Fort Wayne Neuropathy Treatment Review Busch Chiropractic
Alright if you want to just state your name and where you’re from. Linda Wagner Fort Wayne, Indiana. Ok what sort of symptoms were you having Linda when you came to Busch Chiropractic Center? I was having a lot of burning and pain in my legs and numbness in the feet. Had you had that for a long time? Yes. I was diagnosed about 4 years ago with neuropathy. Ok and you did the Busch Neuropathy protocol, how are you doing now? I’m doing a lot better, I don’t have, the burning is more or less gone away, I don’t have the pain, my legs aren’t as restless as they used to be, and I can seem to walk longer than I used to. Awesome, kind of just a quick summary of your thoughts on Busch and the staff at Busch.
Chiropractic. Everybody has been great here, I’ve had a good experience. It’s been great for me because it’s helped, you know, with my legs. Especially sleeping at night has been improved. Awesome, perfect.
How to Treat Neuropathy
Good afternoon, my name is Troy Giles. I’m a of Chiropractic and a Natural Internist and today I want to talk to you a little bit about how to treat neuropathy. I had a patient earlier today who came in with neuropathy in his hands and in his feet. Originally when I talked to his wife last time on the phone, she said neuropathy and I was thinking foot only, thinking oh it’s a disc issue. He’s got neuropathic pain down his foot and it’s going to be a disc issue. But as I started to talk with him during the consultation he said no I’ve got it in both my hands and my feet. The first thing that came to my mind was multiple sclerosis. That’s very much, very common. But he’s seen his medical .
And has had various MRI’s of the brain, of the spine. There’s no demyelination of the brain or of the spinal cord, so MS would be ruled out. Demyelination is like this. This is a great explanation of demyelination. Here’s my cord that I bring my table up and down with. Right here it got a cut on it. It got connected and ran over with the vacuum. When plastic, or the rubber cord comes off of electrical wires it will start to short. That’s what MS is. It is literally a shorting of nerve fiber. Because the myelin is being attacked, either by the body or it’s being attacked by a virus. Now that’s not neuropathy, but you have neuropathic pain with multiple sclerosis. Well it ended up that he, it came on very.
Sudden. It was just within a week or so he’s got numbness in his hands and in his feet. After we looked it today and scanned him on our computer, we found that he has a virus, one, affecting the inside of the nerves, not the myelin sheath, but it’s affecting the nerves themselves. So there’s a virus. We also found some scoliosis issues where some scoliosis had happened. He’d also stepped on to a curb and broken his ankle and about two weeks after he had the cast taken off of his ankle is when these symptoms appeared. So my assertion there is that his overall energy, his constitution had dropped because of the break. He’d also had antibiotic therapy for the break. They just wanted to make sure.
He didn’t get a secondary infection. And two years prior he had had a heart attack, where they gave him antibiotics as well, which then disrupted his digestive tract. His gut became leaky and now he’s leaking toxins through his whole gut. That overloaded his overall system to where now he can get a virus that’s now affecting the nerves of his hands and of his feet. So you see neuropathic pain is not always just from diabetes. Diabetes is another reason why you can have neuropathy. But neuropathy is usually, oh and the other thing that we found is that because of the heart, because he had the heart attack, and high cholesterol, that he had low circulation. His circulation was low and he had cold hands.
And feet as well. So the treatment that we did for him today was to give him a supplement called ViroEX for the virus. That’s a natural herbal supplement that will help to get rid of the virus. We gave him NerveAll to repair the DNA function, the DNA structure of the nerves, to help them, to help them, their neurologic pathways increase. So that was NerveAll. We gave him Cardiar, which is a supplement that has 5000 mg of Larginine and 1000 mg of Lcitruline. The Larginine and Lcitruline helps to repair plaquing in the arteries, helps support the heart and helps to draw out cholesterol. So we wanted to work that with his heart and increase the circulation in his hands. We also gave him.
Another supplement called IntegraCell. I had to think for a minute. IntegraCell is an antioxidant that helps to remove the free radical damage, the oxidative stress. Free radicals are like little, little, they’re basically from anything that we eat and drink. They’re in our environment. They cause us to have damage in our system where the cells become damaged. We wanted to give him that to support the regeneration as well. So it’s not always.diagnosing it isn’t always easy. In fact, the medical that he saw is a neurologist and basically did all the scans and every kind of blood work that he could check, all the CAT Scans and MRI’s that he could think of and basically scratched his.
Head. Literally the patient said he scratched his head and said you probably need to just go back to, back down to St. George where you live. He’s a snowbird. He comes back and forth between, between Utah and Las Vegas area, Mesquite. He said go back, you know, go back down to St. George or down that way. I don’t know what to tell you, he said. But that was interesting to be able to scan him. So if you have neuropathy there are things that can be done. Come in to the office and we can check and see why you have it.