DO YOU QUALIFY FOR A FREE NEUROPATHY ONLINE WORKSHOP?Join East West this Monday at Noon for a virtual seminar.
Hello! I’m Regan Archibald
LAc, FMP, CSSAc
I know there is alot of confusion regarding neuropathy.
There is alot of information circulating regarding being diagnosed with neuropathy and if there really is a cure.
I am here to tell you that there is hope.
Many of my neuropathy patients find relief from:
- Diabetic nerve pain
- Sharp, electric-like pain
- Difficulty sleeping from leg or foot discomfort
- Burning sensation,
- increased sensitivity,
- and more!
During this free webinar we will be debunking common myths about neuropathy.
What conditions can be treated?
Not a single disease, peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage caused by a number of conditions. Health conditions that can cause peripheral neuropathy include:
- Autoimmune diseases. These include Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, and vasculitis.
- Diabetes. More than half the people with diabetes develop some type of neuropathy.
- Infections. These include certain viral or bacterial infections, including Lyme disease, shingles, Epstein-Barr virus, hepatitis B and C, leprosy, diphtheria, and HIV.
- Inherited disorders. Disorders such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease are hereditary types of neuropathy.
- Tumors. Growths, cancerous (malignant) and noncancerous (benign), can develop on the nerves or press nerves. Also, polyneuropathy can arise as a result of some cancers related to the body’s immune response. These are a form of a degenerative disorder called paraneoplastic syndrome.
- Bone marrow disorders. These include an abnormal protein in the blood (monoclonal gammopathies), a form of bone cancer (myeloma), lymphoma, and the rare disease amyloidosis.
- Other diseases. These include kidney disease, liver disease, connective tissue disorders, and an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).