An already overburdened health care system can expect major increases in the long-term complications of type 2 diabetes, which include neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy, ulcers, amputations, and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.

Don't Let Neuropathy Slow You Down


Neuropathy is a disease that affects over 20 million Americans. It’s known for causing numbness, muscle weakness, pain, and tingling in the affected area. Neuropathy can have a wide variety of conditions, but one of the most common reasons for neuropathy is diabetes. Diabetes can damage nerves, and it can also weaken the walls of capillaries that deliver blood flow. This can result in a disruption of blood flow that can lead to neuropathy and slow healing wounds. These conditions also usually get worse with time and age, which is why it’s important to seek treatment as soon as possible. Here at Neuropathy & Diabetes Relief Center, we have the technology, expertise, and staff to treat your neuropathy through non invasive medical means.

What is Neuropathy? Not only should you know...You should do something about it

When nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and spinal cord from and to the rest of the body become damaged or ill, this condition is known as peripheral neuropathy.

The fringe nerves make up an unpredictable organization that interfaces the mind and spinal rope to the muscles, skin, and inward organs. Dermatomes, or lines in the body, are where peripheral nerves exit the spinal cord and are arranged. Dermatomes, which can be mapped to specific parts of the body, are typically affected when a nerve is damaged. In addition to impairing muscle movement, preventing normal sensation in the arms and legs, and causing pain, damage to these nerves disrupts communication between the brain and other parts of the body.

Treatment For Metabolic Disorder

Insulin Resistance Reversal

When cells in your liver, muscles, and fat do not respond well to insulin and are unable to use glucose from your blood for energy, you have insulin resistance. Your pancreas makes more insulin to make up for it. Your blood sugar levels rise over time.

Obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes are all symptoms of insulin resistance syndrome. One in three Americans may be affected. It may also be referred to as metabolic syndrome.

Excessive blood sugars can create the following symptoms:

 

 

Other Signs May Include...

-A waistline over 40 inches in men and 35 inches in women
-Blood pressure readings of 130/80 or higher
-A fasting glucose level over 100 mg/dL
-A fasting triglyceride level over 150 mg/dL
-A HDL cholesterol level under 40 mg/dL in men and 50 mg/dL in women
-Skin tags
-Patches of dark, velvety skin called acanthosis nigricans

Complications of Insulin Resistance

If metabolic syndrome goes untreated, it could lead to:

  • Severe high blood sugar
  • Severe low blood sugar
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Kidney disease
  • Eye problems
  • Cancer
  • Alzheimer’s disease

 

ABOUT US

We Have A Passion For What We Do

A good medical center has specialized, well-trained doctors who listen to their patients and care about them. That and more are provided to patients at Neuropathy & Diabetes Relief Centers . There are specialists in a wide range of treatments and procedures at our office. We are able to meet all of your requirements because we serve Fort Myers FL and the surrounding area. We do it every day!

We Provide Compassion, Support, And Healing


We understand that every patient and every wound is unique. We always take the time to get to know each of our patients to understand the specific health conditions that lead to their non-healing wounds. Our goal is to not only heal your wounds but keep you wound-free. We look at the causes and conditions that brought about your slow healing wounds to help treat your wound at the source and keep you from experiencing chronic recurring wounds.

Reversing Insulin Resistance

We can see you in a couple different ways. We accept most Major Medical and other forms of payment. Contact a member of our staff to see what is right for you 

Doctor Referral

We collaborate with your physician and communicate with them about your treatment, tests, and progress.

Walk-Ins Welcome

No specialist reference required, specialists, nurture professionals, and clinical staff will be accessible to evaluate your clinical necessities.



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12734 Kenwood Lane Unit 44

Ft Myers, FL 33907