Peripheral Neuropathy Explained in 5 words. Stabbing, Burning Tingling, Numbness and Pain usually in the hands and feet. Medwell orthopedic spine knee and leg pain center of Bergen county is offering relief treatment that is non surgical. 201-266-5000
Peripheral Neuropathy can result from traumatic injuries, Chemotherapy, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes and exposure to toxins. But one of the most common causes is diabetes.
No one has to live with the pain and suffering Neuropathy can cause. I know we are facing unprecedented times right now and it’s easy to ignore the symptoms and put off the inevitable, but one thing I can assure you is, this disease will not go away, left untreated could lead to immobilizing pain and in some severe cases even amputation or death.
Our physicians at the Neuropathy treatment center of NJ have over the last 20 years helped patients with various neuropathy symptoms with: vitamin injections at the site of the nerves in your feet or hands, Marcaine injections, regenerative medicine and neurogenX treatment which is by far has had the best results.
This video is not about me. This video is about YOU and how you will be in a year from now remained untreated or keep doing what you have been doing. Do you think you will be better or worse?
How about 3 years from now if you keep taking meds Gabapentin, Neurontin, Lyrica Cymbalta on and on…? There is a good chance you will be worse. If these meds and methods that you are currently doing were fixing you, you should have been fixed by now.
For the rest of this month, we are offering a same day consultation and treatment. What this means to you is:
- By the end of the exam and consultation you will know if you have Peripheral Neuropathy or Not.
- If you qualify for the program.
- You get the potential experience of pain relief, numbness, tingling and unpleasant sensation on your feet or hands.
All within ONE visit and yes we do accept most insurance plans including Medicare.
Folks, just imagine being able to have a restful sleep through the night again,
not being in pain simply by walking or on the way to the restroom in the morning,
being able to play in the yard with the grandkids again
or just getting back to living life without severe immobilizing pain.
There is Hope, even if you have been told there isn’t any! Just because your doctor has said to you that you have to live with neuropathy and take these pills, it does not mean it is true. There is a good chance your doctor does not know what we know. Because simply they are not trained in it. This includes neurologists. We get patients from neurologists consistently.