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Neuropathy Care in Huntington Beach

heel pain while walkingDo you experience burning, tingling, numbness, and loss of balance, primarily affecting the extremities? If yes, you may have neuropathy, a medical condition characterized by nerve damage. Patients typically experience these sensations in the lower legs, from the kneecaps to the feet, and even in the hands. This condition is not only uncomfortable but can progressively worsen, leading to more severe health issues.

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Causes and Diagnosis

About 30% of neuropathy patients have diabetes, which significantly contributes to the onset of this condition. Other potential causes include poor circulation, exposure to chemotherapy, certain autoimmune diseases, and the use of specific medications. Neuropathy often stems from damaged capillaries in the extremities, impairing blood flow and nutrient delivery to nerve tissues, ultimately causing nerve degradation.

Innovative Treatment Options

At Health Pro Wellness Center, we offer a holistic treatment protocol aimed at managing and potentially halting the progression of neuropathy. Although there’s no cure for neuropathy, our treatment plan can effectively manage the condition.

We use a combination of therapies that include the following:

These treatments are designed to stimulate vascular blood flow and restore nutrients to nerve endings, encouraging nerve repair and symptom management.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical treatment appointment involve?

Patients typically undergo a series of therapies, including 20 minutes of red light exposure, 20 minutes of electric muscle stimulation, and sessions of shockwave and laser treatments. Each appointment lasts about an hour, with sessions scheduled about thrice weekly.

How quickly can patients expect to see improvements?

The initial treatment program spans 10 weeks. Many patients report significant improvement halfway through the program, though experiences can vary based on individual conditions.

Do you offer nutritional counseling to help with neuropathy?

Yes, we provide a counseling session and a recipe book. We primarily recommend an anti-inflammatory-focused diet.

Does insurance cover this therapy?

While Medicare or Medicaid doesn’t cover our treatments, they may cover medications and other medical devices (e.g., walking aids). We offer cash plans for patients seeking our therapeutic options at the clinic.

Take Action Now

If you are experiencing symptoms of neuropathy, don’t wait for them to worsen. Contact Health Pro Wellness Center today to schedule a consultation and learn how our therapies can help manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life.



Neuropathy Care Huntington Beach, CA | (714) 962-8818