How is Peripheral Neuropathy Treated?

If you have neuropathy, you know how painful it can be. The sudden pain may come and go, or it may be a steady companion throughout the day. Either way, it makes it hard to concentrate on work or enjoy your hobbies. It can even be difficult to get a good night’s sleep because of the pain. Fortunately, there are a number of different ways to deal with neuropathy. One of the newest and most effective type of neuropathy treatment is known as Sanexas. This treatment involves using electrical signals to help the body repair the damage caused by neuropathy

How Does Sanexas Work?

Sanexas treatment makes use of an electric cell signaling system. This system sends different energy into your body at different wavelengths. These low- and mid-frequency signals are mixed with AM and FM signals. When these frequencies hit your nerve cell membranes and the tissue around them, it creates a vibration that helps the cells repair themselves. This harmonic vibration helps the damaged areas heal.

Sanexas is a completely non-invasive neuropathy treatment option. Your treatments will be done at our offices. You’ll have small electrodes attached to the affected part of your body. The pulses you feel might cause a tingling feeling, but they won’t hurt and will give you pain relief. Despite the terms used, you’re not actually being electrocuted.

How the Body Reacts to Sanexas

During your Sanexas treatment, your cells will begin to repair the damaged caused by neuropathy. This isn’t the only benefit to Sanexas, though. Over time, your body will begin responding to the treatments in a number of other ways. Your pH levels will normalize. Your cells will begin communicating better. This helps to improve your immune system. If your neuropathy is caused by a condition such as diabetes that could have weakened your immune system, this will greatly help you battle off other diseases.

Is Sanexas TENS Therapy?

While Sanexas is similar to using a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation or TENS device, it’s not the same. A TENS unit uses electrical impulses to basically overload your nerves. This means they aren’t able to send as many pain signals to the brain, so you don’t hurt. They do also stimulate endorphins, which have a number of benefits. However, Sanexas treatments go above and beyond TENS therapy. The signals created by the Sanexas ultra-high frequency generator are more effective at treating neuropathy, while a TENS unit is more aimed at simply masking the pain.

Is Sanexas Enough to Cure Your Neuropathy?

While Sanexas will certainly help with your neuropathy, it may not necessarily be able to “cure” it. That’s because neuropathy is usually a symptom of another condition rather than the main condition itself. Diabetics with neuropathy will need to get their blood sugar under control in order to completely deal with neuropathy. If your neuropathy is caused by a vitamin deficiency or imbalance, it won’t fully vanish until you have that deficiency corrected.  You may find that you’ll need to make lifestyle changes to improve your neuropathy as well.

However, Sanexas can be invaluable in helping you control the pain and reduce the risk of permanent injury. It can form a part of your overall treatment plan to combat the pain you’re in while also addressing the root source of the neuropathy.

Patients who have undergone Sanexas treatment often report finding it easier to sleep, work, and do other activities with less pain. The inflammation in their extremities often lessens after just one treatment. It’s much easier to focus on treating the cause of your neuropathy if you’re not constantly distracted by the pain it causes.

Contact Us Today to Learn if Sanexas is Right for You

If you’re interested in learning more about Sanexas and how it can help your neuropathy, contact Fox Integrated Healthcare today.