Discovered in 1992 Called “Molecule of the Year”
1998, The Nobel Prize for Medicine was given to three scientists that discovered the signaling role of nitric oxide as a vasodilator.
Controls how much oxygen and nutrients get into the cell of our entire body, essential for all wound healing.
Starting at age 40, lose the ability to produce of Nitric Oxide drastically, causing our blood vessels to become less efficient.
Aids in production of VEGF, (Vascular endothelial growth factor)
Infrared therapy needed to stimulate the mitochondria (energy portion) of the nerve cell for cellular replication
NEUROLIGHT®designed for 4x more infrared output then other FDA cleared units available.
Increased output equals decreased healing time
Infra-red has demonstrated ability to increase skin level nerve density by 400%
The ReBuilder® rebuilds the nerves by using a specific "patented waveform" which automatically adjusts to each patient's specific needs. It calms the nerves and increases blood flow to the affected areas which allows the nerve cells to heal.
ReBuilders® built-in microprocessor automatically measures several physiological functions of the nerves to establish correct function for the each individual patient.
Patients treated with the ReBuilder had an 95 percent improvement in global symptoms with no serious adverse events, and minimal to no side effects.
PROPER AND SPECIFIC NUTRITION FOR NERVE CELL REPLICATION IS ESSENTIAL.
Specific amino acids are needed in abundance as the building blocks for nerve
cell replication. (regrowth of nerve endings)
A 12-week patient portal for nutritional and structural support. Patient receives daily emails with videos and dietary suggestions to aid in reversal of neuropathy.
You are not left on your own. Everyone's neuropathy is slightly different and protocols are specifically designed and monitored for your condition and cause.
Ability to call the Doctor 7 days a week with questions.
BALANCE ISSUES ONE OF THE MORE SERIOUS ISSUES WITH NEUROPATHY.
Protocols have been established to improve balance and strength. The type of protocol needed will vary from patient to patient.
Therapy may be as simple as utilization of vibration to reestablish communication of the nerves in the feet to the central nervous system.
More advanced therapy may be needed to diminish the release of certain chemicals in the spinal cord and brain that the body uses to decrease pain levels. This is especially true for more advanced cases of neuropathy determined by the length of time the patient has suffered and to the degree.
This can involve stimulation of specific nerve ends at the skin level or more stimulation of the central nervous system directly.