Neuropathy Rebuilder Treatment

Medications are often provided to treat peripheral neuropathy symptoms.  The problem with medications alone is they do not treat the dysfunction but rather just mask neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain is a problem with your nerves, meaning, neuropathy is an electrical problem, and therefore needs an electrical fix. The ReBuilder is an electrical fix. In effect, the ReBuilder acts like how a pacemaker works for your heart’s electrical signals. It sets its output parameters for your physical mass by measuring the electrical analog “signals” and digital impedance of your body.  If the pacemaker does not send exactly the right “signal”, then the four chambers of the heart may not pump in the right order and if the signal is too fast or too slow, the heart stops. Similarly, the ReBuilder’s precisely controlled waveform coaxes your nerves to transmit their signals in the proper order. ReBuilder uses a 7.83 Hz frequency to allow time for the nerve cell to re-polarize (or reset) itself between its transmission of nerve signals. This process of re-polarization of abnormal signals directly reduces the nerve pain.

Treatment consists of soaking your hands or feet in a tub of water for 30 min a day, 3-5 x a week, for 15-20 sessions with the ReBuilder applied.  The ReBuilder treatments are covered by insurance and are available to all neuropathy patients except those with specific restricted medical diagnoses.

If you are experiencing numbness and tingling in your hands or feet or have been diagnosed with neuropathy, contact us for a free consultation.  To request an appointment, click here, or call directly to one of our three locations during regular business hours:

Cool Springs: 615-224-9810
Shelbyville: 931-684-0027
Spring Hill: 931-489-2022

Disclaimer:  The information in this blog is intended to be informational only, and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical care.  Consult a doctor or a physical therapist before attempting treatment on your own.

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