Advances via Laser in Peripheral Neuropathy (Nerve Pain) Treatment

Peripheral neuropathy treatment by laserLaser therapy is becoming a leading force in treating Peripheral Neuropathy. With all the medical advances we have today, doctors still lack any effective treatments for this kind of nerve damage. Doctors are reduced to masking the pain and symptoms of the disease with medications. Laser therapy has proven to be very effective in treating this disease; significantly reducing reported patient pain and numbness. Peripheral neuropathy, a result of damage to your peripheral nerves, often causes weakness, numbness and pain, usually in your hands and feet.

Peripheral Neuropathy is a disease caused by damage to the sensory nervous system. This includes all nerves outside of the spinal cord. The most common cause is Diabetes. Although other issues such as kidney problems, vitamin deficiencies, alcoholism and statin use have been know to cause neuropathic problems. Many people that have received chemotherapy treatments also develop neuropathy. Peripheral Neuropathy usually presents itself with burning pain, numbness and loss of coordination in the legs, arms or both. Sensory loss is also an indication commonly starting in the fingers and toes then progressively moving up into the extremities. There can also be visible color changes in a patient’s skin tone; looking like a patchy dark tan, red and/or purple tones to the skin color. Many people with this problem experience an increase in pain at night right before bedtime. Peripheral neuropathy can become so debilitating that people lose their ability to perform normal daily tasks such as buttoning a shirt, walking to the bathroom or driving a car.

Medical technology is now starting to make great advances in treating this progressive and chronic disease through non-invasive, high-level laser therapy. Treatment with laser is a highly effective option for people who have Peripheral Neuropathy. Patients begin to regain feeling in there extremities after just one treatment. Lasers work by transmitting photon energy over the affected area. The photon energy increases circulation relieving burning pain associated with the affected area. Increased circulation, among other things helps to regenerate sensory nerves. Laser treatment is repeated in a series of 20 to 30 minute sessions for 6 to 8 weeks. There is no burning, cutting or cellular damage involved with this non-invasive laser treatment. In fact, most patients report a warm relaxing feeling while undergoing treatment.

Laser therapy is a new innovative approach to pain care. Patients suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy now have options that can relieve their pain and numbness without medication. The body starts to heal itself from the very first session and lasting pain relief is now a possibility. Laser therapy is a non-invasive and safe pain relieving option. Patients finish therapy sessions with lasting pain relief and a smile. Laser Pain Care is proud to be able to offer such an effective treatment with an FDA clearance of non-significant risk, which means it’s very safe.

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