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Novel Treatment Can Regenerate Nerves Damaged by Peripheral Neuropathy

A new technique that uses the principles of quantum mechanics can help some patients with peripheral neuropathy (PN) regenerate destroyed nerves, a recent study suggests. There are approximately 23 million people in the United States affected by PN: numbness, weakness or pain caused by peripheral nerve damage, according to Peter M. Carney, MD, lead study author and a private practice neurosurgeon based in Elkhart, Ind. Dr. Carney said pharmaceuticals are currently the standard of care for PN, but some studies have shown that “even the best medications help less than half of the people who have pain,” and these patients are at risk for adverse side effects...Read More

December 20th, 2016|Categories: Other Publications|

CET effectively treats CIPN – Carney (J Clin Oncology) – 2015 ASCO Annual Meeting Abstract

Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) occurs in ~ 20-100% of cancer patients receiving chemotherapy based on the dose and type of cancer receiving treatment.1,2 Currently symptom modification remains our only treatment option,3 but has a less than 50% chance of helping patients reduce their pain by 50% and may cause many “adverse side effects.”...Read More

December 19th, 2016|Categories: Other Publications|

Quantum Theory Treats Neuropathy Better Than Pharmacology

The principles of the quantum theory (QT) offer an exciting new treatment option for painful peripheral neuropathy (RPN), a devastating disease that affects an estimated 23 million Americans (1-4). Erwin Schrodinger, the Nobel Laureate and one of the founders of the quantum theory, proposed in 1943 that "living matter at the cellular level can be thought of in terms of quantum mechanics - pure physics and chemistry (5)."...Read More

December 19th, 2016|Categories: Other Publications|

Electric Current and Local Anesthetic Combination Successfully Treats Pain Associated With Diabetic Neuropathy

In an open-label trial, a unique electric current combined with a local anesthetic reduced pain in patients who have diabetic neuropathy. More than 24 million Americans have diabetes, and it is estimated that between 40% and 50% of these people will experience some form of nerve damage from their diabetes...Read More

October 4th, 2016|Categories: Other Publications|