Neuropathy Report


“Is Your Lifestyle Literally Getting to Your Nerves? Find Out Why You May Have Neuropathy and What You Must Do NOW Before the Condition Becomes Worse!”

Dear Friend,

Does it seem like your hands or feet are becoming increasingly numb? Is it sometimes difficult to sense temperatures? Do injuries to the skin go unnoticed because your never felt that they were there? You might have the common nerve-related condition known as neuropathy.

Hi, my name is Dr. Jones and in this report, I am going to tell you about the common causes of this disease, and why it is important to act now before neuropathy puts you at risk for more severe measures, such as amputation.

Certainly things don’t have to progress this far, but it is imperative that you pay attention to what I am about to tell you in order to catch this problem while there is still time! This is much hope for those who suffer with neuropathy, and help is closer than you think.

What is Neuropathy?

It is estimated that nearly 20 million Americans struggle with neuropathy. Many more may have symptoms of the condition in some form.

Neuropathy can be defined as a loss of sensation in the hands and feet due to damage suffered by a single nerve or a group of nerves. Our nerves are what cause us to sense and feel the world around us, and tell us when an object is hot or cold, or rough or smooth, and warn us of danger by allowing us to feel pain.

Pain is a good thing! For instance, if you touched a hot stove, you would know to pull your hand back, right? People with neuropathy, on the other hand, might not sense burning sensations. Can you see the problem here?

If your nerves are not functioning properly, you are putting yourself at risk of suffering injuries unaware such as cuts or burns, or even worse, as we will discuss later. Certainly you don’t want that; do you?

Causes of Neuropathy

Neuropathy can be caused by one or more of a number of factors; however, most common cause of neuropathy is diabetes.

Other causes of neuropathy include:

  • Sudden injuries to the nerves, or repeated tension due to physical stress – Sometimes our occupations can cause damage to our nerves, especially if the job entails repetive movements.
  • Illnesses such as arthritis, lupus, or any one of the variety of auto-immune diseases – Yes, disease can cause the onset of neuropathy.
  • Consumption of alcohol – Alcohol is a poison that can hinder proper circulation in your limbs.
  • Poor nutrition – Almost every medical condition goes back to the importance of a proper diet.
  • Some types of medication – Talk to your doctor if you experience the symptoms of neuropathy while taking a newly-prescribed medication.

It is also estimated that 30% of all neuropathy cases remain a mystery, in that the exact cause is left undetected.

It is imperative to seek medical attention when suspecting the onset of neuropathy. Ignoring the problem only serves as an invitation for the condition to progressively get worse.

The Progression of Untreated Neuropathy

Neuropathy is clever in that it varies from person to person and sometimes plays games with its victims. At times, the disease may seem to go away, only to return later to remind you that it hasn’t forgotten your address. For others, the numbness and weakness that one may experience in their limbs may progress in very small increments, so that its claim upon a person’s body may seem minimal, causing an individual to assume that the situation is only minor. Yet, for others, neuropathy may make itself known loud and clear to the point that the individual afflicted with the condition may even find themselves in a debilitated state.

If neuropathy is not treated early and is left to progress, you put yourself at risk for a number of horrific scenarios:

  • Suffering serious burns to your hands or feet from hot water or flames
  • Obtaining a cut or open sore which goes undetected and thus develops into an infected wound
  • Developing gangrene, which could warrant an amputation in the worst cases
  • Losing the ability to walk properly
  • Losing the ability to grasp items properly

Therefore, if you note the symptoms of neuropathy, there’s no better time than the present to ACT NOW. Don’t take risks with your hands and feet; they are precious to you.

The good news is that help is readily available today. You can get your life back!

Saving Your Senses

You don’t have to become another number in the statistics of those whose lives are ravaged by this condition. However, you must put yourself in the capable hands of a licensed medical professional who can examine the root cause of your neuropathy and chart a course of action that can help you to deal with the problem at its origin.

If the cause of your neuropathy is not effectively dealt with, you will only continue to experience the numbness and weakness that has been plaguing your hands and/or feet thus far. Therefore, it is imperative not to try to diagnose yourself or act as your own personal treatment center.

Thankfully, there is a doctor near you who can give you the best care possible and help you to regain the feeling that is so vital to everyday life! THAT DOCTOR IS ME. OUR OFFICE IS RIGHT HERE IN Draper. I want to see you as soon as possible in order to help you avoid all of the aforementioned negative ramifications that stem from neuropathy and most importantly, to pinpoint and confront the root cause of your problem. I will equip you with ALL THE INFORMATION THAT YOU NEED and put you on a course to staying healthy and happy. In fact, I would like to offer you a Free Consultation, so that we can discuss your situation right away.

However, I can’t help you unless YOU contact me! The BALL IS IN YOUR COURT…DON’T PUT THIS OFF! SIMPLY complete the form below and WE’LL SCHEDULE YOU IN AT YOUR CONVENIENCE! Again, complete this form NOW, and let’s sit down and talk about YOU!

I look forward to seeing you in person very soon!