Neuropathy can be extremely debilitating and adversely affect the patient’s life. In our office we have a tremendous success rate of improving the symptoms and progression of Neuropathy. The approach is comprehensive and includes evaluating the patients Neurologically, Metabolically and Structurally. This whole body approach along with discovering the root cause is necessary if progress is to be made.
Dr. Michael Veselak has lectured extensively on the topic of Peripheral Neuropathy and has consulted with individuals from all over the world on the topic. He is the author of the best selling book “Understanding, Managing and Improving Your Peripheral Neuropathy”
Neuropathy: What Is It
Peripheral Neuropathy affects over 17 million people in the United States. Peripheral Neuropathy literally translates to abnormal nerves away from the center of the body. Peripheral Neuropathy can affect the motor, sensory and/or autonomic nerves. When the motor nerves are involved, movement will be inhibited, creating weakness or cramping and possibly balance issues. Neuropathy in the sensory nerves will often cause tingling, numbness or burning in the hands or feet. While the autonomic nerves control the part of the body that we do not control, such as circulation, digestion, and heart rate. In dealing with Neuropathy, any one of these types of nerves could be affected, or a combination of all three.
Best Selling Author: Understanding, Managing and Improving Your Peripheral Neuropathy
Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy
- Sensation of walking on marbles
- Cold Feet
Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
- Statin Drugs
- Stenosis of Neck or Back
- Disc Herniation/Degeneration
Less Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
- Autoimmune Issues
- Bacterial Infections
- Viral Infections
- Food Sensitivities
Dr. Michael Veselak has had the opportunity to evaluate and treat thousands of patients from Ventura County suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy. In doing so, Dr. Veselak has found a common thread throughout all neuropathy cases. The common thread is there is always an underlying metabolic condition that adversely affects the nerves, resulting in poor communication in the wiring from the brain to the hands and/or feet. Once this underlying cause is discovered, patients experience much greater improvement in their Neuropathy pain and faster results!
At Camarillo Functional Health, Dr. Michael Veselak approaches Neuropathy like no other clinic in Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, and Ventura County. Dr. Veselak utilizes four specific therapies in treating Peripheral Neuropathy. The first is the Hako-Med, a type of micro-current therapy to improve the ability of the large diameter afferent fibers to communicate with the brain. The second therapy is Spinal Decompression, which has allowed Dr. Veselak to safely and effectively take pressure off of the spinal nerves and increase disc height. The third is Cold Laser Therapy, which increases the cells ability to regenerate and heal by increasing ATP production. The fourth is infra red therapy which enhances circulation to the affected extremity.
By supporting the patient structurally, orthopedically, neurologically and metabolically , Dr. Veselak has had remarkable success with patients suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy. Our goal at Camarillo Functional Health is to change lives by improving our patients health so they can enjoy the aspects of life they have been missing.
ABC’S OF NEUROPATHY