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Neuropathy and Laser

Neuropathy is a complex and often debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It involves damage to the peripheral nerves, leading to a wide range of symptoms such as pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness. Columbia Neuropathy and Laser is at the forefront of providing comprehensive and effective treatment options for individuals suffering from neuropathy.

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a term that encompasses a complex array of conditions, all related to the nerves' dysfunction within the body. It manifests in various ways, with symptoms ranging from mild tingling sensations to severe pain and loss of function. The underlying causes are diverse, and the treatment landscape continues to evolve.

Symptoms of neuropathy can vary widely, depending on the type and extent of the nerve damage. Common symptoms include:

  • Sensory Symptoms: Tingling, numbness, burning sensations, or pain.

  • Motor Symptoms: Muscle weakness, cramps, or uncontrolled movements.

  • Autonomic Symptoms: Altered sweating, digestive issues, or abnormal blood pressure.

Diagnosis typically involves a clinical examination, detailed medical history, neurological assessment, and specific tests such as nerve conduction studies, electromyography, or blood tests to identify underlying conditions.


Benefits of Laser Therapy

  • Pain Reduction: Our state-of-the-art Class IV therapy laser deliver targeted, non-invasive treatment, providing swift pain relief for patients suffering from acute or chronic pain conditions, enabling them to regain mobility and improve their quality of life.

  • Enhanced Tissue Healing: Our laser promote accelerated tissue repair by stimulating cell regeneration at the molecular level, expediting recovery and minimizing downtime for patients, ensuring faster healing for a wide range of injuries and post-operative recovery.

  • Increased Circulation: With our advanced laser therapy device, medical professionals can improve blood flow and oxygenation to affected areas, facilitating nutrient delivery and waste removal, thereby enhancing tissue vitality and reducing healing time.

  • Reduced Inflammation: Our Class IV therapy laser effectively target inflamed tissues, triggering a natural anti-inflammatory response that helps reduce swelling, ease discomfort, and promote quicker patient recovery.


  • Neuropathy affects over 20 million people in the United States alone, making it a widespread health concern.

  • Approximately 60-70% of people with diabetes develop diabetic neuropathy, making diabetes one of the leading causes of neuropathy.

  • Aging is also a significant risk factor, and about 30% of individuals aged 55 or older experience some form of neuropathy.

  • Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy affects around 30-40% of cancer patients undergoing treatment.

  • Neuropathy can be challenging to diagnose, and studies suggest that nearly half of all cases may go undiagnosed.

What if people don't get neuropathy treated?

Neuropathy patients who opt out of treatments have a high likely hood of the pain worsening, spreading and often times amputation. The nerves in the neuropathic area can be damaged beyond repair which can lead to amputation or life-long medication/surgery.

Don’t let neuropathy or constant pain keep you from doing the things you love!

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