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Shockwave or Softwave Therapy for Neuropathy Pain?

Neuropathy | Last Active: May 4 5:51pm | Replies (17)

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@julkun

Shock waves, (Ultrasound) are widely used for the treatment of epicondylitis and plantar fasciitis and to foster bone and wound healing. But it hasn't worked for me and my neuropathy in my feet. So far, I have done 4 treatments at $350 a treatment. Do the math. If I got the slightest optimistic sign I would continue. This machine, I was told, was invented by the Israeli military. The treatment is ultrasound and a second part that supposed to correct the body from rejecting the initial treatment phase after it ends. This is the best way I could explain it. Good luck whatever you try. Wishing you a pain free life.

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Thanks for the info…shoot, I was hoping for that magic bullet…ya know? Appreciate your input.

Have PN in feet and lower legs and get spastic toe cramps. So night, legs tingle like crazy so I run my legs on the sheets. Also run my legs down with special cream . Do I goggle ultra s sound therapy to find a locate in San Diego?? I’m diagnosed with Sjögren’s and a Mac infection for the last 5 years. I’m 72 now. Thanks so much!! 🙂