Peripheral Neuropathy is one of the most common chronic diseases in the U.S…over 20 million Americans have it. Peripheral Neuropathy or “nerve damage” disrupts the body’s ability to communicate with muscles, skin, joints, or internal organs…as if body’s electrical wiring system is breaking down, causing numbness, pain, weakness and poor coordination. There is a problem with the nerves that carry information to and from the brain and spinal nerves. Symptoms usually begin with pain in the toes or feet, with the pain spreading up the legs over time. This can produce pain, loss of sensation and inability to control muscles.
Literally speaking…“Peripheral” means further out from the center of the body – distant from Brain and Spinal Cord. “Neuro” means nerves. “Pathy” means abnormal.
Dr. Morris speaks with WSMV Channel 4
Learn more in this TV NEWS SEGMENT featuring DR. MORRIS discussing the clinic’s ground-breaking Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment.Watch The Full Video Here