Peripheral Neuropathy Tingling Numb FeetLegs Symptoms Resolved DavisClinc
When you initially presented to the office,you presented with numbness, tingling, and irritation in the lower extremities and feet.We've managed this condition with our peripheral neuropathy program. How have you done withthe management and how are you doing today? Oh I'm feeling fine, I'm feeling great. WhenI came in here I thought I'd have to live with pain the rest of my life and it's great,really great. Well we're very very proud to have you here as a patient and congratulationson your results. Thank you , thank you a lot.
Laser Treatments for Sprains Neuropathy and Other Foot Problems
Hi, my name is Ibrahim Haro, and todayI would like to talk to you about laser therapy. Here at Haro Podiatry and Laser Center, wehave used laser treatments for the past few years to manage many ailments that our patientshave come in for, from ankle sprains to heel pain to tendonitis to fractured bone to diabeticneuropathy that is painful. My name is Stacy, I'm a type two diabetic,I've had type two diabetes for the past fifteen years. Within the past few years,I've noticed I've had no feeling in my lower legs and my feet, and I was diagnosedwith diabetic neuropathy. I saw Haro's ad in the paper and I came here for his treatment,the laser treatment. After seven weeks of
the laser treatment and a regime of supplements,I am feeling much better now. It was a good thing. It probably was the best thing I could havedone, the laser therapy. It worked within a couple of days, over a couple of weeks oftreatment. My foot feels great. It feels better than it's ever felt before. I always satthere and said, â€œIs this laser treatment really working?â€� But, once I actually tookoff the orthopedic shoe and got back into regular shoes, I realized how quickly it worked,how well it worked, and I'd recommend it to anyone.
One of the main questions that many of mypatients always ask me is, â€œHow does the laser therapy work?â€� That is the questionthat I would like to answer today. What I tell my patients is that the laser does threemain things. One, it helps the blood to flow into the area that is damaged and painful.Once the blood gets into the area, the laser helps the hemoglobin to release the oxygenthat is needed for the area of the pain. Once the area receives the oxygen that it needsthe laser helps the damaged cells to use the oxygen to produce the energy in the form ofATP (Adenosine triphosphate) that the cell needs to repair itself.Once the cells have the energy that they can
use to repair themselves, then inflammationand pain start to resolve and the area returns to its normal, healed condition.If you suffer from any ankle sprains, tendonitis, heel pain, neuropathy pain, or any sort ofpain in your ankles or in your feet, I invite you to make an appointment and come in fora consultation. Together we will be able to determine if you are a candidate for our lasertherapy.