What Is Peripheral Neuropathy Jason Meyer DC Reviews Your Chiropractic Questions
Jason Lawrence Meyer is a chiropractorwho runs the World of Wellness Chiropractic Offices in Fort Worth and Arlington, TX. wowhealthcenters Integrative medicine which is also calledintegrated medicine or integrative health, combines alternative medicine with evidencebasedmedicine. Proponents claim that it treats the quot;whole personquot;, focuses on wellness andhealth rather than on treating disease, and emphasizes the patientphysician relationship. The Defining Principles of Integrative Medicine1. Patient and practitioner are partners in
the healing process.2. All factors that influence health, wellness, and disease are taken into consideration,including mind, spirit, and community, as well as the body.3. Appropriate use of both conventional and alternative methods facilitates the body'sinnate healing response. 4. Effective interventions that are naturaland less invasive should be used whenever possible.5. Integrative medicine neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapiesuncritically. 6. Good medicine is based in good science.It is inquirydriven and open to new paradigms.
7. Alongside the concept of treatment, thebroader concepts of health promotion and the prevention of illness are paramount.8. Practitioners of integrative medicine should exemplify its principles and commit themselvesto selfexploration and selfdevelopment. World of wellness is a group of medical officesspecializing in functional medicine, natural wellness and prevention. We offer integratedservices providing fabulous bodywork in a fun and upbeat environment. our highly trainedstaff including Jason Meyer DC offer services such as: natural medicine, pain relief, rehabilitation,therapy, massage, weightloss, nutrition, allergy testing, allergy management, arthritisrelief, pain management, headache relief,
and more, our mission statement and corporatepurpose is to help people in the country become happier and healthier through natural healthcare.We are fully staffed with medical s, nurse practitioners, chiropractors such as Jason Lawrence Meyer and licensed massage therapists and we are dedicated to help youobtain optimum wellness. Have you explored the World of wellness FortWorth functional medicine? World of Wellness would like to show you how optimizing yourhealth and wellness can, in turn, eliminate any chronic pain that you may suffer from. Jason Meyer and Our team invites you topay us a visit at our Fort Worth natural wellness
, where you will receive focused attentionfrom a whole team of medical professionals. We pride ourselves in working closely witheach patient, explaining to them the potential sources of their pain and how that pain canbe eliminated. World of Wellness provides Fort Worth andArlington wellness and prevention that helps hold off chronic pain. Through our allnaturalmethods, we are able to treat a wide variety of ailments, including, but certainly notlimited to: Low back painMigraine headaches SciaticaNeuropathy
Neck painSports injuries AllergiesWeight loss What makes our Fort Worth Chiropractic andfunctional medicine so effective is that we use natural methods of treatment instead ofintroducing harsh chemicals or subjecting the body to painful surgical procedures.Prescription medication might take away your pain, but not without a price. Many of thesepowerful medications can cause damage to other parts of your body. This is why our wellness in Fort Worth shies away from using these drugs.
Ulnar Nerve Entrapment MRT Treatment Success
Patient: When I first came in, my symptoms were.I had numbness all through my left arm. I couldn't extend my ring finger all the way. I couldn't feel anything in my pinky finger. My wrist hurt. My elbow hurt. And I had limited range of motion.all around. And a lot of grip weakness, too. Interviewer: And what was your diagnosis? Patient: Ulnar neuropathy. Um.pinched nerve from a bad bike fit. Before I came here I was banned from riding my bike, lifting weights, carrying dishes, carrying groceries.doing pretty much anything with my hand. I couldn't open doors very well. I couldn't really open jars.
At the Mettler Institute, I came in twice a week for half an hour session. Um, I've had eight sessions. And with every session it hurt a little bit, but at the end of the session there was a noticeable difference. Like my finger was a straighter. I could feel a little bit more. I could move a little bit more. Um, once I got to move onto grip training, every week my grip was getting stronger and I could start doing things again. I've been going to the gym for the past couple weeks. And I get my bike back today, so I can start riding again. And I've been able to do daily tasks. I can open my door and jars and stuff, so. At the Institute, people here are very friendly, and it's a very comfortable setting to be in. It's easy to find. And it's a nice.office. At the Mettler Institute, there are actual s of physical therapy.
So, they know how the body works, they know how to treat it and they know how to make it better.
Neuropathy Chemotherapy Nerve Damage Larry S Testimonial
Interviewer: Hi, sir. What is your name? Larry: My name is Larry Shine SP. Interviewer: All right, Larry. Today is May29, 2013, and you're at Arkansas Spinal Care and Neuropathy Treatment Center. Why don'twe start off by having you tell me why you came to this ? Larry: One of my classmates, number one, gaveme a phone call one day and said quot;Larry, have you seen this ad? I've been seeing somethingon TV, a inaudible 00:00:26 over in Conway, Arkansas, that supposedly can dosomething to help you with your neuropathy
problem.quot; So she called me back and gave methe phone number. So I immediately made a phone call, and the people at the 'soffice sent me a package in the mail inaudible 00:00:44. I received it within two or three days. Iwent over the information, and then I immediately made a phone call back and made an appointmentto come by to see what they could probably do for me. The good news is that my cousinand I came over and I had the opportunity to meet Curry SP. We discussed mysituation, that I've been suffering with neuropathy for a little bit over a year and a half becauseof cancer that I had, which was Stage 4 cancer,
and I'm a diabetic, which caused my sugarlevel to rise, which resulted in me having neuropathy. And some of the symptoms of my problem arefeet, my lower leg, and my hands. I can tell you this, today is my second day of treatment.I could tell, believe it or not, last night, the first day back home, I saw some positiveresults of the treatment that I had on Tuesday. It's amazing. Number one, I'm walking better.I forgot to use my cane yesterday and last night by the way. I'm getting too much confidenceI guess. But anyway, I'm very proud of the fact.andsome of the things that I'm feeling in my
feet and my legs last night when I was asleep,I think are positive signs that maybe blood circulation is prevalent, is gonna happen,is imminent rather. And I've got a feeling that after a few more treatments, it's verypossible that you will see, I will see, a tremendous amount of improvement in my condition.But I'm very pleased with the staff here. I'm very pleased with the . You've gotsome very capable, professional people here. I couldn't ask for a better service than whatI'm getting now. I mean, it's like family; it's a family affair. And when you come overhere, and I will highly recommend that if you're thinking about getting some type ofa service and treatment, and you want a ,
you want a staff that's really concerned aboutyou and treats you like family, this is the place to go, right here in Conway, Arkansas. Interviewer: Thank you, Larry. That is awesome.I mean, really. Wow! Thank you. The one thing that I wanted to talk about for sure is, somany of the patients who have neuropathy, they come in here and they talk about theirsense of balance and the fact that they fall, or they stumble a lot, or they don't havesure footing, or they trip a lot. All those kinds of things go with neuropathy becausethey don't have the correct sensation down in their feet. It can make them feel likethey don't have good balance. Would you go
over what you told me a little while ago aboutthat, even after your first treatment? Larry: Right. My equilibrium has improvedas of yesterday. Like I said earlier, I'm walking now really without the cane. I feela very good sense of balance. Normally, when I get out of bed in the morning, I takes melike a minute and a half before I can really get my balance, before I can walk maybe intothe kitchen and get my coffee ready or whatever the case may be. This morning when I got up, I got up thismorning, by the way, around 4:30, and I didn't have to stand up more than 30 seconds beforeI went and ventured on and made my coffee