Are you in the kind of pain that won’t go away? Has your doctor finally labeled it neuropathic pain because they can’t pinpoint a cause? Neuropathic pain can be life-crushing and difficult to relieve.
Why is neuropathic pain relief so difficult to achieve? It’s possibly because of this: The pain comes from damage to the nerves that transfer information between the brain and spinal cord from the skin, muscles, and other body parts. That’s a lot of area to cover!
In addition, when you have neuropathic pain, it’s hard to tell what’s going on because the pain could be
- a burning sensation,
- pins and needles,
- numbness, or
- areas being sensitive to the touch.
In extreme cases, someone struggling with neuropathic pain may even find thick clothes impossible to wear because the slightest pressure can aggravate the pain. On the other hand, many people are desperate for protocol for neuropathy in legs and feet.
Treating Neuropathic Pain Traditionally
Unfortunately, the only way that conventional medicine approaches neuropathic pain relief is through pain management. What is pain management? It’s not a cure. Its goals are to manage the pain and minimize the adverse side effects of the protocol. However, regular over-the-counter pain killers rarely bring neuropathy pain relief.
That’s because neuropathic pain is tricky. It’s not always possible to locate the source of the pain, so it’s difficult for doctors to diagnose the underlying cause and come up with effective nerve pain protocol options.
As a result, most often, doctors will turn to prescription medications like gabapentin, anti-depressants, or even opioids. Other doctors may take a different approach and recommend pain management techniques in the way of lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, avoiding alcohol, changes to diet and exercise regimens, and adapting sleep behaviors.
Unfortunately, for many people with neuropathic pain, chasing after solutions is almost as debilitating as the merry-go-round of pain symptoms.
Are You Ready to Get Off the Merry-Go-Round?
If the answer is yes, then it’s time to try Equiscope therapy.
Equiscope therapy is non-invasive and non-chemical. Briefly, it uses microcurrent electrotherapeutic technology that’s been proven to rapidly relieve pain and reduce inflammation in every area of the body.
Intellbio is the exclusive distributor of the Electro-Equiscope. It’s safe, and thoroughly tested. It arrived on the scene in 2013 but is based on other technologies that have been around for over 30 years. Thousands of patients have used it successfully to relieve their pain. However, it wasn’t until quite recently that this affordable therapy option was finally made available to the general public.
Electroscope therapy has been used to
- Relieve pain and sport injuries
- Diminish chronic pain
- Support wellness and detoxification
- Support brain and sleep
- Assist as a beauty aid
Equiscope therapy is therefore an excellent solution for neuropathic pain because the microcurrents can help nerves to heal faster.
Let’s Look at an Example
As an example, here’s a quick case study so you can see how Equiscope for neuropathic pain can work:
Phoebe (not her real name) went to an Equiscope technician for help with the fibromyalgia pain she’d had for 15 years. She had generalized pain as well as a lot of pain in her jaw, especially the left side, where she’d had a tumor removed five years prior.
Her doctor had prescribed Cymbalta and Gabapentin, which wasn’t giving her the relief she’d been looking for.
She found an Equiscope practitioner and made an appointment. The practitioner used the Equiscope to apply microcurrent therapy to her jaw joint. After two sessions, she was free of jaw pain.
She returned for relief of generalized soft tissue pain. Her practitioner applied plates to the painful areas and conducted three Equiscope sessions. One week after the sessions, Phoebe reported: “I was able to hug my kids for the first time without pain in 10 years.” At her six-week follow up, she was still doing great!
These are the kind of results from using the Equiscope for neuropathic pain relief that make life worth living for any patient.
Give Equiscope Therapy a Try?
Intellbio is the exclusive distributor of the Electro-Equiscope, with providers all over the country.
If you’re ready to help your nerves heal faster and break the neuropathic pain cycle, find an Electroscope Practitioner in your area or contact us today if you’d like more information about Electroscope Therapy!