Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms Relieved Davis
When you originally presented to the officeyou presented with very very intense peripheral neuropathy painthe lower legs and feet.How have you been responding to our peripheral neuropathy treatments, and how do you feeltoday? Today I feel real good, when I first started i couldn't feel a thing under thebottom of my feet. I couldn't feel the car, now I can walk on my car at home and ifthere are any crumbs I can feel those and find them. Before I couldn't feel them. Asfar as my legs go I had it felt like there were thousands of needles jabbing them. Nowthat is gone and I have a little pain oncea while but nothing like before. I can,I have little unbalances still walking, but
otherwise I feel 100% better than I did whenI camehere. Well congratulations on your results and we're very proud to have you hereas a patient. Oh well I'm glad you could do something for me. Thank you.
Peripheral Artery Disease Warning Signs El Camino
gt;gt; Perhaps one of the areas that El Camino has become best known for is treatment ofperipheral arterial disease, and basically what that is, isblocked arteriesthe legs. This is a problem that affects at least 20 millionpeopleAmerica. It starts to impact 5 to 10%of individuals 55 years of age and older and it's probablythe strongest marker of risk
for heart attack and strokein patientsAmerica. The testing to determine whethersomeone has peripheral arterial disease is really simple. It can be done with ablood pressure cuff. The treatment is very effectiveand it also is important to recognize this becauseobviously it then turns our eye on the heart and thebrain and make sure that we're doing all thethings that we should do
to prevent majorproblems for our patients. Now peripheral vascular diseasecan present itselfa couple of different ways andthere is a broad spectrum. Patients who smoke,patients who are diabetic, patients who carry all thetypical cardiac risk factors are at increased risk forperipheral arterial disease. The thing about peripheralarterial disease is that over time it has a very,very high risk of death.
At five years afterthe diagnosis of peripheral arterialdisease, the likelihood of survival is reduced by 25%,that's greater than or equal to colon cancer, Hodgkin'sdisease, and other things that people pay a lotmore attention to. When you get advanced stagesof peripheral arterial disease, that number goes upprecipitously to the point that, survival is of graveconcern, not because people die
from peripheral arterial diseasebut because it affects themthe form of strokeand heart attack, which obviously can be fatal. Pause gt;gt; Patients that have thisproblem oftentimes complain of fatigue, tiredness, ordiscomforttheir legs. The typical pattern is theycan walk a certain distance after which they have to stop
because their legs really won'tallow them to go any further. They rest for a few minutes, theblood recirculatesthe legs, they resume their walking and can go a similar distancebefore stopping again. A lot of times this problemis blamed on old age, on immobility, onliving a sedentary life. Some people thinkit's arthritis, it can affect the hips,the buttocks, the thighs,