Diabetic Neuropathy is a disease affecting the nervous system where the consistent high blood sugar levels of diabetics causes damage to nerve in the body. Nearly half of diabetic patients will suffer from some form of nerve damage, typically occurring ten to twenty years after the diabetes diagnosis. Peripheral neuropathy means that nerves in the extremities are damaged. The most benign effect of nerve damage is nerve irritability, which makes the damaged nerve send signals when it shouldn't. This sensation may simply be annoying, such as mild tingling or itching, but it can become very unpleasant or painful. In those cases, people usually describe the sensation of burning, electric shock-like, or pins and needles.
While there is currently no method to cure diabetic neuropathy, methods of treatment to manage pain with Cold Laser, a drug fee healthcare solutions to treat nerve pain effectively without harmful side effects associated with the disease are available at Beach Pain Center.
Here at Beach Pain Center, we utilize cold laser therapy or Low Level Laser Therapy (LLT) to provide our patients with most sophisticated treatment available today. Cold laser is a New revolutionary treatment that has been proven safe and effective by the FDA.
Conditions a Cold Laser or LLT is effective in treatment of:
|Diabetic peripheral Neuropathy||Carpal tunnel Syndrom|
|All Nerve Related Syndrome||Shoulder Pain|
|Neck Pain||Back Pain|
Cold Laser therapy is proven, non-thermal, noninvasive, drug fee healthcare solutions to treat nerve pain effectively without harmful side effects. The secret to the success of cold laser is its unique ability to penetrate deeply into area of pain, stimulating cellular activity, production of endorphins, reduction of scarring, expediting the healing process to reduce inflammation, repair damaged tissue, enhanced tissue remodeling, proliferation of circulation and increased oxygen delivery required in all injured tissues.
**Please note, the Cold laser or LLT is not a replacement for pain medications. Here at Beach Pain Center we DO NOT manage Diabetic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia or Chronic Arthritis Pain with prescription pain medication. Patient should consult with their family physician to be referred out to a specialist such us PM&R, Neurologist, or a physician who manages chronic pain syndrome.
Contact Beach Pain Center today or call 817-831-3388 for a complimentary consultation. Experience the difference our laser therapy program can help in helping you become pain free.