Peripheral neuropathy affects the longest nerves in the body. These nerves are part of the peripheral nervous system, and are the network of nerves that carry signals from your brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body and back. This form of neuropathy causes symptoms in the limbs, especially the lower legs and feet. The symptoms include feelings of numbness, tingling, sharp or burning pain, hypersensitivity to touch, and problems in balance or coordination. In many cases, symptoms improve, especially if caused by a treatable underlying condition. Early diagnosis and treatment offer the best chance for controlling your symptoms and preventing further damage to your peripheral nerves. An estimated 20 million people in the United States have some form of peripheral neuropathy.
What can the ReBuilder do for you?
Like a pacemaker for your heart, the ReBuilder electronically measures the condition of your peripheral nerves and corrects the problem. It is a 30 minute home-based, self-administered treatment with no side effects, and is FDA cleared. The best part about the ReBuilder is that it is a therapeutic treatment, not just a temporary pain relieving device. No matter what the cause of your neuropathic pain, it is able to reduce or eliminate your pain symptoms. And as you change and improve, the ReBuilder changes with you.
How does the ReBuilder work?
- Uses three parallel processors that analyzes the condition of your nerves 7.83 times per second, making each machine specific to its patient.
- Computes and delivers the corrective signal, specific for you.
- Delivers an electronic signal that travels from one foot, up that leg via the sciatic nerve, across your lower spine, and down the other leg to the other foot. (It can also be used to treat issues in the hands in a similar fashion.)
- Helps improve the communication between your nerves and your brain, resulting in the reduction and elimination of the pain you are experiencing.
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