YOU ARE AT THE RIGHT PLACE:
Ventura County’s Premier Facility For Neuropathy
Dr. Michael Veselak, D.C. has lectured extensively on the subject of Peripheral Neuropathy. He has written a book called “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now” and currently is the administrator of a group on facebook called Neuropathy Pain Support Group.
WHAT IS PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?
Peripheral Neuropathy basically means abnormal nerve away from the center. It can affect the motor, sensory or autonomic nerves. If the motor nerves are involved this will affect movement creating weakness or cramping and possibly affecting balance. The sensory nerves when affected can cause tingling, numbness or burning. The autonomic nerves control the parts of our body we do not think about, circulation, digestion, heart rate. With neuropathy any one of these could be affected or a combination of them.
Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy
- Sensation walking on marbles
- Cold Feet
Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy:
- Statin Drugs
- Stenosis of Neck or Back
- Disc Herniation/ Degeneration
For many of the thousands of people we have had the opportunity to evaluate and treat there has been a common thread for the chronic pain patient. This thread which we address during our consultation is there is always an underlying metabolic that adversely affects the nervous system.
Our success with these complex chronic cases has been that we address the structural, orthopedic, neurological and metabolic component. Coupled with the fact that we have the most advanced technology in the county for treating these complex cases we are able to have our patients achieve their goals they established at the onset of treatme
How Do We Help You Get Relief from the Pain and Other Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy?
Camarillo Spine and Sports Therapy has had tremendous success in the treatment of the symptoms associated with peripheral neuropathy. It’s not uncommon for us to see positive results within just five treatments.
With Dr. Veselak’s treatment plan, did you know you can overcome neuropathy without taking addictive, potentially harmful, and expensive medications? We offer a non-invasive, no-drug alternative to treat your neuropathy, whether you have diabetic, post-surgical, or peripheral pain or are suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome.
Dr. Veselak will start the corrective process in our office with a comprehensive evaluation followed by a specific treatment regimen and then create a home maintenance plan based on your needs.
What is Restless Legs Syndrome?
Peripheral neuropathy can often be associated with a “restless legs” feeling. It may result in Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), which is characterized by unpleasant sensations in the legs and an uncontrollable urge to move when at rest in an effort to relieve those feelings. RLS sensations are often described by people as burning, creeping, tugging, or like insects crawling inside the legs.
The most distinctive or unusual aspect of the condition is that lying down and trying to relax activates the symptoms. As a result, most people with RLS have difficulty falling and staying asleep, resulting in exhaustion and daytime fatigue. Many people with RLS report that their job, personal relations, and daily activities are strongly affected due to exhaustion. They are often unable to concentrate, have impaired memory, or fail to accomplish daily tasks.
In most cases, the cause of RLS is unknown, although there is a family history in approximately 50 percent of cases.
Often, treating the associated medical condition, such as peripheral neuropathy or diabetes, will alleviate RLS symptoms. For patients with idiopathic RLS, treatment is directed toward relieving symptoms.
We at Camarillo Spine and Sports Therapy treat RLS patients, and our success rate is dramatic. Many of our patients would be delighted to talk to those of you who have concerns or if you’ve had your hopes dashed before.
When you need expert and advanced health care,
Camarillo Spine and Sports Therapy is the right place for you!