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John, I did the anodyne therapy a year ago, but this used pads that could be positioned wherever they wanted. They used 4 pads on each leg, one top of each foot, one on the pad of each foot, and one on each side of both legs. They left them on for 30 minutes each session. I did 16 sessions, which was a 3 hr. round trip from my home. After all was said and done, I could feel relief, but in a year since, that relief has dissipated. Would it be worse had I not done it? I don't know. But I know everyone is different, and I have never tried the boot system. I'm just glad that Medicare paid for it.
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I'm in the same boat with you. I think I've tried about everything, spent a lot of money (and Medicare money), had some relief, but still looking. If I knew what caused my IPN, I'd be happier.
I was googling the other day about PN and came across something. I don't know whether it's a gimmick to sell what they call "the elements" of something that actually works for some people. I thought I would ask this group, have you ever heard of "The Protocol"? You can find it at http://solutions2pnpd.com/
The treatments are $80 per visit, no matter which or how many different treatments they do in a visit. Medicare does cover all or most of it, if you have a good supplement it should cover what Medicare doesn't. I really hesitate to say what treatments worked for me because they may not work for others. They have multiple treatment options for neuropathy, it's well worth a phone call to them.
Brett @ Complete Rehab told me that you spoke with him yesterday. Brett is a great, caring professional and will help you all he can with his experience. If you work it out where you can get treatment there, please come back on this group and let everyone know how it went. Brett has a lot of different treatments he uses depending on the intitial consultation questions and answers. I hope all is well and he can get you some relief, he certainly helped me.
Every patient is different so each person is Evaluated separately. Treatment depends on each individual and their own symptoms. He doesn’t know exactly what he’s going to do with you until after he asks a series of specific questions to help identify YOUR specific type of Neuropathy.