Peripheral Neuropathy can be a debilitating condition and its causes vary. It’s more than simply numbness of the extremities. It can cause tingling, burning, and even great pain. Neuropathy can lead to such sensitivity that simple contact with bed sheets can keep a person from sleeping. We have had countless patients come to us with neuropathy who had run out of hope and we were the last stop before giving up. Gone untreated, it will likely only become more severe and we are here to offer you help.
Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
Some of the conditions that can lead to peripheral neuropathy are cancer treatment, cholesterol medications, surgery, injury, or autoimmune diseases, the most common of these being diabetes. Another possible cause that may surprise you is a sensitivity to certain foods. How often has this information been shared with you? Not too often, most likely.
The medical specialists at MedWell under the direction of M.T. Shahab, M.D. have been involved in learning and researching the most recent advancements in diagnosis and treatment for neuropathy for ten years. Very few doctors within the Northern United States have been NTCA trained and certified. So what makes MedWell Spine, OsteoArthritis & Neuropathy Center unique? We diagnose and treat each patient on the neurological and the metabolic levels.
Rather than simply treat the symptoms, we do a complete analysis into the root cause of the ailment. We define the cause, we design a treatment, and we deliver the utmost care. This will require specific laboratory tests. We do a fiber neuropathy exam, we see how you react to touch, temperature, and pinpricks. We offer brain screening, we check the vascular system, and we observe your balance. We are a team of multidisciplinary doctors who will assess you individually and formulate a diagnostic and specific plan of care to help our patients based on our areas of expertise and discipline. Hundreds of our patients have been helped with our comprehensive approach to addressing chronic conditions.
Non-Invasive and Non-Surgical Treatment of Neuropathy
There is a high possibility that neuropathy sufferers are on medication. If you are, we are not going to recommend that you should stop taking it. What we are offering here is an alternative; non-invasive, non-surgical, and safe care. Statistics inform us that half of the world’s drugs are taken by people in the United States, which only makes up 5% of the earth’s population. That’s a lot of medication! Keep in mind as well that we have never seen a supplement that cures an ailment, even though they may help with symptoms.
Our treatment plans are for people who are serious about their well-being and who want to free themselves from medication. Some people are unsure of what we offer, and seek a second opinion, but since there are only a small number of physicians who do what we do, most others are not likely to understand. Their care has been geared toward treating symptoms, rather than curing the cause.
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We service areas throughout Bergen County, Passaic County and Morris County including the following towns and municipalities such as Paramus, Hackensack, Ridgewood & Nothern New Jersey. To find out more about our services, visit our Contact Us page or call us at (201) 632-1900.