DIABETIC NEUROPATHY TREATMENT IN ADDISON & TYLER
It can be painful and challenging to manage diabetic neuropathy, and having diabetes puts you at risk for other wide-ranging health problems. At Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas, our team has provided relief to many patients without the use of powerful medications or surgery. Get back to doing what they love and get in touch today for help from a diabetic neuropathy specialist in Addison or Tyler, Texas.
Contact the professionals at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas today to schedule an appointment or to learn about diabetic neuropathy treatment in Addison and Tyler.
Why Are Diabetics at Risk for Neuropathy?
Type 2 diabetes affects hundreds of millions of people across the globe. The disease often negatively impacts quality from its complications, particularly diabetic neuropathy (DN). This type of neuropathy stems from chronically high blood sugar levels – the most common complication in those with diabetes. Almost half of those with diabetes eventually develop peripheral neuropathy per the National Institute of Health, and other research estimates that as many as 70% of diabetics develop the condition.
Long-term exposure to high blood sugar creates damages to the nerves and can lead to sensory problems. Diabetics, in particular, are at high risk of not being able to feel cuts or scrapes in their feet and toes once diabetic neuropathy sets in. This can cause rampant infections that are life-threatening and could necessitate foot or leg amputation if the infection spreads. In extreme cases, it can even cause death. For these reasons, it’s extremely important for people with diabetes to monitor their blood sugar levels very diligently and inspect their feet daily to check for any open sores or cuts.
Treating Diabetic Neuropathy Without Hazardous Drugs
Diabetes can seriously impact your quality of life if complications arise. That’s why it’s essential to manage your diabetes as the first-line treatment for diabetic neuropathy. Our team can improve your symptoms by administering electric cell signaling treatment (ECST) to deliver energy waves to the area where you experience pain to treat it at the source. We use this FDA-approved, physics-based approach not only to treat pain symptoms but to heal your nerve damage so you can have a better life and get back to doing the things you love.
Ready to learn more about our diabetic neuropathy treatments? Contact our team today to book your appointment by calling (972) 441-5634 for Addison, or (903) 326-2507 for Tyler.
Real Patients. Real Stories.
I have been in treatment for six weeks and have had improvement every time I have had a treatment. The staff is outstanding, they are friendly, pleasant and very professional and caring. Everyone at the clinic is always glad to see you and go the extra mile to make sure you feel comfortable. They treat you like family instead of just a patient. Overall this is a great experience, thank you so much for your help.
I began the neuropathy treatments earlier this year and have been very pleased with the ongoing results. The staff at the Tyler Clinic is exceptional and always ready to help make your time there the best experience possible. My neuropathy had progressed to the point that I was in severe pain 2 hours after waking up in the morning, and now I can go all day without that pain! I did not take the pre-treatment injections, but still received great relief and am so thankful that they came to Tyler!
The Neuropathy Center has been so good for me. At first I felt like my feet and legs had gone numb with no feeling in my toes. The color of my ankles and feet didn’t look very good at all. Going thru the sessions at the Neuropathy Center has really helped me. I was able to improve my legs, feet and toes and the nerve endings seemed to come back alive. I have healthy color, feeling in my feet and toes, and much improved circulation. I started feeling a difference in my 2nd or 3rd appointment and I am excited about getting an improvement in what I used to think was something that could not be helped. All the staff have been a great help as they work as such a good team. Thank you for a great experience.