It has been said and written about for centuries, all any of us have is time. And for private practice owners’ time is indeed income. That’s why patient flow, scheduling, staffing during peak patient hours is critical.Read More
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It’s hard to believe its already five years since NeuropathyDR® developed some of the most powerful protocols to help end the misery of chronic pain due to peripheral neuropathy and related disorders. Just as we predicted in 2009, those professionals claiming to be able to treat neuropathy have sprung up like weeds.
Some have done a fine job. Others have gotten themselves in hot water. Some have blatantly stolen our work.
And more still have discovered there is a true art and clinical science to really helping these suffering patients regain their quality of life, if not their once vibrant health and the value of being affiliated with only like-minded health care professionals.
If your patients suffer from neuropathy, one of the most important things for them to realize is that “no cure” is never the same as “no help!” It’s an unfortunate truth: so far, peripheral neuropathy (sometimes we’ve seen it referred to incorrectly as ‘neurophy’) has no actual cure, and most nerve damage is permanent. That’s…Read More
If you read the NeuropathyDR® blog frequently, you know that we tend to focus on bringing you the latest research and methods as they apply to treating neuropathy pain. As you are aware, though, with peripheral neuropathy, pain is only one component. This week, we’re going to talk about how neuropathy can affect a patient’s…Read More
A lot of your patients have heard that there is no cure for neuropathy, and they get discouraged. As someone in the medical profession, you want to be able to dispel this misconception that your patients will just have to live with their symptoms! NeuropathyDR® can teach you the non-pharmaceutical means to lessen their pain…Read More
If you treat patients who suffer from pain, fibromyalgia is probably a term you’re familiar with, if only in passing. Nearly 4% of patients suffer from fibromyalgia, making it one of the most common pain syndromes in the world! Female patients are 70% more likely to suffer from fibromyalgia than males, but the condition hits…Read More
Diet can be a main factor in many of the cases of peripheral neuropathy you see. Neuropathy is linked to diabetes and other conditions where daily intake of sugars and nutrients is important, but your patient’s diet can also influence the condition of nerves in more direct ways, such as in cases where a nutritional…Read More
Autonomic Neuropathy: More Dangerous than You Think If you read our articles often, you know that we usually talk about peripheral neuropathy in terms of the pain and inconvenience it can cause for your patients. We usually write about quality of life, but it’s also important to know about a much more serious element that…Read More
If you have patients who are living with diabetes, chances are you are no stranger to making diagnoses of neuropathy. While some patients (even those who do have nerve damage) might experience no symptoms at all, about 60 to 70 percent of diabetics experience pain, soreness, loss of sensation, tingling in the extremities, and even…Read More