Peripheral Neuropathy FAQ

If You Have Questions about Neuropathy – We Can Help!

We bet you’ve been told there’s nothing that can be done to help your peripheral neuropathy, but that’s just not the truth. At Axiom, we can help reverse your “nerve burn rate” with tried-and-true methods that have received highly positive feedback from our patients. Your future isn’t in a wheelchair or a nursing home—not if you take action starting today.

With cutting-edge medical-grade equipment, we’ll stimulate your nerves and increase blood flow so more oxygen can flow through your system, making you feel more rejuvenated. We’ll also empower you by decreasing inflammation and providing a customized therapy plan suited specifically for your needs, including integrating nourishing nutrients into your diet that won’t interact with your medication. To get started, visit us ASAP before the condition becomes too severe to reverse.

Axiom About Neuropathy

Top 5 Most Common Asked Questions!

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Peripheral Neuropathy is nerve damage that causes symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, swelling, or muscle weakness in different parts of the body.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
There are more than 100 types of peripheral neuropathy, each with it’s own set of symptoms and prognosis. Some of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy are:
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer/Chemotherapy
  • Use of Certain Drugs /Medications
  • Excessive Alcohol Intake
  • Poisons, such as insecticides and solvent
  • Injuries
  • Infections
Can Peripheral Neuropathy Be Reversed?
Peripheral Neuropathy can be reversed to an extent. This really depends on the cause and the severity of the nerve damage.
Why Hasn't My Doctor Told Me About This?
The typical medical treatment options for addressing peripheral neuropathy is masking symptoms with medications. Each doctor will only use the tools they are given based on their training. However, masking the symptoms with medications does not address the cause.
What Is Your Success Rate?
Depending on the severity and compliance of each patient, we typically average 30-80% improvement in symptoms if we can accept them into our program.