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diabetic & peripheral neuropathy
Click below to follow the docu-series on a patient who suffered for two years with debilitating CIPN, chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy. Follow her journey of recovery in literally just two visits.
Peripheral Neuropathy is a progressive disease of the nervous system that causes numbness, tingling, burning and sharp pain in hands, feet, and toes. It can also cause restless leg syndrome, chronic lower back pain, and sciatica. Millions of people are dealing with this debilitating condition that leads to sleepless nights and a total disruption of your quality of life. Unfortunately, it can get worse over time.
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The peripheral nerve comes out through the spinal cord and goes to your extremities – hands, legs, feet, and toes. Damage of the small nerves that go to the hands, feet, and toes will cause numbness, tingling, burning, and sharp pain. Many with peripheral neuropathy are diabetic, or are taking statin drugs (treating cholesterol), or are chemotherapy patients. We see many people that are frustrated and not knowing where to turn – they’ve tried drugs and treatments with no relief.
ATL Pain Institute provides state of the art technology for pain relief that can restore quality of life to what you deserve. FDA cleared low level light therapy increases the circulation around the damaged nerves and it brings those nerves back on line. We see amazing results and patients have a 90% satisfaction rate.
ATL Pain Institute’s pre-screening during the initial exam gives indicators which patients will respond to treatment. Pain relief is a phone call away. We are available at (770) 285-7246 (770-ATL-PAIN) to give you more details and to set up an appointment at one of our convenient locations.
We encourage you to contact us if you need help. Come in today and take advantage of a New Patient Consultation and Therapies promotion for Georgia residents!
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