Peripheral Neuropathy Support

Are you suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy? This condition is often misdiagnosed, or not all all. But, it affects the lives of between 10 and 20 million Americans. Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include:
  • Numbness / Burning pain
  • Leg cramping
  • Sharp, electrical-like pain
  • Difficulty sleeping due to leg and foot discomfort
  • Pain when you walk
  • Prickling or tingling feelings of the hands and feet
If you suffer from one or more of the problems above, you may have diabetic or peripheral neuropathy. In the past, patients have been left to suffer from the pain and foot complications associated with peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is a disease of the nerves and can be caused by many reasons. Even if you don’t have Diabetes you may still suffer from the problems of peripheral neuropathy. Only 30% of peripheral neuropathy is caused by Diabetes. Before now, the treatment options for most patients were only medications and more medications. Oral medications only mask the problems of diabetic or peripheral neuropathy. Our new treatment is a combination of pain management procedures with breakthrough technology that aids in healing. The effects of the program can be felt on the first visit. Our physicians will also provide you with an accurate diagnosis through state of the art diagnostics to ensure proper diagnosis of your peripheral neuropathy and to give you the relief you are looking for.

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Dr. L. Anthony Sears is licensed by the Pastoral Medical Association to provide natural health services to individuals registered in the Member Share Network.  All information on this website is intended solely for registered members of the network and for individuals interested in learning more about natural health services.  If you wish to receive services, member registration is free and may be completed on-line here.  Note that if you have a complaint on our services or wish to check the status of our license you should contact the Pastoral Medical Association.