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Busch Chiropractic Pain Center in Fort Wayne Introduces Cutting edge Protocol for Treating Soreness, Numbness and Prickling related to Peripheral Neuropathy

About 20 million Americans deal with a prevalent ailment with unbearable effects which they believe to be incurable

 

Fort Wayne, IN– While the highly acclaimed chiropractor does not primarily promote dietary habits he does admit that healthy eating plays a fundamental part in his pain management protocols. Along with treating clients with continuous pain, he also deals with a small number of personal injury patients.

 

Peripheral neuropathy is an exhausting ailment impacting about 20 million Americans who struggle through it with the opinion that they have no hope of a cure. There are a myriad of causes involving diabetic issues, vitamin insufficiency, cancer treatment, alcohol dependency, prescription medicines, exposure to Agent Orange and other war toxins, spinal stenosis and autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Peripheral Neuropathy conditions can include pain, weakness or cramping in the feet and legs, burning sensation in the legs, feet and hands, stinging in toes, feet, hands, arms and fingers, extreme sensitivity to touch, poor coordination and pain med addiction to name a few.

 

Issues related to peripheral neuropathy can vary according to the source of the nerve damage. Some could be deadly. The scary fact is one of the most common causes of death in people over the age of 60 is a broken hip or concussion resulting from losing their balance caused by loss of feeling in the feet and legs. Other issues include open wounds which are slow to improve as a result of the insufficiency of blood supply, walking and balance issues from lack of feeling in the feet, trouble going to sleep because of pain or tingling and even gangrene and tissue death leading to amputation. Early diagnosis and treatment is vital in keeping these problems from growing into serious and perhaps fatal problems.

 

Dr. Busch has cared for many patients suffering with peripheral neuropathy. Generally, many are older and have sought a wide array of remedies including dangerous medicines and uncomfortable treatments. He manages to resolve the painful symptoms accompanied by peripheral neuropathy with a rewarding, non-invasive, drug-free approach that works with light therapy to promote tissue repair merged with some dietary and physical therapy.

 

About Busch Chiropractic Pain Center:

Established in 1996, Busch Chiropractic Pain Center (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Dx4Xzm36rg) is known for their effective and desirable strategy to pain treatment, especially with those dealing with peripheral neuropathy. Dr. Busch has made a phenomenal difference for older individuals who have tried it all, including harmful drugs and uncomfortable testing and therapies and those being cared for by their primary medical doctor and assigned medication with depleting side effects, or worse yet, determined as incurable or told that the malady is the price to pay for life-saving chemotherapy treatment.