Nerve & Healing Dysfunction
Extraordinarily complex, our healing process can be disrupted by a number of factors—resulting in persistent, chronic, non-healing wounds. Our nervous system also can experience interruptions, resulting in nerve disorders. When our nerves are damaged or dysfunctional, they’re unable to effectively relay messages, and this malfunction can trigger painful numbness, tingling, burning, or shooting sensation.
Nerve & Healing Dysfunction Conditions
Nerve Pain, Numbness, & Tingling
Your nerves send signals between your brain and spinal cord, and the rest of your body—including muscles, skin, arms, hands, legs, and feet. When your nerves are damaged or destroyed, they can’t effectively relay messages, and this malfunction can trigger painful numbness, tingling, weakness, and burning.Learn More
Sciatica is characterized by pain felt along the sciatic nerve’s path–from your lower back, through your hips and buttocks, and down your leg. When the sciatic nerve is compressed, pinched, irritated, or inflamed, you experience pain ranging from mild to severe.Learn More
Wounds, Lesions, & Ulcers
The wound healing process can be disrupted by a number of factors, resulting in persistent chronic wounds that become infected and do not heal. These wounds are commonly linked to diabetes, which negatively impacts immune system, nerve, and circulatory functions essential to the wound healing process.Learn More