The most effective non-invasive treatment for Diabetic Neuropathy and Chronic Ulcerations. This device dramatically increases micro-circulation that stimulates the body to regenerate neurovascular tissue promoting the body to heal itself. We have been using this device to reverse most forms of neuropathy and have helped over 1000 patients in over 20 years! We have a 75% success rate.
Peripheral neuropathy is prevalent among people with diabetes and has a strong correlation to the majority of diabetic foot ulcers and diabetes-related amputations. One potential option for helping these patients is Anodyne Therapy, a non-invasive treatment that has garnered praise in clinical studies and anecdotal kudos from podiatrists and their patients. The device, which received FDA approval in 1994, reduces pain and increases circulation, according to the company Anodyne Therapy. How does it work? The Anodyne Therapy System uses monochromatic infrared energy (MIRE) to release nitric oxide from the patient’s red blood cells. This improves nerve function and is important for making new blood vessels and healing wounds. Low levels of nitric oxide are common in people with diabetes and are a major factor in the poor circulation, loss of sensation, chronic falls, foot ulcers and pain of diabetic peripheral neuropathy. This procedure is covered by most insurance including Medicare.