Do you suffer chronic Peripheral Neuropathy pain ? Is this debilitating condition destroying your quality of life?
We treat Peripheral Neuropathy using a revolutionary treatment Ozone Regenerative Therapy. We offer a Free Consultation to all new patients to assess your level of Neuropathic damage and suitability for Ozone Regenerative Therapy.
Call our Clinic today on (02) 8607 5052 to learn how you can re-discover a life free from nerve pain.
Our Clinicians have over 20 years experience in the treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy and many types of Nerve Pain. We understand Peripheral Neuropathy treatment can be challenging and requires a different approach. We have experienced great success using a revolutionary new method called Ozone Regenerative Therapy.
Ozone Therapy is a powerful anti-inflammatory and stem cell renewal treatment that simultaneously relieves your pain and regenerates damaged tissue at a cellular level. What this means for you is fast, safe and powerful pain relief - combined with long-term solution to your problem.
We offer a Free Initial Consultation for all new patients to assess your level of Neuropathy damage and will advise if you are a candidate for Ozone Regenerative Therapy. For the right candidate, the results have been nothing short of a miracle.
The Nerve Pain Clinic are pioneers of Ozone Therapy in Australia but we are not the only ones using this incredible technology. Leading clinics throughout the world rely on the power of Ozone Therapy to achieve noticeable improvement in Peripheral Neuropathy.
We offer a Free Initial Consultation to all new patients where we assess your condition and advise if you are the right candidate for Ozone Regenerative Therapy. We recommend bringing your latest MRIs or CT Scans to this appointment so our Specialist can assess your level of nerve damage and if you are the right candidate for our treatment.
If you’re tired of Neuropathic pain controlling your life, call our Clinic today on (02) 8607 5052.
The Peripheral Nervous System is your body’s own internal communications system. Its many nerves are like wires ready to transmit information from your brain to your spinal cord, allowing the message to be transmitted to the different parts of your body. Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition that occurs when there is damage or disease to this intricate system
Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms.
Because your Peripheral Nervous System is responsible for the transmitting of messages to the brain and spinal cord, any damage will interfere with your body’s ability to send and receive messages. Symptoms vary depending on which part of the nervous system is affected. There are three key types of Neuropathy:
1. Motor Nerve Damage: your Motor Nerves are responsible for voluntary movements like walking, grasping and talking. Damage to this area can result in muscle weakness, cramps, uncontrollable twitching, muscle atrophy and decreased reflexes.
2. Sensory Nerve Damage: these nerves transmit the feeling you experience from a cut or a light touch. Sensory Nerve damage causes a wide range of symptoms including decreased sensation of touch and loss of reflexes, fine motor or balance. It can also impact your ability to register pain or a change in temperature. Others might suffer from an increase in pain receptors where severe pain is felt from even the lightest touch. Over time sensory nerve damage can lead to joint and bone damage. Neuropathic pain can be debilitating and seriously impact your quality of life.
3. Autonomic Nerve Damage: these nerves control your organs and are responsible for core body functions such as breathing, digesting food and gland functions. Common symptoms of Autonomic Neuropathy include loss of ability to regulate heat and loss of sweat, loss of bladder control, decreased blood pressure resulting in dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting and irregular heart rate. Gastrointestinal symptoms can result in diarrhea, constipation, or incontinence. Many suffers will have issues with eating when autonomic nerves controlling these functions are affected.
Chronic cases of Peripheral Neuropathy can worsen over time. It’s important to seek treatment before it takes a hold. For more information call our Clinic on (02) 8607 5052 today and speak with one of our Clinicians.
Peripheral Neuropathy Causes.
Neuropathy is either inherited or a result of disease or trauma within the body. Causes of non-inherited Neuropathy include:
1. Physical trauma: the most common form of Neuropathic pain either the result of injury or accident such as car accident, a fall, sports related injury and surgical procedures.
2. Repetitive stress: occurs due to awkward, forceful activities for a prolonged period. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common type of nerve damage caused by repetitive stress.
3. Disease or disorders
- Autoimmune disease
- Kidney dysfunction
- Neuroma (benign tumors)
- Infection due to viruses or bacteria including Lyme Diseases, Diptheria, Herpes Simplex, West Nile Virus
4. Exposure to toxins: such as medication, environmental or industrial (lead, mercury, arsenic), chronic alcohol abuse.
Did you know The Nerve Pain Clinic specializes in treating all types of Nerve Pain including many forms of Peripheral Neuropathy, Sciatica, Neuralgia and more? Our Clinicians have dedicated the past 20 years studying and treating and understanding Nerve Pain, we know how to get the best results for our patients.
We understand Nerve Pain is not like other musculoskeletal pain and requires a different approach. We recommend a revolutionary new approach to the treatment of Nerve Pain called Ozone Regenerative Therapy.
An incredible 90% of our patients notice real results within the first 1-3 treatments.