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HealthWise Introduces Breakthrough Neuropathy Treatment Program in Time for November American Diabetes Month®

Oct. 26, 2009

HealthWise Spinal Health & Wellness Center brings new hope for diabetes patients living with peripheral neuropathy – without drugs or surgery.

 

HealthWise Spinal Health & Wellness Centers – Hales Corners, a Member of the Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America™, is offering a new treatment for individuals living with the pain of peripheral neuropathy – a condition where damage to the nerves of the peripheral nervous system may be triggered by the side effects of other medical conditions including diabetes, cancer treatment, statin drugs, or other diseases of the nerves.

 

Neuropathy sufferers experience pain, numbness, or tingling in their hands and feet, often causing them to decrease their activity level which further weakens their legs and core muscles. Ultimately neuropathy can take away a person’s independence and mobility, preventing his or her ability to enjoy the simple pleasures in life, like shopping, golfing, bowling, getting down on the floor and playing with grandkids – or even walking without assistance. New breakthroughs in therapy at HealthWise can help eliminate the pain and restore the strength that was taken away – without drugs or surgery.

 

HealthWise offers the latest techniques in treating neuropathy in a program that includes a proprietary combination of spinal care, low level laser/light therapy, advanced rehabilitation, and nutritional care. Patients accepted for care can expect to experience reduced leg and foot pain, less tingling and numbness in toes or legs, the ability to walk farther without pain, reduced feeling of cold or “burning” in the feet and legs, an improved sense of balance and coordination (reducing falls), improved sleep, and improved sensation in the legs and feet.

 

The clinic provides the convenience of going to one location that has an entire team of specialists including experts in therapy and rehabilitation to ultimately allow patients to resume their regular activities and get back to the joy of living their lives. The cost and amount of care needed depends on the individual patient, although the spinal care and rehabilitation portion is often covered under Medicare. The first consultation and exam cost is just $58, which is a patient’s only upfront commitment.

 

About HealthWise and Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America (NTCA)

HealthWise Spinal Health & Wellness Centers – Hales Corners (414.529.4600) is the number one single multi-disciplinary clinic in the Hales Corners and surrounding neighborhood, with the greatest number of experts in therapy and rehabilitation available and all in one location. Dr. Robert Carpenter, the developer of the HealthWise neuropathy program, has over 30 years of clinical experience and is a former clinical director of eight chiropractic/physical therapy clinics in Milwaukee. To better serve the greater Milwaukee area in the coming year, HealthWise will be opening two additional Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America in its Brookfield and Oak Creek HealthWise Spinal Health & Wellness Centers. HealthWise Spinal Health & Wellness Centers can be found on the Internet at www.healthwiseinfo.com.

 

HealthWise – Hales Corners is proud to be a member of the Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America. NTCA doctors are trained to focus on the cause of your nerve damage, which can be determined in your clinical evaluation. Once your doctor completes the exam, he will outline a care plan that includes the exclusive treatment packages offered only from the NTCA. These therapies are clinically proven to help patients improve the quality of their lives. The treatment is also backed by research, non-invasive, and drug-free. In fact, this select combination of therapies has, to NTCA knowledge, not been offered previously in the field of neuropathy care – which may be why NTCA patients have experienced life-changing breakthroughs. For more information, please visit: www.neurotca.com.

 

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