What likely separates any private practice owner from ultra success is a fully developed game plan!Read More
Understand that in private practice one of your biggest jobs is to be a resource.Read More
Some of your patients may complain of pain and tingling when it comes to neuropathy, but it often takes far too long for a patient to admit they are having trouble doing simple tasks like walking. It’s frustrating to find oneself not able to do things that used to be simple, and a lot of…Read More
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.
The best line of defense we have where patients are concerned is communication. It’s imperative that patients report any unusual sensations, pain, or numbness to you and their oncologist. Like any neuropathy, the sooner we identify a problem, the more options we will have when it comes to treatment. In some cases of complications, it can be prudent to delay or suspend chemotherapy treatments in order to give a patient’s nerves an opportunity to recover.Read More
One of the biggest clinical lessons that has come from our work with peripheral neuropathy patients is just how powerful “Patient Co-Treatment Plans” can be. Traditionally, we might think of patient components of recovery from illness as a relatively passive home care program such as “just take these twice a day” or “do these exercises”.…Read More
Alternative Therapies for Your Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy Patients One of the more challenging patient populations you can treat is the chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy patient. They’ve already been through the cancer diagnosis and are either in the midst of chemotherapy or they’ve finished their treatment. Just when they think they’re done with all the side…Read More
For better or worse, a rapidly growing patient population is the chemotherapy and post chemotherapy patient. While dealing with the emotional issues involved in a cancer diagnosis, they can also be dealing with side effects of chemotherapy like Loss of appetite Nausea and other digestive issues Post chemotherapy peripheral neuropathy Dry mouth In addition to…Read More
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases in the country. With the increase in the number of patients developing diabetes comes an increase in the number of patients developing complications. One of those complications is diabetic neuropathy. The good news is that with proper treatment and a compliant patient, diabetic neuropathy can be managed…Read More
Your diabetic neuropathy patients know they need to keep their blood sugar under control… They know they should exercise… They know they have to watch their diet, especially when it comes to controlling their sugar intake… When it comes to medication, insulin is probably first and foremost in their minds. And it should be. Taking…Read More