This is a worst case scenario
When I think of neuropathy, I initially have thoughts my grandfather. I don’t have any pictures of him, but if I did, one look at his nose and you knew we were related.
Poppy was to me larger than life, but one of the things that I remember about him was diabetes. That was the overarching theme when we spoke to him and about him, and on the rare occasion that I was able to see him. I saw the decline he was experiencing because of his neuropathy.
One year I visited and he lost one of his legs. The only answer I heard about the cause was. His diabetes made him lose his leg.
Another year I visited and he lost the other leg. Same story, the diabetes took his other leg. Now he was confined to a wheelchair for the remainder of his life.
My next visit was his funeral…..
His life isn’t the most common neuropathy story. It really is kind of a worst case scenario, but it happens too often that we go through life not knowing what to do or how to combat our neuropathy and we experience a steady decline.
They say diabetes skips a generation….
My family would tell me that I was next. But I was committed to not be the next person to experience this horrible condition.
Now I’m excited to help others improve there health and their neuropathy, whether you’re diabetic or not.
My grandfather didn’t have the opportunity to experience the amazing work we’ve been able to do over the years. So he became a “worst case scenario”
You don’t ever have to get there, because we have ways to help you to achieve better health for a lifetime. I can show you how to actually promote healing in those peripheral nerves and get your life back.
What does getting your life back look like to you?
Is it playing with your grandkids without the shooting pain?
Is it taking a walk with your spouse or friends without worrying about losing your balance?
Is it the fear that YOU could be the worst case scenario?
Not anymore, because finally, there are answers.
Find out how our neuropathy program can help you to achieve greater health for a lifetime.
our 7 step neuropathy program will allow you to generate real and lasting healing of those peripheral nerves. The 7 Step Program includes.
Light Therapy: we use the specific wavelength of light that has been shown in imaging studies to increase blood vessel growth around the peripheral nerves. This means those peripheral nerves have the proper oxygenation to heal.
Electrotherapy: The type of electrotherapy that’s used is completely different from something like a tens unit in that it uses the same frequency scientifically shown to stimulate nerve function and growth.
Specific nutritional recommendations: Nutrition is vitally important. Many times, our nerve damage comes from blood sugar levels that are far from optimal. So eating a diet that will normalize blood sugar, reduce inflammation and pain can only help your healing of this condition.
Supplementation: Certain supplements are proven to assist with healing from neuropathy. These supplements in combination with the other techniques help facilitate your healing faster.
Exercise: making sure you exercise is of utmost importance. Your body heals and regenerates as you are exercising. In order for the body to be stimulated to grow more muscle tissue, or more nerve fibers, it must be stimulated and exercise is one major way to accomplish that.
Joint mobility and stability protocols: There are specific protocols we’ve developed to help you with the mobility in your joints. You have 26 to 28 bones in each foot and it’s very easy for fixations to occur. These fixations cause nerve and circulation disturbances. Our program gives you the tools to correct that imbalance.
No matter if your neuropathy is caused by genetic, medication or something else. You can still stimulate the nerves to function better, you can still promote blood flow to those peripheral nerves to allow them to function to their fullest potential. This may slow the degeneration caused by the genetic disease allowing you to function as close to 100% as you can. And that’s what it’s all about isn’t it?