Agent Orange & Other Factors in Peripheral Neuropathy


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We have been able to help Agent Orange exposed veterans and those similarly afflicted with toxic and chemotherapy neuropathy…

Some time ago, we discharged to home care a veteran serviceman with 40% improvement in his PN Symptoms after completing 5 weeks of intensive in-office care.

His history included Agent Orange exposure, and unfortunately Lymphoma.

He was recently post-chemotherapy.

After 3.5 weeks of our in-office care, he was able to stop wearing Lidocaine Patches, and shortly thereafter was able to reduce his Gabapentin (Neurontin) significantly.

He also cut down pain medications substantially.

His care in clinic care was intensive, precisely matching different therapies, plus our component dietary supplements and modifications along the way, topical supplements, different neurostimulation patterns and variations, until the right combination was achieved.

He was discharged to follow-up care after just 5 weeks! Fortunately, we have been able to help many Agent Orange exposed veterans and those similarly afflicted with toxic and chemotherapy neuropathy.

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One thought on “Agent Orange & Other Factors in Peripheral Neuropathy

  1. SherlinDukes on said:

    Types of Peripheral Neuropathy depends on different age groups and medical conditions of a person. Neuropathies are typically classified according to the problems they cause or what is at the root of the damage. Damage to a single peripheral nerve is called mononeuropathy. Physical injury or trauma such as from an accident is the most common cause. Another type is of mechanical neuropathy is Carpal tunnel syndrome, which occurs, when the Median nerve at the wrist is compressed As a result this can cause numbness, unusual sensations and few more symptoms, such as tingling effect.

    Keep posting such information!

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