Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy

Is there a cure for Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy?

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we recognize the challenges faced by individuals living with Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy. While a definitive cure for this condition may not currently exist, there is a ray of hope with the emergence of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy as a remarkable treatment option.

Calmare® Scrambler Therapy: A Breakthrough Treatment

Calmare® Scrambler Therapy utilizes cutting-edge technology and a groundbreaking approach to pain management. By precisely targeting the damaged nerves, this therapy effectively “scrambles” the pain signals sent by the nerves, interrupting the sensation of pain. Through this innovative therapy, the painful signals are replaced with non-painful sensations, providing immediate relief and potentially improving nerve function.

One of the significant benefits of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy is its ability to offer immediate and long-lasting pain relief. Many individuals with this condition experience chronic and debilitating pain that significantly impacts their quality of life. Calmare® Scrambler Therapy has shown promising results in providing substantial pain reduction, allowing individuals to regain control over their daily activities and improve their overall well-being.

 

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we specialize in providing comprehensive care and expertise in Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for individuals with Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy. Our team of experts is dedicated to offering personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs.

Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetes, a prevalent chronic medical condition impacting over 537 millions of individuals worldwide and 34.2 million in the United States, often gives rise to various complications. Among these, 60-70% will develop peripheral neuropathy, a type of nerve damage affecting the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord, stands out as one of the most common. This condition is primarily caused by chronically elevated blood sugar levels, which can impair the function of nerves resembling electrical wires that transmit signals from the brain to different parts of the body, including muscles, skin, and organs.

When nerves suffer damage due to prolonged exposure to high blood sugar, their ability to transmit signals efficiently is compromised resulting in diabetic nerve pain. Studies indicate that approximately 60-70% of individuals with diabetes will eventually develop nerve damage in diabetes rusulting in peripheral neuropathy over their lifetime.

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy specifically affects the peripheral nerves in the arms, hands, legs, and feet. It stems from the detrimental effects of diabetes, because of consistently high glucose levels in the blood, progressively damaging the nerves over time. Consequently, the affected areas may experience impaired sensation and movement due to nerve damage, leading to a range of distressing symptoms. If left untreated, these symptoms can exacerbate and intensify as the condition progresses.

Symptoms of Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy:

Numbness and tingling in hands, arms, feet, legs feel like glove and stockings

Burning, stabbing, or shooting pain in the affected areas

Weakness

Loss of balance and coordination that can result in difficulty with walking or activities of daily living

Poor blood flow

Difficulty feeling hot or cold

Loss of sensation to feet that result in ulcers or wounds