MICRO VASCULAR THERAPY NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR NEXT STEP
OFFERING SAFE, PAINLESS TREATMENT FOR RESTORING SENSATION AND ELIMINATING PAIN FOR DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY. To learn more, please call 610-642-8837.
Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder of the peripheral nerves which usually affects the hands and feet, causing weakness, numbness, tingling and pain. Neuropathy can slowly get worse, can improve then relapse, or can become very severe and debilitating. Your Next Step is the leading provider of safe and effective neuropathy treatments on the Main Line and in the greater Philadelphia area.
Peripheral neuropathy symptoms can vary widely, but common neuropathysign and symptoms include numbness, tingling, abnormal sensations, or pain in your feet. Many people try prescription drugs originally used as antidepressants and antiepileptics, but these provide limited relief and unpredictable side effects. Now Your Next Step is offering a NEW treatment for neuropathy that is patented, effective, and drug-free.
MicroVas provides micro vascular therapy and was originally developed by the U.S. military to treat hypothermia in Navy SEALS. Patients suffering from neuropathy often have reduced circulation, oxygenation, and nerve function in their feet and lower extremities. MicroVas which is a non-invasive, pain-free therapy, uses electronic impulses to cause muscle contraction and relaxation cycles which stimulate circulation. Increased blood flow raises the oxygen level in the tissues, which promotes healing in the nerves and muscles which have been damaged. The neuropathy treatment uses a powerful, deeply penetrating waveform to creating dramatic and lasting therapeutic effects.
MICROVAS TREATMENT: WHAT TO EXPECT
Initially, you will be evaluated for signs and symptoms of neuropathy. Once we confirm that your symptoms are due to a neuropathy, we will begin MicroVas therapy. MicroVas Treatments use strategically placed emitter pads in diametrical pairs so that a comfortable, deep penetrating electric impulse may pass through the lower leg or foot. MicroVas therapy lasts for approximately 45 minutes and is usually recommended as a 12 treatment regimen which is usually covered by most insurance plans. (We have established a reasonable cost for patients without insurance coverage.)
Although individual results may vary, most patients report a decrease in the original symptoms of burning, tingling, and numbness. At the end of 12 weeks of MicroVas treatment, we expect your balance to be restored and your quality of life improved. Testing suggests that the process is cumulative with repeated treatments, and the results to date have been long lasting.