Good Neuropathy Treatment is a Project!

You see there is no one-size-fits-all treatment program for neuropathy.

One of the things that frustrate physicians and patients alike in peripheral neuropathy and chronic pain syndromes is that multiple processes are often at work, which must be dealt with.

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Specific modalities to assist with your neuropathy

You see there is no one-size-fits-all treatment program for neuropathy.

There are however significant things, which are common in all good neuropathy and chronic pain treatment programs.

The biggest problems arise when daily things that should be attended to are not. Most of these things are centered on your own good self-care. If you read our columns frequently you have a good idea of what you should be doing on a daily basis.

But what most patients and even physicians under estimate is the role that repetitive stimulatory therapies have in the recovery process in many forms of peripheral neuropathy.

These include things like specific guided exercises and targeted dietary supplementation, as well as repetitive electric and possibly laser stimulation. But problems can arise when these are not applied in the most specific manner possible.

It takes much more than ordinary training on the part of your doctor or therapist to the proficient in neuropathy treatment systems that produce the results we are both looking for.

There are therapies that can be in many cases regenerative in nature and others to which you may react unfavorably, some in fact may be harmful. That’s why it is imperative to get good guidance!

This is also why neuropathy and chronic pain treatment programs that focus only on stopping the pain process and not enhancing healing are almost always doomed to failure!

Always remember good neuropathy treatment is a project. And like all good projects you need a written plan, and somebody to help guide you through the process.

That’s why we are here; let us know how we may help you!

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Do You Have a Neuropathy Treatment Plan?

Those who use written neuropathy treatment plans have a far better chance at not only feeling better, but regaining significant quality of life.

If you or someone you love suffers from peripheral neuropathy, you know how devastating this condition can be. You probably are also aware of the immense life changes a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy can bring.

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Do you have a written Neuropathy Treatment Plan?

But the good news is, as you read on these pages repeatedly there is a whole lot you can learn to better deal with your peripheral neuropathy.

This is where having a written neuropathy treatment plan goes along way. In fact you could apply this to almost any illness.

Here’s what to do next:

First of all take out a large piece of paper, or even on mobile phone. Actually, in this stage I am a huge fan of mobile notes sync across all devices.

On your treatment plan should first be all your known risk factors. This would include things like cigarette smoking, excess alcohol consumption, inactivity, and perhaps diabetes. Maybe there are other known factors, such as consumption of medications known to produce peripheral neuropathy.

Once you have your list, then you need to divide it into things that you can change. The very next thing you need to do is to prioritize your neuropathy treatment plan. For example what is having the biggest impact on your health?

This is the very first thing, although perhaps the most difficult that you need to do first.

By first developing a neuropathy treatment plan and then using your own willpower and discipline, along with the help from your family and healthcare professionals, you can do a whole lot to help yourself feel better and function better!

And this really is the entire premise of the Beating Neuropathy family. We are here to help and support you!

What we do know however is those who use written neuropathy treatment plans and not only work off them but share them with their neuropathy treatment specialists have a far better chance at not only feeling better, but regaining significant quality of life.

To that end, we are here to support you!

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Developing a Better Neuropathy Treatment Self-Care Plan

Do you have your list of “Things which May be making my Neuropathy Worse”

If you’re reading this now, you understand that so much of getting better with neuropathy and chronic pain is a do-it-yourself project.

How is your lifestyle affecting your neuropathy treatment?

It is also unrealistic for any doctor to say or any patient to assume that his or her own self-care does not have a major impact on their health, and yes of course recovery from any illness.

Because so many people find the topic so overwhelming, what I suggest is that you start by making very simple list.

For example, do you have the more common known risk factors that can cause or aggravate many forms of neuropathy? This includes things like cigarette smoking, being as little as 15 to 20 pounds overweight, being inactive or sedentary, and consuming too much alcohol?

Do you take statin medications because your diet has been so poor?

You see all of these things can aggravate neuropathy and chronic pain.
Perhaps there are genetic or family issues, which you cannot change completely. But could you do a better job of taking care of yourself?

Could you walk more, stretch, take your supplements, and watch the timing and composition of your meals? Could you do a better job of working on your stress, your high blood pressure and migraines? Are you regularly exercising, and taking “time-outs” every day for meditation or prayer?

So, one of the most important things you can do right now is to make a list for yourself.

The title of this list is “Things which May be making my Neuropathy Worse.” Share this only with yourself and your health care professionals.

And then, choose one thing to work on today! Rather than becoming overwhelmed, it is much more productive to focus on one change at a time. Once that change has been activated, move onto the next. And so on, one day at a time.

When you start behaving in this way, you’ll likely find better neuropathy treatment results, and more success from working with your neuropathy treatment professionals!

This is after all is why many hundreds more patients are joining our ranks every week, and we so thank you for being part of our extended family!

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