restless leg syndrome treatment

The name “restless legs syndrome” does not do the severe nature of the condition justice as it has been said that 10% of the population suffers from restless legs; and out of those, half have it severely. Restless leg syndrome is also known as Willis-Ekbom disease and is twice as common in female patients. Here…

Rock Bottom: The Unfortunate Truth: Back pain is sadly very common, and has become one of the top reasons for trips to the doctor.  Even more unfortunate, back pain is also one of the hardest to treat, and treatments rarely lead to lifelong alleviation from pain. Veronica knows this story very well, as her back had been giving her…

Sports other Injuries MLS Laser Therapy

Have you ever been injured? If you have, you know that anyone who has had a physical condition, sports or any injury that affects mobility or quality of life has the same goal: A rapid return to everyday activities. From practicing cryotherapy to speed up muscle healing, to spending thousands of dollars on therapy… people…

Neurostimulation therapy

Many people suffer from chronic pain. In many cases, surgery or other treatments may not have worked.  Once upon a time, people like this had few alternatives.  But today, they have another option to consider with virtually no risk: neurostimulation, which uses mild electrical impulses to block pain signals in the nerves along the spinal…

jude-story-relief-neuropathy

Judy Schmidt was at the end of her rope. After more than 20 years of debilitating neuropathy, countless doctors’ appointments, and pain that just wouldn’t let up, she was ready to quit. Finally, she found hope. Life Before Neuropathy Judy was a woman with a life. She had run a successful business for more than…

Sherrie drop foot testimonials

Sherrie’s experience with Anderson Podiatry was wonderful from the moment she placed her call to the second she was in the chair talking to Dr. Anderson. Sherrie was treated for a condition called drop toot, which is a general term for difficulty lifting the front part off the foot. It is caused by weakness of…

Jacque tarsal tunnel, drop foot, neuropathy, mortons foot

Jacque’s experience at Anderson Podiatry was wonderful; she felt welcomed and safe, especially during the time of her surgery. According to Jacque, everyone was incredibly kind and she felt well taken care of as all of her questions were answered. Jacque was treated for tarsal tunnel, and along with that she developed drop foot, neuropathy,…

The Patient Who Started It All 14 years ago, I made a bold decision to do something conventional medicine wasn’t doing. Little did I know it would change my professional life forever. Back then, I never thought that one day I would work to reverse the symptoms of neuropathy (the burning, tingling, numbness and pain…

Peripheral neuropathy is a very common issue that affects patient’s legs and feet. Yet for something so common, we have a long way to go to help manage this painful and potentially debilitating problem. For most people, the symptoms start slowly and gradually worsen over time. This slow onset can delay the onset of diagnosis…

neuropathy real patient real storie

Welcome to Part 3 of our blog, Neuropathy 101. We’ve discussed the signs and symptoms in Part 1, and advanced treatment options in Part 2. And, of course, we saved the best part for last. If you or someone you love is suffering from neuropathy, the most important thing for you to know is that…

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