Burning Feet – A Possible Sign of Peripheral Neuropathy
It’s very possible that your burning feet could be a indication you are suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy, nerve damage that can result from a number of different reasons.
The symptoms for this highly debilitating condition typically begin with numbness, or tingling in your fingers or toes.
As time goes on it has a tendancy to spread into your hands or feet and the symptoms may increase to burning, freezing, throbbing and shooting pains that make walking very difficult.
People that suffer with Peripheral Neuropathy are frequently heard to say that the symptoms increase at night when they’re trying, unsuccessfully, to sleep, or they feel so weak that it’s hard to hold onto things.
Each person is different
No two people have the exact same symptoms or degree of discomfort, but one thing they do have in common, is once it begins it doesn’t get any better.
Because their medical professionals can’t offer any hope of relief, so many become quite depressed as their quality of life decreases.
We offer hope and relief!
The Bellevue Pain Institute is having great success treating Peripheral Neuropathy using Low Level Laser Therapy, a non-invasive, pain free, drug free treatment. Many of our patients are feeling a difference after just one treatment.
Enjoy this video of one of our patients whose is definitely feeling relief.
Then contact us for your first treatment and doctor evaluation.