Are you suffering from

PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?

Symptoms may include…

Numbness

Tingling

Prickling

Burning

Peripheral Neuropathy Nerve Damage

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral Neuropathy (“PN”) refers to the conditions that result when nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and spinal cord from and to the rest of the body are damaged or diseased.

How do you Know if you Have Peripheral Neuropathy?

Starting with one of the most thorough examinations Dr. Eade carefully documents your current situation. Often times risk factors for PN include:

Starting with one of the most thorough examinations Dr. Eade carefully documents your current situation.  Often times risk factors for PN include:

What does the doctor do to help?

After the examination, if the doctor can accept your case, he establishes a protocol using cutting edge technology, specialized nutrients and supplements to improve your outcomes.Then as you begin therapy you are monitored for progress.

How does Peripheral Neuropathy occur?

Along with the above risk factors, neuropathy attacks your peripheral sensory nerves starting at your feet or hands and works its way back toward the body.

The condition typically worsens and wraps around your hands and feet in a stocking or semi glove pattern. The same goes with the fingers and the hands.

This is caused by the lack of oxygen to the nerves usually caused by excessive diabetes over long period  of time.  

Typically, procedures that your traditional medical doctor may give you never actually help improve the sensation. But rather use drugs like Lyrica or Gabapentin to help you cope with the problem. Most drugs given to patients with neuropathies are anti-seizure medications that merely dull the loss of sensation. Then as the progression worsens, anti-depressants and eventually hard narcotic pain killers like Oxycontin and even opiates are used. 

The treatments done at our office are unique and specialized to help patients overcome their specific issues. Our goal is to catch the nerves before they become permanently damaged.

Find out why our program is unique and specialized and why our patients are happy with their outcomes. 

(707) 255-6888
Dr. David Eade, D.C.

575 Lincoln Ave Ste. 225 • Napa, CA 94558