Hi. I’m Dr. Neil Scharf from Parkland Pain Relief Center. I know you’re here because of your neuropathy pain, and you’d like some relief from your pain. I get it.I had a patient the other day that had numbness, tingling and balance problems. Her feet hurt, and she could hardly walk. In fact she had to have braces on her lower legs to help her walk and she was getting worse by the week. She didn’t think I could help, and I have to say, it wasn’t easy, but with our specialized treatment protocols, she’s been able to finally get some help. She did try drugs, and even some vitamins but my experience with neuropathy in Coral Springs has shown me that there are only a few things that you have to do to help people get their neuropathy symptoms under control.
Neuropathy is no laughing matter. It can cause serious weakness, numbness and even pain to your body. It’s a problem with the nerves that is usually brought on due to a medical condition such as diabetes (the most common cause), certain types of cancers, kidney or liver disease, vitamin deficiencies and other reasons. It can also be caused from drug and alcohol abuse or a physical trauma like when you are in a car accident.
The cause is important in understanding your treatment options. At Parkland Pain Relief Center we have years of experience in treating neuropathy for patients in Boca Raton, Coral Springs and throughout South Florida. The first thing to remember is that it is a tough process you do not want to do on your own. You want someone who can give you the guidance you need based on their experience. Treatment options are available to help improve your symptoms, even if a permanent fix isn’t possible. There’s no reason why you should deal with the pain and every option should be exhausted.
Alleviating the symptoms patients experience from neuropathy in Coral Springs, Boca Raton, Parkland or anywhere else in South Florida is our main goal. This is done with real personal interaction, one on one time and it begins with setting realistic expectations. You know what to expect before you begin the process of recovery and you will see the progress you are making each time you come in for neuropathy treatment. That’s the dedication you get from our team and will receive every time you walk into our Parkland facility.
Now if you’ve done any kind of research online about neuropathy, you know it’s not something that you just get rid of. If you have a bad case of it, it’s usually something that is going to just get worse. I am a chiropractor, but I study the nerves, and the nervous system, so I understand a lot more than a lot of medical doctors do about your nervous system. And as a chiropractic doctor and I don’t give you drugs to cover up some of your symptoms of neuropathy. That’s not what I do. So how can I help you get out of pain, even if you have a bad case of neuropathy? Well let me make this very simple for you. I’ve been practicing for 17 years, and over that time, I’ve found out a few things that make a huge difference when someone has pain, numbness, tingling, balance problems etc from neuropathy.
1. First of all, you could dehydrated. I mean they’re not drinking enough water. And not just water, good pH balanced water. If you’re dehydrated, your body, especially your nervous system doesn’t function as well as it should.
When it doesn’t function properly, your chances of having some type of pain issue from neuropathy is increased substantially. We’ll talk about water and a few other things when you call in for your FREE Consultation with me.
2.You have to do some type of exercising. That might mean standing on a small device to jar your system. I know that sounds like it might hurt, but any exercise, even walking will help you if you stick with it. I like my patients to buy their own mini trampoline. They can just put their feet on it and have someone else jump on it if they can’t physically jump on it. The point I’m making here is this. You have to have movement, on a daily basis to help your symptoms.
I know a woman who’s in her seventies. She sits in a chair most of the day, then sleeps in that same chair at night. Do you think she’s going to get any better? No, you’re right.
She’s not. She can’t.
Your body was made to move and when you have it sitting in a chair almost 24 hours a day, that is not going to happen. She has neuropathy symptoms, but refuses to do anything. She just more or less sits in her chair.
3. If you’re going to be healthy and slow down neuropathy symptoms, you have to make sure you eat the right things.
If you eat the wrong things, you’re going to make your symptoms worse. I know you may not have heard about this before, but I’ve found out that food, the wrong kind, makes your neuropathy symptoms worse.
4. You have to make sure that you’re not making your neuropathy worse. What do I mean by that?
Simple. If you take statin drugs, you’re most likely making your neuropathy symptoms worse. I’ll talk to you more about this when we sit down and talk at your first consultation. If you schedule an appointment today, make sure you bring a list of all your medications, and surgeries so I can make a note in your medical history that I take on your first visit.
5. Last of all you have to have a good connection from your brain, to all your cells. This happens through something called your nervous system.
I’m going to tell you in simple terms, your nervous system is comprised of mainly your brain, which runs the show, and several trillion cells, which your spinal cord is composed of. Take care of your nervous system, the brain and nervous system and everything functions better, especially if you have neuropathy. If you’re tired of your neuropathy PAIN and you’d like to get some help with that neuropathy pain the right way, and not cover up your neuropathy symptoms, call my office today. You’ll be glad you did because it’s the right thing to do, and there are hundreds of people in this area that will vouch for me. Here’s the phone number to call today.