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Pain, Numbness, & Tingling in the Hands/Feet
The most common method your doctor will
recommend to treat your neuropathy is with
prescription drugs that may temporarily
reduce your symptoms. These drugs
have generic names such as Gabapentin,
Amitriptyline, or Lyrica and are primarily
antidepresant or antiseizure drugs. These
drugs may cause you to feel uncomfortable
and have a variety of harmful side effects.

Figure 1: Notice the very
small blood vessels
surrounding each nerve.
Peripheral neuropathy is a result of damage
to the nerves often causing weakness, pain,
numbness, tingling, and the most debilitating
balance problems. This damage is commonly
caused by a lack of blood flow to the nerves
in the hands and feet which causes the
nerves to begin to degenerate due to lack of
nutrient flow.

side effects. (see the special neuropathy
severity examination at the end of this
article)

It’s like adding water to a plant and seeing t
he roots grow deeper and deeper.

In order to effectively treat your neuropathy
three factors must be determined.

Figure 2: When these very small
blood vessels become diseased
they begin to shriveled up and
the nerves begin to degenerate.
As you can see in the Figure 2, as the blood
vessels that surround the nerves become
diseased they shrivel up which causes the
nerves to not get the nutrients needed to
survive. When these nerves begin to “die”
they cause you to have balance problems,
pain, numbness, tingling, burning, and many
additional symptoms.
The main problem is that your doctor has
told you to just live with the problem or
try the drugs which you don’t like taking
because they make you feel uncomfortable.
There are now facilities right here in your
area that offer you hope without taking those
endless drugs with serious

1) What is underlying cause?
2) How much nerve damage has been
sustained.
Note: Once you have sustained 85% nerve
loss, there is nothing that we can do for you.
3) How much treatment will your condition
require?
The treatment that is provided at
Carolinas Regenerative Medicine
has three main goals:
1) Increase blood flow
2) Stimulate small fiber nerves
3) Decrease brain-based pain
Our treatment uses a unique blend of
electrical stimulation and other modalities to
allow the blood vessels to grow back around
peripheral nerves and provide them with
proper nutrients to heal and repair.

Figure 3: The blood vessels will
grow back around the nerves
much like a plant’s roots grow
when watered.
The amount of treatment needed to allow the
nerves to fully recover varies from person
to person and can only be determined
after a detailed neurological and vascular
evaluation. As long as you have not sustained
85% nerve damage, then your condition can
be treated.

Our medical team will perform a FREE NEUROPATHY CONSULTATION for the next 15 people that call our office.
If you qualify, you’ll have the chance to receive a neuropathy severity examination consisting of a detailed sensory
evaluation, extensive peripheral vascular testing, and a detailed analysis of the findings of your neuropathy.

Carolinas Regenerative Medicine will be offering this complimentary neuropathy consultation
for the next 15 callers.

Call Us Today at:

(828) 270-7460
TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO DETERMINE IF
YOUR PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY CAN BE TREATED.

The great news is that our basic nerve pain treatment protocol is
now covered by Medicare Part B!
You literally have nothing to lose but your pain!

1661 Davie Avenue
Statesville, NC 28677

www.CarolinasRegenMed.com

1661 DAVIE AVE, STATESVILLE, NC 28677

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