Diabetic Neuropathy is a complication associated with diabetes resulting in nerve damage. It is a progressive disease that can involve loss of sensation, as well as pain and weakness in the feet and sometimes in the hands. According to recent studies, approximately half of all diabetes patients develop diabetic neuropathy.
Various adjunct treatments to improve neuropathy have been introduced into the market. One such treatment is monochromatic infrared energy...
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Anodyne Infrared Therapy has been a life – saver for me. My pain was so terrible that I actually wanted to die to escape it, to be relieved…My Anodyne was the best purchase ever” H.M. (Joliet, IL)
“The combination of Anodyne Infrared Therapy and exercises prescribed by the PT folks has improved my...
What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is a medical term and diagnosis describing disorders of nerves generally in the peripheral nervous system. While the cranial nerves may sometimes be included, it is usually synonymous with peripheral neuropathy and is usually associated with diabetes. Peripheral neuropathy is defined as abnormal function and /or structure of peripheral motor, sensory, and autonomic neurons, involving either the entire or selected levels or sections...