NEUROPATHY TREATMENT

Neuropathy Breakthrough!

Drugs, Surgeries, & Injections are Failing … We Have the Solution!

Dr. Kelly Hood and the staff of Hood Health & Wellness have a genuine concern for your well-being! Our current healthcare system is set up for the acute care approach.

Acute care meaning, viruses, broken bones, near death injuries, but what it fails at is treating chronic conditions. At Hood Health & Wellness, we thrive off treating the underlying causes of chronic conditions allowing our clients to regain their health back.

Do You Have Peripheral Neuropathy?

This is a disorder of the peripheral nerves–the motor, sensory and autonomic nerves that connect the spinal cord to muscles, skin and internal organs. It usually affects the hands and feet, causing weakness, numbness, tingling, pain, and most debilitating, balance problems. You probably are taking, or have taken, Gabapentin, Neurotin or Cymbalta, and have been told by your doctor you just have to live with the pain. This is not the truth! Peripheral neuropathy’s course is variable; it can come and go, slowly progressing over many years, or it can become severe and debilitating. However, if diagnosed early, peripheral neuropathy can often be controlled and corrected.

Peripheral neuropathy is common. It is estimated that upwards of 24 million Americans suffer from this illness. It can occur at any age, but is more common among older adults. A 1999 survey found that 8-9% of Medicare recipients have peripheral neuropathy as their primary or secondary diagnosis. The annual cost to Medicare exceeds $3.5 billion.

Peripheral neuropathy has always been present, but has not received much attention. Its extent and importance have not yet been adequately recognized. It is apt to be misdiagnosed, or thought to be merely a side effect of another disease like diabetes or cancer or kidney failure. New cutting-edge technology and protocols are available and have been proven to work.

What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

There are many causes of neuropathy. Approximately 30% of neuropathies are “idiopathic,” or of an unknown cause. In another 30% of cases, the cause is diabetes. Other neuropathy causes include autoimmune disorders, tumors, heredity, nutritional imbalances, infections or toxins.

Thousands of people suffer from neuropathy. This condition is a collection of disorders that occurs when nerves of the part of the nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord, known as the peripheral nervous system, are damaged. This is generally referred to as peripheral neuropathy. This happens due to damage to nerve axons, and usually causes pain and numbness in the hands and feet. Traumatic injuries, metabolic disorders, infections, and exposure to toxins are all possible causes, but one of the most common causes of neuropathy is diabetes.

Neuropathy affects both the motor nerves that control muscle movement, and the sensory nerves that detect sensations such as coldness or pain. It is also possible for autonomic neuropathy to affect internal organs including the heart, bladder, blood vessels and intestines.

Peripheral neuropathy gives off a pain described as a burning/tingling sensation. While neuropathy is typically associated with poor nutrition, diabetes and other diseases, and pressure or trauma, there have been many cases of idiopathic neuropathy, which has no known cause.

In the United States, about 20 million people, including more than half of all diabetics, suffer from neuropathy.

We have an innovative and systematic approach to treating neuropathy and getting you back to happy living. If you have already tried other medical therapies such as medications and physical therapy there is a very good chance our system is a good fit for you. Our techniques that address the neurological, metabolic, and nutritional challenges allow us to get rid of chronic symptoms no matter how long they have been there. 

Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms:

  • Numbness in feet
  • Electrical, crawling pain
  • Restless legs
  • Stiffness in the hands or feet
  • Pins and needles sensations
  • Fatigue in the legs
  • Tingling or burning in feet
  • Balance problems
  • Cold feeling in hands or feet
  • Shooting pains in the arms or legs

Peripheral Neuropathy Common Causes:

  • History of Back or Neck Problems (Herniated Discs, Spinal Stenosis…)
  • Sugar Imbalance, History of Sugar Imbalance, Pre-Diabetes, Diabetes
  • Certain Medications (Cholesterol-lowering medications, Chemotherapy)
  • Familial, Genetic, Autoimmune

Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Evaluation Process:

  • Initial Consultation
     You will learn what causes Neuropathy
     Common failing treatments and WHY
     Non-Invasive Treatment Options
  • Complete Evaluation Process with healthcare professional
     Complete evaluation will be completed
     The severity of your neuropathy will be determined
     A program will be designed for you if your case is accepted
  • In-Clinic & Home Programs available upon health evaluation

DR. KELLY HOOD, D.C.

Office Hours

Monday – Thursday

8:00am – 6:00pm

Friday – Sunday

Closed


Hood Health & Wellness

10678 FM 346 East

Flint, TX 75762

(903) 894-4599

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SPECIAL OFFER: $69

NORMALLY $197

“I highly recommend Dr. Hood because he takes great delight in eradicating pain and facilitating true healing. For me, a meniscus tear in my knee resulted in a serious lack of mobility. Through his therapies, my horrible hip, leg, foot, and neck pain are gone! Dr. Hood is a natural-born teacher and shows you how to build your body up to its fullest potential. I’m stronger now. I’m not limited anymore! Best choice I ever made for my health!”

– Suzie H.