WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY
Adela went above and beyond the call of duty tonight, ordering STAT images for me AFTER HOURS AT HOME, then calling me with when results were finished so I could get verbal reports at 10 pm. She really helped out and its greatly appreciated by me and my patients family.April Bass
I just wanted to thank you so much for the opportunity to be a part of MD24. I’m so grateful to be with this company and part of this team! The last 2 weeks of my pregnancy have been difficult and I could not have done it without the help of Kelli, BK, and Stormi. Stormi even came in on her day off to make sure all my patients were taken care of! Please pass this along to other providers as this is a great team to be part of. Thanks again!Maria McCleskey PAC
Oh thank goodness for your service . . . been so tough for my brother and I to keep taking time off of work and take our father to the doctor.R. Wong
My goodness, it was a scary thing when I first started feeling it. I thought; maybe I’ll just go to the Doctor, maybe it has to do with something she can cure. But my Doctor didn’t have a lot of knowledge on what I later learned was Neuropathy. I found out that it could be caused by Chemotherapy; which I’ve had in my life, and then it was in my legs and I could feel it up towards my knees, and in my feet. One day I was reading my newspaper and I saw an ad: and I don’t usually pay attention to ads. This one kind of hit me, and I thought, I’m gonna call. I started coming to the Neuropathy clinic here and it’s like a miracle. The first time I came here, they had a smile… everybody had a smile! To me; because I work with so many people, and have my whole life, that means a lot to me. That means, Yep, we’re here to help. It took 3, 4, or 5 times to really notice a difference in the numbness in my leg, between my ankle and my knee. I talked to one of my tenants today and she was telling me a friend of hers had Neuropathy. He had the same numbness in his feet. I said you gotta have him come over and come with me. I’m a caregiver, so I’ve told my office about the treatment and if they know anybody, to direct them this way… I sincerely hope that anybody reading this will call and give this treatment a chance to help.Marilyn HallNeuropathy
Well, I had noticed it probably about 5, 6 years ago. I was starting to have a little bit of difficulty in my feet with sensation. Also a feeling like my feet were cold most of the time. Tactile stimuli type sensations. I developed Type II Onset Diabetes, and that was about maybe 7 to 8 years ago. Consequently, I developed Neuropathy. One of the things I noticed with my Neuropathy was that shoes didn’t seem to feel comfortable, also some major discomfort in the foot and going up the back of the leg… Well, discomfort, and just an annoyance. I’m physically quite active; I’ve been a walker all my life, been very active all my life physically. I had researched everything that had been done in this area. When I looked into it, I followed through.
So consequently that was an open invite. I chose the option, came in for a free consult. In the course of the treatment; I did go the 16 weeks, 32 sessions. I have completed that as of about a month ago. My outcome has been very, very positive! I’d say that I’ve had a 90% improvement. Hopefully it will stay that way. I don’t have the sensation of cold feet: and my testing, my pre and post testing, indicated that I was about 90 to 95% improved from the pre. For me it’s been a positive thing and I’m optimistic it will stay that way. I think there are two options. One that I pursued in the treatment of Neuropathy, the other one was medications. I opted not to do that. There are a number of medications out there you can take for this, but I chose this option. I figured I had nothing to lose.Dr. Lynn GrothDiabetes and Neuropathy