Stop living with diabetic nerve pain
Diabetic Nerve Pain is severe, constant, and caused by diabetes. It may start as a tingling feeling, followed by numbness and pain. But there are two key points that everyone with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy should know:
- Controlling your blood sugar can keep the pain from getting worse and improve your health.
Nutrition Is Key
Nutrition is a major component of the overall functionality of the human body. Neuropathy and Diabetic Nerve Pain can stem from issues related to your diet. Given that, it isn’t surprising that many people who have diabetes also suffer from peripheral neuropathy. Our nutritionist will provide you with sound advice to help get your body running optimally and free of pain.
Start With Blood Sugar
If you have diabetes and peripheral neuropathy, start with a consultation to find solutions to managing your blood sugar levels. Once you’re doing all you can to keep your blood sugar in check — including diet, meal planning, exercise, and medication — ask the doctor which pain treatment could best relieve the rest of your symptoms.
Peripheral Neuropathy considered a disease or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves. It results when nerves (sensory, motor & autonomic) traveling through your spine, up to your brain, have suffered damaged or are diseased. It is typically accompanied by weakness, numbness, and/or pain most commonly in the hands and feet. However, Peripheral neuropathy can occur in other areas of the body as well.
What’s Different At Integrated Wellness
Come find out why it’s life-changing to be a patient at Integrated Wellness. There are 6 Key Advantages in joining our movement to Get Well, Be Well and Live Well and rid yourself of Diabetic Nerve Pain.
Integrated Wellness Way:
We offer a world-class exam that finds the root cause of your pain and a customized diet and nutrition plan.
We have an Integrated approach combining the best of the natural and medical world.
We listen to you.
We design a plan that is tailored to your needs.
We explain things in a way that makes sense to you, and is free of medical jargon.
We respect your time.
That’s our commitment to you!
Six Phases Of Care
When you come in as a new patient we first schedule a consult to see if you are a candidate for our program. If you are a candidate we will schedule a comprehensive exam where we find the root cause of your pain. The doctors will customize your pathway to health and take you through our proven Six Phases of Care.
Phase one is getting you out of pain/inflammation with a combination of in-office and at-home care. We will provide the proper supplements, hydration, salts, hot/cold therapy, and diet plans.
Phase two is healing red tissue offering electrical muscle stimulation, laser therapy, trigger point injections, massage, and proper stretching.
Phase three involves the rehabilitation phase healing white tissue through disc decompression, joint injections, restorative medicine techniques.
Phase four restores your body’s structure through chiropractic care, traction, and molding.
Phase five is neuromuscular re-education reflexes, with body weights, and getting the body to remain in its proper adjusted state.
Phase six is stabilization, now that you have inflammation under control, tissues are healed, the structure is restored, the muscular system is functioning properly then we can stabilize. You will learn specific exercises designed for your condition and balance training, optimizing your final results.
The proof is in the results. Don’t just take our word for it. Listen to our happy patients that are breathing easier thanks to our Integrated Wellness team.
“My feet had been hurting for quite a while, I finally had no more feeling in my feet and my biggest concern was that while driving I couldn’t feel if my foot was pushing on the brake, and I almost ran into my house. My daily life was a struggle so I decided to start treatments. Three weeks into my program I could feel the carpet under my feet for the first time in years. I continued to feel improvement, now I’m up to 60% feeling in my feet and I’m not done with my plan yet. I feel better, I’m more confident in my driving and walking, I have my life back. Thank you!”