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... Hi, I am new here and actually found this site while researching info about the rebuilder system. I am diabetic for 32 years and have severe neuropathy in my feet, hands and other places. My feet are not all that painful anymore because I basically have no feeling in them. ... (3 replies)
... I had about 10 accupuncture treatments. ... (8 replies)
... According to what I researched this is the same as proximal neuropathy and it is more common with those with type 2 diabetes and in older aduts with diabetes. ... (2 replies)

... ike someone was taking an electrical cord to me and shocking constantly up my legs and arms. They of course were puzzled by that but finally diagnosed also with neuropathy from all the nerve injury. It has been over two years and I am walking again but I can't begin to explain to them the disabling pain with neuropathy. ... (14 replies)
... s I tried 10 sesions of accupuncture as well as Chinese Massage on the legs and feet. ... (38 replies)
... I owned an acupuncture clinic for about 7 years and it never helped me, having been needled both by my acupuncture doctors and another private one at much more money than $75 per hour. However, accupuncture is great for hip displaysia (spelling) and sciatica. It really helped my dog too! He would limp in the room, I would hold him down with the needles in him for about... (3 replies)
... Update: * The optimizing of the pain med schedule was good. * Phase 1 accupuncture was completed {4 sessions} with mixed results {good then bad}. * Phase 2 accupuncture is now on the 3rd week and there is no change in the pain level so far, in fact it seems that the pain has been spiking. (18 replies)
... if that is low it can damage nerves and do lots of other bad things. I am thinking about accupuncture as I have tried everything else too. ... (3 replies)
... carnitine relieved some womans neuropathy pain. ... (22 replies)
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Nov 8, 2010
... Luckily, the number of medications available for neuropathy has increased drastically in the past two decades. ... (3 replies)
... There's many types of neuropathy. Basically nerves are inflammed or injured which causes (various types) of nerves to send our brains messages to feel pain, numbness, itching et al. Some only have relapses and many (like me) have constant pain, burning etc. I hope you don't see me as flippant about it, but I've known about it for over 10 yrs. The only "cure" for me is to... (9 replies)
... us I'm on quite a few natural supplements that are good for overall health and the nervous system. I believe it is decreasing the burning pain I have. I do start accupuncture next week, hopefully that will help in some way. I find it is a Mind , Body , Spirit thing. ... (110 replies)
... My friend did six weekly sessions for what the doctors diagnosed as diabetic neuropathy, pain the feet is felt 24/7. The acupuncture sessions didn't help in this case. It's been almost 2 years now and my friend recently decided to try the ReBuilder. The perception of using this device is a similar feeling as doing acupuncture minus the needles, plus you do this in... (3 replies)
... I had regular acupuncture by a Chinese woman at my Chinese (although U.S. med school) pain mgmt physician's office for about 6 or 7 sessions. It didn't help, although it was relaxing. I have Atypical facial pain - facial neuropathy. But, when he got a new acupuncturist and asked if I wanted to try him, he said he was "very good", I think implying that all acupuncturists are... (3 replies)
... im it is not against the nerve. I am currently in PT and she saw my feet in a flare and was concern about it. She is contacting my pain dr. I will be starting accupuncture soon. ... (3 replies)
... Hello all. I guess everyone has a daily struggle with this beast. It's unpredictable, so you never know when you are going to get an attack. Bobby Flay, I'm sorry to hear you are having the troubles you are. My heart goes out to you and all others. I'm still searching for answers, I just can't accept this Idiopathic dx., there must be some underlying cause. I'm also going to... (110 replies)
... Well, I just got back from visiting the chiropractor. I have never seen this chiro before. I feel as though there are awesome chiros out there ranging on the scale down to terrible ones. This guy seemed somewhere in the middle. He thinks that I have a few things that helped this problem get to where it is. I also have some lower back issues that hadn't been bothering me... (38 replies)
... it.Lastly, try to be optimistic. Give accupuncture a try. ... (7 replies)
... ugh. whoever said accupuncture had no side effects, lies! ... (7 replies)
... Mine got worse too, temporarily after each treatment. I know that accupuncture is supposed to have virtually no side effects, but I had some! ... (7 replies)

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