Neuropathy Specialists

Revive Medical

Integrative Medical Center located in Oklahoma City, OK & San Diego, CA

Peripheral neuropathy affects more than 20 million people in the United States, and there is no cure. Fortunately, the integrative medical team at Revive Medical in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and San Diego, California, provide the most comprehensive approach to treating this chronic condition in the metro area. Whether your neuropathy is related to diabetic nerve pain or another medical issue, Revive Medical’s innovative treatments help hundreds of men and women improve their quality of life, naturally and holistically, without dependency on pain medications. Call or go online today to schedule an appointment with the local authority in treating neuropathy.


What is peripheral neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a chronic health condition in which damaged peripheral nerves transmit incorrect messages to other parts of your body. People with peripheral neuropathy often experience tingling, prickling, or numbness in their hands and feet. It can also affect your ability to grasp objects and cause muscle weakness that throws off your balance.

The nerve damage from peripheral neuropathy is caused by a variety of health conditions including injury or trauma, alcoholism, autoimmune diseases, medications, infections, and vitamin deficiencies. Early diagnosis by an expert at Revive Medical, the premier neuropathy clinic in the Oklahoma City area, is vital to controlling existing symptoms and preventing further damage to your peripheral nerves.

What is diabetic neuropathy?

Diabetes is one of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy. In fact, as many as 70% of people with diabetes also suffer some level of neuropathy. When you have diabetes, high blood sugar levels cause damage to the nerves in your hands and feet over time. It can also affect your eyes, kidneys, and heart.

The nerve damage eventually damages your skin, and the loss of feeling in your hands and feet increases when you don’t take care of both the underlying condition of diabetes and the accompanying symptoms of neuropathy. An alarming number of diabetic sufferers end up with  foot problems and ulcers as their overall health declines.

How is neuropathy treated?

You don’t have to live with the pain. Depending on the type of neuropathy you have, and any other underlying causes and contributing factors, a variety of treatment options are available. The integrative health care team at Revive Medical evaluates your overall health and targets the underlying causes to the reduce symptom-causing components of neuropathy.

To treat diabetic nerve pain and other forms of peripheral neuropathy, the doctors take a noninvasive, all-natural approach instead of prescribing medications to mask the pain. The treatment goal is to increase circulation in your feet, hands, and anywhere else you experience pain and discomfort.

Customized treatment options may include:

  • Vibration therapy
  • Anti-inflammatory nutrition plans
  • Applicable nutrition supplements
  • Strengthening and stretching exercises
  • Low level light therapy (LLLT)

If you’ve tried other methods, procedures, or medications and had only temporary or minor success in relieving the painful symptoms of neuropathy, consider taking a natural approach. Call or schedule a consultation online to learn about natural neuropathy treatments in the greater Oklahoma City and San Diego areas.