Spinal Decompression, Neuropathy Week

We are hosting a neuropathy, spinal decompression this week from March 6-10.  Dr. Wright and I recently had an epiphany of sorts.  What was it?  It was that more patients these days are presenting in the office with something called “peripheral neuropathy”.

In fact, it seems to be more prevalent today than at any other previous time in our combined 44 years in practice.  Right now, you may very well be asking yourself, “What in the world is peripheral neuropathy?”  That’s because, even if you have the symptoms of the condition, you may have never heard the name for the root cause, “peripheral neuropathy” or often just called “neuropathy.”

Now…you may be wondering what those symptoms are.  So, let me tell you.  The symptoms of neuropathy can be extremely varied, depending on the person, how long the condition has been present, severity, etc..  They include numbness, tingling, burning or freezing sensations, throbbing, pins-and-needles sensation and even feelings of electric shock!

These happen in the extremities.  In other words, you may feel any of these awful sensations in your shoulders, arms, hands and/or fingers or in your buttocks, thighs, calves or feet/toes.  No matter where you are feeling these things though, they are a most likely a sign that something quite serious is going on at an associated spinal level. Most likely disc herniations, nerve entrapment or degeneration.

These are NOT things you want to just try to ignore and hope they will go away.  The vast majority of the time,  THEY WON’T!  In fact, if they are not handled properly, your condition may very well advance to the point that we can’t help you anymore.

Fortunately, technology has come a long way since we both started practice.  The treatment results we see from patients experiencing neuropathy is truly amazing!  If you want to check out some of the results from patients that have had neuropathy click here.

Since you are a patient that has been to the office, we want to make this exclusive offer.  During the week of March 6-10, we will be offering for you to come get an update exam, any necessary x-rays and a trial treatment utilizing the best therapy currently available for neuropathy…Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression… gratis, on-the-house, complimentary, FREE!

This will allow you to experience first-hand, how this technology can begin to restore your health without dangerous medications or unnecessary surgery.  To reserve your exam, x-ray and treatment appointment, book online here under Neuropathy Exam.

Don’t let neuropathy keep you sidelined as spring rolls around here in Middle Tennessee.  Take care and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Yours In Health,

Dr. Jason Crist

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