By Dr. Jaret Walker, DPM
Would you like to GET OFF the pain medications you are currently taking for Neuropathy?
Is your Neuropathy being managed with medication? Would you like to decrease the number of medications you are on? Is the medication you are taking for your neuropathy not enough to resolve your pain? Scientific Therapy in Plano, Texas can help.
Doctors are writing fewer prescriptions and saying yes to a new alternative treatment for peripheral neuropathy (PN). VST Myodynamic® therapy provides a safe, pain-free, non-invasive method to repair nerve damage from PN. Reducing your pain medications by reducing your pain level significantly is what VST is all about—repairing nerve damage, not masking the pain with medication.
A recent patient stated “My pain was constant with no relief. After 45 sessions, I can manage my self-care tasks much better and compete in the sport that I love. And, my pain has been reduced by 80 percent. The sensation in my hands has improved 40 percent, while my coordination has improved 50 percent!”
A study recently published show results of 83 percent pain reduction and 86 percent improvement overall! Better quality of life (less pain, better sleep, less medication affects) and reduction in the possibility of falling (improved balance) are the two major categories in which our patients report significant improvements.
Some of the reasons our patients have decided on treatment instead of medications for their neuropathy are: “I gained so much weight on my medication”, “I don’t feel like myself when I take it”, “It’s expensive”, and “The interaction with some of my other medications was unsafe”. What is your reason for wanting to get off your pain medication?
Our patients are having great success healing their nerves and eliminating their pain medications with VST Myodynamic® Therapy. If you are interested in receiving more information, feel free to contact Scientific Therapy at 972-867-0600.
A few facts about VST Myodynamic® therapy from Scientific Therapy: VST Therapy is painless and repairs your nerves, so it’s not just temporary relief. You must commit to 3-4 months; 3 days/week for 1 hour visits. You will need a referral from your doctor to receive treatment and treatment is covered by Medicare and all other insurances