction to one or more nerves outside the brain and spinal cord. If you're experiencing this pain and discomfort, you are in good company. 23 million Americans are diagnosed with neuropathy every year. That's nearly 1 in 10 people with some form of peripheral neuropathy. Several hundred thousand of these cases lead to amputation.  

You may have a feeling of pins and needles, tingling, or even sharp pain in your hands or feet. This can negatively affect your balance and ability to walk and move. While neuropathy can seem like a minor nerve dysfunction, it can dramatically impact your life preventing you from working, enjoying favorite activities, or even being yourself around family and friends.  

What Causes Neuropathy?  

Pain and discomfort can be cause by complications from medical procedures, diabetes or other disease, medications, an injury or repetitive injury, infection, exposure to toxins, metabolic challenges and others. Individuals with diabetes have a higher risk of experiencing neuropathy.  

Sadly, traditional medicine most often tells people they have to live with the pain. Doctors skip the causes to focus on symptoms. Patients receive drugs and injections in 90% of cases. Of course, this does little to stop the condition or prevent it from getting worse.  

Successfully Treating the Causes of Neuropathy  

Here at Brookfield Spine and Injury Center we focus on helping your body heal. This stops neuropathy at the root causes. Instead of having to take expensive drugs or endure painful shots, we use advanced modern techniques to give your body the strong natural support it needs to heal. We can help you lessen the pain and discomfort while putting an end to neuropathy.  

Chronic neuropathy can successfully be reversed with a comprehensive whole body program that heals causes rather than simply focusing on the tingling, pain, and imbalance. Once your body has the right conditions to heal, it will naturally correct the causes to make your neuropathy fade and disappear.  

The vast majority of neuropathy cases can be improved. With the 20-point screening we will be able to let you know if you qualify for this revolutionary neuropathy program. We have brought exciting success to many patients in Waukesha and Milwaukee County.  

We use a combination of specialized nutrition to help your body speed up natural healing. We also use unique wavelengths and powerful light therapy, elector-therapeutic techniques, regenerative strategies, therapeutic strategies and more. This is a custom program tailored to you.  

Your Body Naturally Heals  

Our whole-body approach to treating neuropathy goes to work increasing circulation for greater blood flow. This is the body's way of healing peripheral nerves, rejuvenating damaged nerves, and slowing down inflammation. This gives your body a chance to begin the healing process without blocks or barriers. Many people see a rapid improvement that gives them back their life.  

Our well researched methods are proven to free individuals from constant medications, injections, and repeated surgeries. You get the healing you want and need for a return to your active without pain and discomfort.  

Get The Personalized Help You Deserve  

Please contact our office to schedule your 20-point neuropathy screening. If you qualify we will custom create a program specifically to treat your neuropathy. We are always happy to answer your questions and look forward to hearing from you.        






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