7 signs of peripheral neuropathy

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During COVID-19 obesity rates hit an all-time high in the US at over 40%. The obesity rates have contributed to increasing diabetes, neuropathy, and knee problems. Dr. Matt Wood DC, from Life Health Medical Centers, has been helping his patients get out of pain and get back to enjoying life again.

Over 20 million people in the United States suffer from painful, debilitating, peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder that occurs when these nerves malfunction because they’re damaged or destroyed. This disrupts the nerves’ normal functioning. They might send signals of pain when there’s nothing causing pain, or they might not send a pain signal even if something is harming the body. There are 7 key symptoms to pay attention to:

  1. Burning
  2. Tingling
  3. Numbness
  4. Pins and needles
  5. Balance issues
  6. Cramping
  7. Hypersensitivity

If you or a loved one is suffering from neuropathy and has been prescribed a medication like Lyrica, Neurontin, or Cymbalta, there is an alternative. Amazing research has now shown, that neuropathy symptoms can be reversed in as little as one week. At Life Health Medical Centers, highly trained doctors are using a cutting edge treatment and successfully slowing and often reversing the disease, without addictive medications. 

Neuropathy Reversal Process:

  1. Reduce Inflammation
  2. Restore vital nutrients
  3. Instilling proper circulation
  4. Activate the body’s natural healing process
  5. Stimulate proper nerve transmission

If you would like to learn how Life Health Medical Centers can reverse your neuropathy symptoms without prescriptions or addictive medications, call 801-938-4280 now.

The first 25 callers get an in-depth consultation and nerve screening absolutely FREE. Call 801-938-4280 now or visit Life Health Medical Centers now.

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