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Learn about peripheral neuropathy and find effective treatments in the West Valley  

 Phoenix Neuropathy Treatment

Treatments Neuropathy

12409 W Indian School RD, Avondale, AZ 85392

Phone: (623) 547-4727

We wrote the book on treating peripheral neuropathy

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Neuropathy treatments: Acupuncture, ultrasound, laser, non-surgical decompression

There is growing evidence that electronic acupuncture can not only relieve the symptoms of neuropathy, but may also restore nerve function towards normal.  Another promising therapy is low level laser treatment. If acupuncture is the oldest known treatment for neuropathy pain, laser is one of the newest. And just like acupuncture, laser therapy appears to be able to repair the nerve damage caused by neuropathy. If you have neuropathy, these research findings are really exciting news. In addition to these two promising therapies, there are several amino acids, a number of herbs and some other natural substances that appear to stimulate nerve repair and regeneration. By combining several of these promising therapies together we have been able to provide significant relief and long term benefit for our patients suffering from neuropathy.* Acupuncture points have decreased electrical skin resistance that can be measured with a meter. This modern advance in acupuncture wasn't available to the early practitioners of acupuncture. Acupuncture has recently been found to provide relief of the symptoms of neuropathy with the potential to restore nerve function and can even promote nerve re-growth.

Combining acupuncture with laser, ultrasound and other non-traditional  treatments can produce significant relief for patients suffering from neuropathy


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