How Sanexas Works to Treat Peripheral Neuropathy

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Dealing with chronic pain can be exhausting. Peripheral neuropathy — a chronic, painful disease that affects 20 million Americans — can take a toll on your quality of life, both physically and emotionally. At The Vanguard Clinic in St. Louis, we take a different, innovative approach to treating peripheral neuropathy with state-of-the-art Sanexas electrotherapy.  

Sanexas electrotherapy is a unique treatment method that’s been particularly effective for many of our patients because it helps your body heal damaged nerve pathways. By addressing these underlying causes of your symptoms, you can get long-term relief from pain and other debilitating peripheral neuropathy symptoms without invasive treatments or addictive medications.

The Sanexas system goes beyond traditional transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy in that it uses electronic signal energy waves produced by an ultra-high digital frequency generator. These therapeutic energy waves stimulate your body on a cellular level without being invasive or causing discomfort. With Sanexas treatments, over time, many people report less reliance on pain medications, increased mobility, and an overall improvement in their quality of life.

How Sanexas works at a cellular level to relieve pain

The Sanexas electric cell signaling system delivers energy to the affected area of your body at varying wavelengths, including both low-frequency and middle-frequency signals. It also uses amplitude modulated (AM) and frequency modulated (FM) signaling. During a treatment session, the Sanexas system automatically changes to simultaneously deliver AM and FM electric cell signal energy.

The benefit of this system is that it has the ability to affect your nerve cell membranes and the surrounding tissue to produce a harmonic resonant vibration.

What does this mean for your body?

The “harmonic frequencies” your cells absorb promote repair and healing to areas affected by the nerve damage of peripheral neuropathy.

After a series of Sanexas electrotherapy treatments, your body responds by:

The team at The Vanguard Clinic customizes your peripheral neuropathy treatment plan by programming the Sanexas device to your specific needs. When combined with other therapies, it can change the quality of your life for the better.

Sanexas is part of a comprehensive, personalized pain therapy plan

As with every condition the team at The Vanguard Clinic treats, a comprehensive, holistic philosophy is the norm. To address your particular peripheral neuropathy symptoms, your doctors create an individualized combination of therapies meant to relieve pain and increase mobility. When combined with a holistic treatment plan that addresses any food sensitivities you may have, as well as any problems with your blood chemistry, thyroid, and immune system, Sanexas can improve your mobility to the point where you may no longer need a cane or walker to assist you in getting around.

Many patients say they sleep better after the very first Sanexas treatment and experience reduced inflammation and a noticeable difference in pain levels over time with this natural approach to pain therapy. When your pain subsides, it makes it easier to move and therefore begin exercising. As you continue to move and become more mobile without debilitating pain, you can enjoy your favorite activities again and embrace a better overall quality of life.

 

If you’re ready to focus on all the things that are important to you each day, rather than on your pain, lack of sleep, or lack of mobility that comes with having peripheral neuropathy, it’s time to call The Vanguard Clinic for a holistic, effective treatment plan that includes Sanexas electrotherapy. You can also use the convenient online booking tool to request the next available appointment.

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