Why do proven neuropathy treatments only work sometimes and for only some patients?
What you should do, if your neuropathy treatment isn’t working for you.
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Hi I am Dr. George Kukurin, licensed to practice chiropractic & acupuncture. I’m
also one of a few chiropractic physicians who are Diplomats of the American Chiropractic
Academy of Neurology. I have a keen interest in conditions of the nervous system,
like peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy, idiopathic and other types of neuropathy.
I am a former faculty member of the Post Graduate Neurology Department of Parker
College. I literally wrote the book on effective neuropathy treatments and have presented
my techniques of neuropathy treatment at Johns Hopkins Medical School and at the
Peripheral Nerve Society scientific meeting. I have post-graduate education from
the Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins and the Mayo Clinic. I even traveled to
Russian to learn laser acupuncture treatments for neuropathy and to Mexico to study
nerve regeneration treatments. The treatments we have pioneered for our neuropathy
patients have produced some amazing results. They have been seen on local Fox and
ABC newscasts and published in medical journals indexed in the National Library of
Medicine. I have been studying and practicing alternative medicine methods for over
20 years. Find out how we help our patients suffering from various forms of neuropathy.
Acupuncture treatment for neuropathy.
Acupuncture has been used to treat various forms of neuropathy for thousands of years.
And for the right patient and applied in the correct manner, acupuncture can really
reduce the symptoms of neuropathy. In fact some studies suggest than treating neuropathy
with acupuncture might even stimulate the re-growth of damaged nerves. Other studies
of acupuncture suggest that this ancient therapy can and does normalize nerve conduction
tests. These tests are sensitive nerve tests that can determine how well or badly
a nerve is working. They actually are so sensitive that they can tell if a patient
has neuropathy even before the patient has any symptoms of the disease. They also
are sued to tell if neuropathy is getting worse, staying about the same or getting
better. So the possibility that acupuncture might help to repair damaged nerves and
reverse abnormal nerve function in neuropathy patients is really exciting news. There
are many different types and styles of acupuncture, to learn more visits our sister
web site dedicated to acupuncture. (click here)