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"By using a device that's used in large hospital chains across the country for neuropathy, we can repair the damaged nerves, and start to make them durable once again." --Eric Narrell B.A., B.S., D.C.
BONITA SPRINGS, FL, July 29, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- 30,000,000 Americans suffer from neuropathy in their feet and hands. Individuals can achieve 85-90% reversal of neuropathy symptoms without the use of unnecessary opioids, medical cocktails, or experimental medications. Neuropathy is a chronic, progressive, degenerative disease which, when left alone or treated with traditional medical approaches, always gets worse and can reach a point of no return. Often the only option left for the individual is amputation of the affected extremity. Recent studies reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association have shown that the traditional medical cocktail of gabapentin (Neurontin) and pregabalin (Lyrica) are no more effective than a placebo. (JAMA 2018;319:818.)
Utilizing a 3-step approach to achieve 85-90% reversal of neuropathy, the objective is as follows: 1) Increase blood flow, 2) Educate small fiber nerves and 3) Decrease pain signals. To do this, a cutting-edge technology, discovered by NASA to treat wounds in space, called low-level light therapy and was approved by the FDA in 2001, otherwise known as LLLT, is at the forefront of neuropathy treatments.
The low-level light therapy creates a process called angiogenesis, which means "new blood vessels." In layman's terms, the more LLLT the nerve gets, the more it repairs itself and allows the increase of circulation to the extremities. A nerve is an organism just like a plant in that the roots grow when watered. Therefore, like the plant, the body creates new 'roots' or blood vessels as the blood supply is increased thus allowing the body to heal.
Dr. Eric Narrell B.A., B.S., D.C., a leader in neuropathy reversal, states, "It's crucial that once we create new blood vessels and get new blood to the nerves, we then re-educate the nerve back to normal function. By using a device that's used in large hospital chains across the country for neuropathy, we can repair the damaged nerves, and start to make them durable once again."
About Restore Health Center:
Restore Health Center is Southwest Florida's Neuropathy Specialist providing groundbreaking Neuropathy treatment to improve neuropathy related pain and conditions. Restore Health Center's mission is to live and teach the principals of healthy living of being fit, healthy and disease free. They serve the Bonita Springs, FL area where they encourage and support their community to live a much longer and more desirable lifestyle. Learn more at www.restorehealthfl.com
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