Top 5 Benefits of Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment Using Sanexas

Do you have pain or tingling in your limbs? You need relief. Sanexas is the advanced, non-invasive treatment that works with a level of sophistication to deliver long-lasting results you can feel. Check out these five benefits of Sanexas treatment.

1. Better sleep

Peripheral neuropathy takes over every aspect of your life. It's hard to walk, enjoy time with friends, and even sleep. The pain or discomfort may wake you up, or you may have trouble going to sleep until the pain, swelling, or stiffness settles down for the night. 

That doesn't always happen.

If you have peripheral neuropathy, your nerve cells in your hands and feet have begun to malfunction. Your brain interprets these "misfires" as pain. Nerves in other parts of your body may also malfunction, leading to seemingly unrelated conditions like indigestion.

Some patients also experience:

Each of these is related to those malfunctioning nerves impacting motor functions. The Vanguard Clinic can help.

Sanexas is like a highly-sophisticated device similar to a TENS unit but much more effective. It uses highly targeted electric currents to reprogram your peripheral cells that have begun to malfunction. Unlike an over-the-counter TENS unit, this medical device can be programmed by Erin Capellupo, NP at The Vanguard Clinic to deliver very customized treatments to the impacted area.

While it does take several treatments to feel the full effects, many patients start sleeping better that first night. It only gets better from there. 

2. Improved mobility and motor ability

Peripheral neuropathy can make it hard to walk. You may feel like there are needles stabbing the tops or bottoms of your feet with each step. Many with this condition need to use a walker or other assistive devices to get around.

After receiving this treatment, many patients no longer need their walkers. They can increasingly get around without them.

Erin Capellupo, NP may also prescribe analgesic medications. Together with this form of electrotherapy, patients often get the best results. Studies show improved relaxation, circulation, and reduced inflammation. Each of these contributes to enhanced mobility and motor function.

3. Pain relief

Most notable is the pain relief. If you have this disease and aren't yet experiencing mobility issues, that's good. You'll want to catch this earlier to have the best outcome.

Sanexas can deliver targeted pain relief to your limbs to create a healthier you.

4. Ability to start exercising again

The number of cases in the US is unknown, but a scientific survey of 24,000 people found that around 10% of the population may have this disease. It varies widely based on race, age, and sex. If those numbers hold true for the general population, there are a lot of people who potentially can't exercise because of the pain.

Sanexas can help you start moving again. Conditions like neuropathy create a vicious cycle. You can't exercise so the condition gets worse. As the condition gets worse, it's harder to exercise.

With the pain reduced, you can start moving again. You may need to start small, but every little bit helps you improve. As patients resume a regular exercise routine, most will have less inflammation and even less pain. 

That's one of the reasons that The Vanguard Clinic's medical director, Dr. Joe Novof, is so committed to comprehensive solutions. Sanexas is only part of the big picture in which you feel better.

5. Better quality of life

You'll be amazed at how treating this one ailment ripples through your life. When you're not in pain, you can move around more freely and do more. Relationships aren't overshadowed by pain or nerve and muscle problems. You can actually relax and enjoy the children, grandchildren, sports, or other activities again.

Has your life been put on hold because of peripheral neuropathy? Is it hard to sleep, walk and enjoy life? The Vanguard Clinic can help. Book online today.

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