Reach out, ask for the best neuropathy and chronic pain treatment plans, and then execute.
This is a question, which is all too common in the neuropathy clinic. And this is, after all unfortunate. The real answer is “That depends.”
You see, as we have discussed in many previous articles, peripheral neuropathy and chronic pain are oftentimes the manifestation of other diseases.
Sometimes they are the result of toxic exposures. Sometimes, they are the result of years of neglect. Or perhaps, an accident.
But most often, regardless of what caused your peripheral neuropathy and chronic pain, and how long it’s been there, there are things that can be done in the clinic, and at home which can make an enormous difference in the quality of your life.
And this is no small statement. The ability to walk further, sleep much better, reduce medications with significant side effects are oftentimes reality for the vast majority of patients with neuropathy and chronic pain that we treat.
One of the key reasons for this, is we won’t let just anybody become a patient. Because we know that you will fail to get better if you don’t follow advice.
For peripheral neuropathy and chronic pain patients, this treatment includes correct applications of homecare, including neurostimulation, dietary supplementation, and things like massage therapy and exercise.
This also means, working with all your physicians, as a team. Taking care of all your underlying health issues together produces the best results, and outcomes!
So, it’s all up to you.
Reach out, ask for the best neuropathy and chronic pain treatment plans, and then execute. After all, cutting-edge care is available from true neuropathy and chronic pain specialists like our NeuropathyDR® family of clinicians. And in our clinics, finances are never an excuse.
Our ND clinicians will always go to great lengths to help!
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