Reversing Neuropathy: Making The Impossible Possible

After 15 years of practice and frustrated by seeing his patients getting sicker and sicker, Dr. Brian Prax dove head first into the study of Functional Neurology. In this easy to follow manual, he describes many of the causes of peripheral neuropathy which affects 24 million Americans every year.

This step-by-step guide outlines his natural system that is reversing neuropathy with a success rate of over 85% in a concise and straightforward format. Have you heard that “There’s NOTHING that can be done” for neuropathy or that “you’ll just have to learn to live with it?” How about “you’re just getting older?” In Reversing Neuropathy; Making the Impossible, Possible, you can learn what most doctors are never taught in school and how it is the secret to reversing your neuropathy.

Dr. Brian lives and practices in Charlottesville, Virginia with his wife and four children, a flock of hens and three felines. He loves mountain biking, triathlon and hanging out with his family. You can also visit his Facebook and YouTube channels where there is even more information on healthy living, DIY tips on reversing chronic conditions like neuropathy and general positivity.

Peripheral Neuropathy: When the Numbness, Weakness and Pain Won’t Stop (American Academy of Neurology Press Quality of Life Guides)

“Peripheral neuropathy affects 10 to 20 million people in the U.S, including ten per cent of all people who have diabetes. This condition has numerous causes, but can be associated with diseases such as HIV, alcoholism, and lupus, and may result from treatments for other medical conditions, such as cancer chemotherapy. Symptoms include pain, numbness, loss of balance, and tingling in the extremities. Although a widespread condition, most people don’t know about it, and when diagnosed find it difficult to obtain information.

Peripheral Neuropathy, by Norman Latov, Professor of Neurology at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, explains what we know about neuropathy, including its causes and manifestations, and what can be done to manage it. Topics covered include:

  • The causes of peripheral neuropathy
  • Drug therapy for the condition itself and for managing symptoms such as pain
  • Interventional therapy
  • Caring for your feet
  • Personal accounts of people living with neuropathy
  • Alternative medicines, and much more

This indispensable guide will help millions of people understand this condition so that they can take control of their lives and make informed decisions. In addition, it will be a useful resource for their families, caregivers, and health care providers.”

Peripheral Neuropathy: What It Is and What You Can Do to Feel Better (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

Nearly one in fifteen people―that’s 20 million people in the United States―suffers from peripheral neuropathy, or nerve damage. Caused by such conditions as diabetes, cancer, vitamin deficiencies, and kidney disease as well as certain drugs and toxins, neuropathy brings numbness, tingling, and burning in the feet, legs, and fingertips. Neuropathy can be more than uncomfortable―it can be disabling: people whose fingertips are numb may find it hard to button clothing and complete other everyday tasks. Neuropathy is often dangerous, as well: people who cannot feel their feet are more likely to stumble and fall, and they may not notice injuries that need medical attention.

Dr. Janice F. Wiesman, a neurologist with twenty years of experience helping people who have neuropathy find relief, shares her special insights into this painful and debilitating condition. With exceptional clarity, Dr. Wiesman begins by outlining the basics of nerve anatomy and function. She explains how peripheral neuropathy is diagnosed and treated, describes neuropathy’s disparate causes, and offers readers lifestyle changes that can help keep nerves healthy. A useful glossary defines terms, patient stories offer real-world experiences, and illustrations provide a visual key to the condition. A detailed resources section points the reader to reliable web sites and organizations that offer more help.

Concentrating on the most common types of neuropathy, Dr. Wiesman provides hope, help, and comfort to patients, families, and caregivers.