Tomasetti Family Chiropractic Offers Non-Invasive Treatment for Neuropathy
Jan 26, 2017 12:14AM
Adam Tomasetti, doctor of chiropractic and owner of Tomasetti Family Chiropractic, in Mountville, has added new non-invasive, non-drug treatments for neuropathy––pain, numbness and tingling in hands and feet. The treatments include NASA-developed infrared light therapy, vibration therapy and Rebuilder technology that is used by the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, along with customized supplements formulated from Nobel Prize-winning research.
New candidates are currently being accepted. Through a neuropathy severity evaluation and circulation testing, Tomasetti can determine with a high degree of confidence whether or not someone is a candidate for treatment and can be accepted into the program. Of the people who are accepted as candidates for treatment, the success rate is between 80 and 85 percent. The percentage is high because Tomasetti only accepts patients that he thinks can be helped.
Readers suffering with neuropathy can be helped to avoid falls and fractures by improving balance, regain mobility and more pain-free motion, and avoid the possibility of limb amputation. Once treatment is completed, no ongoing maintenance therapy is typically required.
“It's very rewarding for me, both personally and professionally, to be able to give hope and help to patients, many of whom have been told there are really just no good options,” shares Tomasetti.