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A nerve is an organism just like a plant.

What do you think of when you see a wilting plant? What does it need?


Water, sunlight, and nutrients - they take toxins away from its environment for healing!

The blood vessels will grow back around the nerves much like a plant’s roots grow when watered.

A nerve is an organism just like a plant, so our goal in our clinic is simple. We must increase blood supply to the nerve so it can heal. But first, ask yourself this question. How many medications will it take to increase blood flow to the dying nerve? You are correct! None! Medications cannot increase blood flow.

Medications do not stop the progression or even slow it down. Medication can temporarily work but then as nerve damage and symptoms get worse, increased dosage of medication is required to get the same effect as before. Well, there is a legal limit for how much medication a doctor can prescribe per day. So, what happens when you are taking the maximum per day and it no longer continues to help the symptoms? What happens when the nerve damage gets to the point of no return and the nerves can no longer regenerate and the neuropathy is permanent?

At our practice, Better Health Studio, we have a 90-95% success rate with neuropathy using cutting-edge technology and targeted nutrition formulated for neuropathy. Our safe and non-invasive protocols help to heal the damaged and dying nerves by:

1) Increasing blood flow to the nerves

2) Re-generating and repairing small fiber nerves back to normal function

3) Decreasing pain signals

One way we increase blood flow is using cutting-edge technology such as lower-level light therapy. This technology was discovered by NASA for treating wounds in space.

Low level light therapy creates a process called angiogenesis. Angiogenesis means “new blood vessels”. It’s like watering a plant. The more LLLT a nerve gets, the more it repairs itself, just like a plant would by getting more water, sunlight, and nutrients.

Another way we can help heal the dying nerves is with advanced targeted nutrition. Proper nutrition is vital for optimal tissue and nerve repair.

The most common mistakes neuropathy sufferers make are to take the “it will go away on its own” or “the medications will get me better” mentality. Doing this for long periods can cause you to reach a point of no return. Stop this insanity today and call our office for a complimentary consultation.

Yen Nguyen, DC


Integrative Nutrition Health Coach

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