Reversing Neuropathy Naturally (Dr. D. McCmimon) : Have you read it?

Posted by ttl1520 @ttl1520, Jan 31 1:28am

Has anyone read this book? Reversing Neuropathy Naturally. by Dr. Daniel McCmimon.

Ted

Hello Ted @ttl1520, You will notice I changed the title of your discussion to identify the book. Sorry I have not read it but hopefully others that may have read it can share their thoughts with you.

I've noticed a lot of advertising in the area of treating neuropathy with chiropractic services so I'm a little skeptical but I do know one friend who says their neuropathy feels better after treatments but the treatments are expensive and seem to be never ending. Here's an article from the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy that discusses this kind of treatment – Beware Expensive Treatments of Peripheral Neuropathy: https://www.foundationforpn.org/2016/04/11/5179/

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@johnbishop

Hello Ted @ttl1520, You will notice I changed the title of your discussion to identify the book. Sorry I have not read it but hopefully others that may have read it can share their thoughts with you.

I've noticed a lot of advertising in the area of treating neuropathy with chiropractic services so I'm a little skeptical but I do know one friend who says their neuropathy feels better after treatments but the treatments are expensive and seem to be never ending. Here's an article from the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy that discusses this kind of treatment – Beware Expensive Treatments of Peripheral Neuropathy: https://www.foundationforpn.org/2016/04/11/5179/

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Thanks. John

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@ttl1520

Thanks. John

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Read Reversing Neuropathy by Brian Prax(Amazon)—by the way—I’ve gotten FAR more info out of the chiropractor field than neurologist

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I just ordered this book. I’ll report back after I’ve read it.

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@johnbishop

Hello Ted @ttl1520, You will notice I changed the title of your discussion to identify the book. Sorry I have not read it but hopefully others that may have read it can share their thoughts with you.

I've noticed a lot of advertising in the area of treating neuropathy with chiropractic services so I'm a little skeptical but I do know one friend who says their neuropathy feels better after treatments but the treatments are expensive and seem to be never ending. Here's an article from the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy that discusses this kind of treatment – Beware Expensive Treatments of Peripheral Neuropathy: https://www.foundationforpn.org/2016/04/11/5179/

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I need to say that I did read about a patient who had traction for her back and her neuropathy went away and hadn't come back. I suppose hers was pinched nerves.

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