Broomfield, Colorado

Peripheral Neuropathy

An estimated 30 million Americans are suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy today. Peripheral neuropathy refers to the many conditions that involve damage to the peripheral nervous system, which sends signals between the brain and the spinal column and all other parts of the body.

The typical treatments of medications have not slowed the progression as 3 million new cases are diagnosed each year. In our clinic, we utilized treatments that have helped hundreds of patients to become pain free, with a 100% drug free, safe, and proven method. This revolutionary treatment, if you are a candidate, is FDA cleared and covered by Medicare and Most Major Insurance.

Benefits of Peripheral Neuropathy treatments

Our breakthrough Peripheral Neuropathy treatments have amazing benefits, including:

  • Reducing pain in hands and feet
  • Improved relaxation
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced inflammation

  • Increased ability to exercise
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Avoidance of unnecessary medications

Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

There are numerous causes of peripheral neuropathy. The most causes are Diabetes, Idiopathic, Chemo-induced, HIV related and other toxins. It’s estimated that between 60%-70% of diabetics have peripheral neuropathy. Under managed Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) is the most common cause of lower limb amputations in the United States. 54,000 diabetics have amputations per year, even more shocking is the fact that 75% of amputations are preventable. The estimated cost to treat chronic complications such as DPN is $58 billion per year.

Additionally, it’s estimated that between 30%-40% of all cancer patients have Chemo-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CPIN). CIPN is caused by chemotherapy drugs used in cancer treatments. Chemotherapy is hardest on sensory nerves because they are more sensitive than motor. The onset and resolutions of symptoms varies greatly, and can even be delayed weeks, months or even years. Idiopathic peripheral neuropathy has no no known cause and can be related to other health conditions. 23% of all Peripheral Neuropathy cases have no known cause but can be treated with or FDA approved programs. Additionally, immune system disorders, repetitive stress, alcohol abuse, vitamin deficiency, toxic substances such as agent orange can all bve risk factors for developing Peripheral neuropathy.

Symptoms of Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is a chronic debilitating disease that typically affects the sensory nervous system. The early it is diagnosed the better the treatment outcomes will be for full recovery. Peripheral neuropathy typical symptoms are numbness, prickling or tingling, sharp electric pain, burning pain, cramping and discomfort, hurts to walk, balance problems, diabetic neuropathy, restless leg syndrome and arthritis.

FDA Approved Treatment for Neuropathy

Fox Integrated Healthcare LLC utilizes a breakthrough approach to healing and treating peripheral neuropathy that helps our patients avoid unnecessary medications gabapentin, neurontin and lyrica. We utilize the RST Sanexas Neo-Gen series which uses a technique called electric cell signaling, based on the physics of resonance. Resonance is the electrical cell signaling between cells. When these cells are optimized and correctly tuned, intercellular communication is normalized.
Our customized treatments combine RST Neo-Gen series treatments with TRT Shockwave therapy, PRP injections, Vitamin injections, Class IV laser treatments, Physical therapy, nutritional and lifestyle consultations and mechanical spine and extremity treatments.

Neuropathy: Frequently Asked Questions

Many patients will see results in just a few visits. But on average peripheral neuropathy can take from 6 weeks to 12 months to fully heal. Peripheral Neuropathy treatments in our office typically are 2 visits per week for 8 to 12 weeks.

Our consultations are free! If we recommend an examination, it is based on your insurance or we offer affordable self pay options as well.

We see over an 85% success treating peripheral neuropathy patients with our advanced full neuropathy program.

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