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What is neuropathy?
What are the symptoms?
Sensory nerve neuropathy may cause: Tingling, numbness, and burning in the hands or feetSevere pain or inability to feel pain, pressure, temperature, or touch in the affected regionsLoss of coordinationThe sensation that you’re wearing socks or gloves when you aren’t Symptoms of motor neuropathy include:
Muscle weakness, cramping, or twitchingLoss of muscle controlDecreased dexterity Autonomic neuropathy may cause:
Abnormal blood pressure or heart rateSexual dysfunctionDigestive issues, such as feeling full after a few bites, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation
What causes neuropathy?
Diabetes, which is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathyInjury to the nerve(s) through repetitive motion due to playing sports or other activitiesExposure to heavy metals or certain chemicals (Cancer Treatments)Vitamin deficiencies or imbalances in vitamins E, B1, B6, B9, B12, and niacinInfections and autoimmune disorders can also cause nerve damage, including a herpes virus infection, Lyme disease, and rheumatoid arthritis.
What is the treatment?
One of our medical team members also works with you to better manage the underlying cause of your neuropathy, such as diabetes.
For solutions to your symptoms, schedule an appointment today.
Apple Clinic Patients
HOW IT WORKS:
By the trained medical professionals the patient will first receive a series of injections of a proprietary blend of vitamins. The blends and injections are options to enhance the treatment but are not required.
Most patients who receive treatment report it to be an enjoyable sensation and experience. Some describe it as a tingling/vibrating pressure. If the vasopneumatic device is applied along with the Electronic Cell Signaling Treatment (ECST), patients feel a pulsation and gentle massage.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS
NEUROPATHY TREATMENT CLINIC OF GEORGA
Evaluating Your Peripheral Neuropathy
Physical Exam and Assessment
A physical exam and a number of assessment tools* will help our medical team evaluate the physical symptoms of your neuropathy, the impact of these symptoms on your quality of life and recommend a personalized treatment plan.
Pulse Volume Recording (PVR) Pulse Volume Recording (PVR) is a non-invasive test using air plethysmography to gather information about the arterial pressure in the arms and legs. It is used to detect the presence of peripheral arterial disease and the location of occlusive lesions in the limbs.
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI), Toe Brachial Index (TBI), and Digital Brachial Index (DBI)
The Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) measures the ratio of the blood pressure at the ankle, and the Toe Brachial Index (TBI) measures the blood pressure of the big toe. These measurements are then compared to the blood pressure in the upper arm (brachial artery) to assess the blood flow from the legs to the feet and toes. For those experiencing neuropathy in their hands, a Digital Brachial Index (DBI) measures the blood pressure in the fingers, comparing it to the pressure in the brachial artery to assess the blood flow in the arms. The ABI, TBI, and DBI can help determine whether you have peripheral arterial disease (hardening or calcifications of the arteries).
Quantitative Sudomotor Axon Reflex Test (QSART)
The QSART test (also known as a sweat test) is used to measure the functioning of the autonomic nervous system that controls the body's blood pressure, heart rate, digestion, body temperature, and sweating. Mild
electrical stimulation of the skin stimulates the sweat glands, which assists in determining if there is a disorder of the autonomic nervous system.
Skin Perfusion Pressure (SPP)
The SPP is used to measure the blood flow in the very small vessels of the feet to see if there is sufficient blood flow to the nerves. This test will assess if these tiny blood vessels are blocked or damaged or if a wound is getting enough blood to heal.