Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Symptoms Relieved Davis
We've been managing you here for peripheralneuropathy in lower legs and feet. When you first presented to the office you indicatedthat the pain was very bad, very numb, very tingling. How are you doing today, and howare you responding to the neuropathy program here in our office? Oh gosh, it's much better.I feel that I can walk, before I couldn't get out of bed in the morning I had to holdon to something and I just get up and walk, I can still the numbness on the bottom ofmy foot, but and then walking in this door I don't get as tired as I did before. I usuallyhave to go home and change shoes. I get home and I can keep the shoes on for quite a while.I haven't yet started walking on the street,
but I will. So far so good right? Yea, whata difference. Well congratulations on your results thus far I'm very happy with yourprogress. Thank you.
Neck and Back Pain Arm pain numbness into tips of fingers neuropathy Steve Testimonial
Interviewer: Today is April 23, 2014, andwe're in Arkansas Spinal Care and Neuropathy Treatment Center. Sir, what is your name? Steve: Steve Williamson. Interviewer: All right, Steve, so tell mewhat brought you here. What conditions were you suffering with before you came here toArkansas Spinal Care? Steve: I had back and neck pain and numbnessand pain going down my right arm and everything. Interviewer: How far down your right arm didit go? Steve: All the way to the tips of my fingers.
Interviewer: Was it bad? Steve: Yes, it was. Interviewer: Tell me about it. Explain howit felt and how often you dealt with it. Steve: Well, the tips of my fingers were sonumb I couldn't pick anything up or hang onto it. I'd be dropping it all the time. The painin my arm, it would just be miserable, especially if I was driving or just trying to sit andrelax. And all that's gone. Interviewer: Back, leg, arm, everything? Steve: Leg and arm, yeah. I came in also whereI fell on the ice and hurt my ankle pretty
bad, and it's completely well now just fromthe laser treatments. Interviewer: Yeah, that day when you camein and you said that you twisted your ankle, I said, quot;Well, we'll just do some laser treatmentson that.quot; After one or two treatments, how long did it take you before that laser helpedthat ankle? Steve: Oh, I'd say probably about four treatments. Interviewer: About four treatments. Steve: Then that's when I really noticed thepain going away. It would feel better after each treatment. It really would.
Interviewer: Like remarkably better, or justa little bit? Steve: No, remarkably. It would take a lotof the pain away. By the next day, it might be hurting again, but then after about thefourth or fifth day, the pain started easing up quite a bit. It's gone now. It's completelygone, and I feel great. Interviewer: Awesome. Thank you. I'm sureyou went to a lot of different s. Most of my patients have been around the blocka time or two with healthcare. What else have you tried to help with this, and what didthey tell you? Steve: I went to the first about it,the family . They'd done a MRI and said
that I had some kind of swelling in and aroundmy spinal cord or whatever and that's what was causing my pain in my arms and the numbness.They referred me to a in Seracy SP, which that told me I needed to havesurgery. I didn't want surgery, and that's when I came here. Interviewer: Okay. Steve: And I'm glad I did. Interviewer: Thank you. Overall, what haveyou seen with my other patients? Because you've been here, you know how they've done. Whatwould you say about the experience here in
the and the overall results? Steve: I would say I had only heard probablya couple people say that they're not sure if it's working or not. Everybody else thatI've talked to or seen, it's just done remarkable for them. There's a few of them that I justcouldn't even believe with my own eyes, just how they come in here. And then now they'vewalked out of here and they're doing even better every day that I see them now. Interviewer: Awesome, Steve. I appreciateit. What would you say to somebody who needs this care and this program?
Neuropathy Arkansas Upper Back Pain Gary Testimonial
Interviewer: Today is April 29th 2014 sirwhat is your name? Gary: Gary Erwin. Interviewer: So we are here at Arkansas SpinalCare and Neuropathy Treatment Center. Gary what did you come here for? What health problemswere you dealing with that brought you to Arkansas Spinal Care? Gary: Well I had upper back problems, spinalof course, back really throbbing, knot on my back, pretty much hurt. Interviewer: Let's talk about that a littlemore, because we've been treating your neck
to help with the upper back. A lot of peoplewill come in here and talk about burning between their shoulders, or a knot in the musclesin their upper back, numbness in their arm or pain in their arm. Break down for me alittle more of what you were feeling. Gary: Yeah. I had a pain in between the shoulderblades, had a knot in my back. I'll say 110 probably a nine, hurt really bad. Interviewer: What did the arm feel like? Iremember that was a big problem. Gary: Yeah arm throbbed, when the knot inmy back throbbed my arm throbbed, fingers numb, pretty much hurt.
Interviewer: Whenever I met your face lookeda lot different than it looks now. Gary: Yeah no doubt. Interviewer: You were in some serious pain.What other s have you seen and what do they want to do and what do they recommend? Gary: I went down there to the Baptist andfirst thing that wanted to do was cut on me. I'm like no, I don't think we are goingto do that yet, we are going to try something different first. And that's when we endedup coming here. Interviewer: Awesome, Gary today as we speakhere on April 29th 2014, probably about four
or five weeks after starting care, how doyou feel right now? Gary: Today would be my 20th visit. Last twoweeks I've been mowing yards, doing everything I'm supposed to do. Fingers a little numbbut I think that's just a matter of time that will be gone too. Everything else is gone. Interviewer: Gone, you feel if 100% good isspectacular where would you say you are right now? Gary: I'd say at least 98 percent. Interviewer: Awesome and something else that'svery important is you do a lot very heavy
manual physical labor. Surgery, there's goingto be a lot of down time, recovery process all that but with what you've been going throughhere you've been working. Gary: Yes I come in do my hourly thing andI go to work. It's a little tough at first but you work into it. It's not a bad dealat all. It beats the heck out of getting cut on I promise you. Interviewer: Thank you Gary. What would yousay to someone who needs this care? Gary: I'd come here, is what I'd do. That'sabout all I can tell you, it's pretty much cut and dry you come here.
Interviewer: Thank you Gary.