About Peripheral Neuropathy

The nervous system is a wide range of neural networks that allow communication between the brain and the rest of the body.
These web-like networks can be seen as electrical lines that send signals to specific areas of the body and back up to the brain for communication. When these electrical lines required for communication get distorted or lost, patients experience a wide range of symptoms depending on the source of the problem.

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Diabetic neuropathy, nerve damage stemming from chronic diabetes, is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy in the United States. Neuropathy can also result from other causes like chemotherapy, injury, surgery infections, or exposure to certain toxins.
Most commonly, peripheral neuropathy symptoms initially present in the feet and hands and will progress closer to the trunk as the condition worsens.

Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy vary widely depending on the cause and may include:

    Numbness, Tingling, Burning
    Swelling & Discoloration
    Heaviness/ "dead feeling"
    Loss of balance
    Difficulty Sleeping
    Peripheral nerve damage can have life-threatening complications, and currently, the most common cause for lower extremity amputation is due to diabetic neuropathy.


What can NexGenEsis do?

We offer a scientific and comprehensive approach to reverse neuropathy symptoms through lifestyle changes without using medications. Conventional treatments might include nerve pain and anti-seizure medications like Gabapentin or Lyrica, pain medications like oxycodone, anti-depressants like amitriptyline, and pain-relieving creams. However, these methods commonly address only a small part of the whole disease.
Here, at NexGenEsis Healthcare, we use cutting-edge technology and procedures with the latest studies used by NASA astronauts and Cancer Centers of America to put together a complete nerve rejuvenation program customized for you. We speak the language of the nerves, from nutrition to blood vessel formation, through natural ways without medication or surgery. We have helped countless patients suffering from neuropathy symptoms regain independence and improve their quality of life.



As the condition progresses, there comes a point in time when we are unable to help. Please, call us for a consultation, and let's get you back on your feet.