Imagine your Life without the Pain of Peripheral Neuropathy.
A New Clinical Study confirms that a person 55 years of age and older can be treated successfully for peripheral neuropathy by a physician without drugs and surgery.
Any physician at the Ethos Health Group in Columbia knows that neuromuscular disorders need to be treated. They also believe you deserve better than unsuccessful surgeries, overprescribed medications, and ineffective supplements when it comes to treating your peripheral neuropathy symptoms.
At our Neuropathy Clinic, we have developed an effective, non-surgical option to Neuropathy Treatment.
We’ve seen many a doctor rushing patients out the door without really listening. Or worse, a doctor telling patients, “you’ll just have to live with the pain.” This is poor practice. This diagnosis isn’t always true. An Ethos Health Group doctor believes you deserve the best quality care possible and will exhaust every option to get you the help you need.
Columbia Neuropathy Treatment
Ethos Health Group – Columbia, MD
Address: 10840 Little Patuxent Parkway Suite 105 Columbia, MD 21044
Monday – 8AM- 5:30PM
Tuesday -8AM- 5:30PM
Wednesday – 8AM- 5:30PM
Thursday – 8AM- 5:30PM
Friday – 8AM- 5:30PM
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy usually develops from a lack of blood flow nourishing your peripheral nerves, like a tree that’s not getting enough water. When this happens the protective coating around the sensory nerves begins to deteriorate, leading to numbness, tingling, and pain. This makes them less effective at receiving information from the brain or spinal cord.
As the process of Peripheral Neuropathy progresses, the nerves in the feet begin to die off, weakness ensues, the potential loss of various sensations, control or balance problems begin to develop, and frequent falls can become a daily risk. There are other conditions one can develop due to neuropathy apart from poor muscle movement. One such example is developing an inability to sweat leading to a heat intolerance. That is why it is so important to be seen by a qualified physician as soon as possible.
Any person may develop neuropathy at some point in their life. However, there are signs that point to those who are more likely to develop neuropathy. Those who struggle with diabetes, excess weight, or alcohol abuse have an increased risk of developing the condition. The elderly also have an increased risk. All of these and others are reasons for developing neuropathy.
Often times, many patients with neuropathy symptoms are given prescription medications by a physician. These may be Gabapentin, Lyrica, or Cymbalta, which focus on masking your symptoms, not treating the source.
Symptoms of Neuropathy
- Pain, tingling, cramps, and numbness in the toes, hands, feet, legs or elsewhere
- Loss of Balance and coordination
- Skin sensitivity
- Burning sensations
- Increased heart rate
- Muscle loss
- Kidney damage
- Low blood sugar symptoms
- Issues with Digestion
- Bladder and urinary tract irritation
- Sexual dysfunction in both men and women
- Drop of blood pressure after standing
- Heavy night sweating, the inability to regulate internal temperature or complete lack of perspiration
Watch the video below to see how our Neuropathy Treatment has helped!
The first step of our neuropathy treatment process is determining how much nerve damage is present, and if your condition can still be treated.
We perform a non-invasive series of tests that tell us just how much sensation has been lost, and what options exist for you. This Neuropathy Severity Exam will show us if your neuropathy reached the “point of no return”, or if you can benefit from our treatment program, which consists of cutting-edge, non-invasive therapies designed to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) to help reverse nerve damage in the feet or hands.
As sensation begins to improve your physician or medical team of healthcare providers develops a customized balance program to give you the confidence you need to not live in fear of falling.
For tougher neuropathy treatment cases your Ethos Health Group physician may also utilize our NeuroRegen-CT injections, which combine platelet rich plasma (PRP) with platelet derived growth factors from your own blood.
These natural regenerative procedures help support blood vessel and nerve growth to safely reverse damage from peripheral neuropathy.
Get the treatment you deserve. Schedule an appointment with an Ethos Health Group Neuropathy Doctor in Columbia. These experts and will review your case, answer your questions and educate you about your treatment options.
Call 1-866-457-3443 or click the button below.