In regards to the neuropathy of the feet, what do they focus the release on that has created great results? Is it the feet themselves etc?
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Very interesting. I recently tried something called intraneural facilitation treatment. This is something only done today at Loma Linda Medical Center in CA. I did 1 introductory treatment on a single foot to see if it would work, and I can say I felt amazing after. Had this on Thursday and still feel 80% better today. So something I will be looking to do in hopes of long term sustainable improvement. Just thought I would throw it out there.
Tue, Mar 12 11:58am · Anyone Heard of Pirenzepine for Small Fiber Neuropathy? in Neuropathy
Really great points. One of the things Mr Kim mentioned to me was while the focus is on DPN and CPN the science appears to show the mitochondrial make up of most neuropathies appear to be similar. Now the only concern I have is outside elements that caused the neuropathy in the first place will they allow recovery. For example if you have autoimmune which is what it appears I have isn’t addressed will it allow for recovery or will it continue to attack? Just something to consider one thing that is of interest to me would be for them to look at a pill solution to become system wide and not so specific to skin soluble; potentially addressing autonomic nerves etc. At the end of the day it appears someone is making great inroads to something no one else has been able to in the past.
Tue, Mar 12 9:46am · Anyone Heard of Pirenzepine for Small Fiber Neuropathy? in Neuropathy
@bkruppa I am not sure where you are located at, but I know of a physical therapy facility in Tustin Ca that has had great success of relieving PNE through physical therapy, and there is a neurosurgeon at barrow neurological institute in Phoenix AZ that is very well known in this field.