Category: Patricia Delzell, M.D., Advanced Musculoskeletal Medicine Consultants, Inc.


Does laser therapy really work?

Individuals with a chronic condition are often desperate for relief. And marketers know that desperate people are sometimes easy targets for their unsubstantiated claims. As a result, store...

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Lighting up hope for neuropathy

If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy, you are not alone. More than half of people with type 2 diabetes will develop neuropathy in their lifetime. And while walking on hot coals may be...

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Avoid pain flares this winter

A touch of fall is in the air and that means cooler days are not far away. Unfortunately, colder temperatures and the isolation of winter can lead to pain flares, usually of old joint or muscle...

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PN treatment without drugs

Twenty million Americans are estimated to have peripheral neuropathy (PN), which occurs in one-third to one-half of people with diabetes. Potential symptoms of PN include: • Persistent burning...

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Hope for peripheral neuropathy

Those who have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy have been waiting a long time for some good news. After years of being told your nerves are “dead” and there is no hope, that hope is...

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