Is There Really No Cure for Neuropathy?
Dr. Randall Labrum, clinician, researcher and author of “The Peripheral Neuropathy Solution“, is astounded that 100% of the people who attend his seminars believe that there is no cure for that debilitating condition. With so many myths about neuropathy going around, is it surprising that people think there’s no chance of relief?
“The medical community is largely responsible for this misinformation being passed on to the suffering patient. In my view, it is the job and responsibility of the family doctor to teach the patient about [his or her] neuropathy problem. It is also the doctor’s job to train the patient in what they can do to improve and manage their neuropathy case successfully.” – Dr. Randall C. Labrum
It’s obvious that this training is not being done, given the wrong impressions of the neuropathy seminar attendees. In a world where medicine has produced so many outstanding solutions, it’s shameful that this situation of ignorance should be allowed to continue year after year.
Dr. Labrum has compiled a list of the most common myths about neuropathy that suffering neuropathy patients have been led to believe through lack of education by the medical community:
Common Myths About Neuropathy
1. Neuropathy is a result of aging and you’ll just have to live with it.
The first part of this statement has some truth, as aging can contribute to the onset and severity of the neuropathic condition. However, there are numerous simple procedures and techniques that you can easily learn that negate many of these effects of aging as they relate to peripheral neuropathy.
For example, one simple thing you can do is to lie on your sofa for 15 minutes with your feet propped up above the level of your body. Gravity will help stagnated, toxin-laden blood in your lower legs and feet to flow more rapidly back to the heart and lungs, where it will be refreshed and oxygenated.
2. We don’t know what causes neuropathy.
This is totally incorrect! Some health professionals do indeed know most causes of neuropathy and the causes are pretty straight-forward. For example, we know that cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy are at a very high risk of developing neuropathy. We also know that the toxic effects of the anti-cancer drugs cause damage to the sensory nerves in the hands, feet and other peripheral areas.
Diabetes is also well-known as a catalyst for peripheral neuropathy. Hypertension patients are sometimes affected by the sudden drop in blood pressure resulting from anti-hypertension medication, which is a lesser-known cause of neuropathy.
Treatment Procedures for Neuropathy
3. There are no treatment procedures for neuropathy!
The reality is that the best methods for treating peripheral neuropathy do not require a doctor to administer them. Doctors are, therefore, not motivated to learn them, nor to teach them to their patients. Many family doctors are not even aware of these treatments. They are not concerned about getting involved with this kind of patient management; it would take up too much time and would not be worthwhile financially.
Patients must, therefore, take it upon themselves to discover and carry out the methods of neuropathy self-treatment.
Dr. Labrum, who is himself a former neuropathy sufferer, has created a step-by-step program describing these effective methods, which you can get at this link.
4. Neuropathy just gets worse as time passes and you must accept that you’re “stuck” with it.
This statement will only be true if you, as a neuropathy sufferer, ignore your condition and take no action to remedy it. If you implement corrective self-treatment procedures, you can greatly alleviate the miserable symptoms of neuropathy.
Instead of your condition becoming worse and believing yourself stuck with it, imagine how it would feel when the tingling sensations, numbness and pain steadily decrease and you’re able to return to your normal life!
This can become possible when you begin taking the easy and proven steps which Dr. Labrum describes in his Peripheral Neuropathy Solution program.
Diabetic Neuropathy Treatments
5. Because you have diabetes, there is no solution available for you.
The fact that this common but very incorrect statement exists is a tragedy. It is so untrue. Although the presence of diabetes does indeed complicate the condition of neuropathy, it does not exclude the diabetes patient from significant help with his or her neuropathy condition.
Dr. Labrum and his team have experienced an improvement rate of 30-70% in patients with severe diabetic neuropathy. They have done this by teaching their diabetes patients how to improve circulation and renew the health of the sensory nerves in their hands, legs and feet.
“I love how simple this program is! After everything else I have tried, the 6 steps were so clearly explained and easy to do it was almost impossible to believe how quickly they began producing results. My life was given over to neuropathy for nearly a decade. I am happy to report that it is now mine to live again. I can’t thank Dr. Labrum enough.” – Anne Marie E., San Diego, CA
With reference to the damaging myths about neuropathy we’ve just addressed, it’s up to you as a neuropathy sufferer to prove them incorrect by acquiring the information necessary to begin your healing process. A medical doctor is not likely to hold your hand during this process, nor even point you in the right general direction. That’s just not the way today’s medical system works, unfortunately.
Please don’t set yourself back by doubt, indecision, prejudice or lack of action. Recovery awaits you!
You alone must take responsibility by accessing and implementing the 6 simple steps that lead to a dramatic improvement in this frustrating condition.