coMra’s low-level laser therapy treatments can help to ease the pain of neuropathy and regenerate damaged nerve tissue, improving your quality of life.

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coMra Provides Regenerative Therapy for Neuropathy

What is neuropathy? Neuropathy (also more formally called peripheral neuropathy) is a problem affecting the peripheral nervous system.1 Damage to your peripheral nerves causes symptoms like numbness, weakness, tingling sensations and/or pain in the affected areas of your body.1

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What causes neuropathy? Diabetes is one of the leading causes of neuropathy,2 but there are also many other possible causes. Autoimmune diseases, hereditary conditions and certain medications (including those used in chemotherapy) can cause neuropathy.1 Peripheral nerve damage can also occur if you are injured or in an accident.1

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Relief from neuropathy: Studies have shown how low-level laser therapy (LLLT) can help to control diabetic neuropathic pain and improve the lives of patients.3 It does this by triggering biochemical changes in the cells.3 Not only that, LLLT can also improve symptoms like numbness, by helping to regenerate damaged or injured peripheral nerve tissue.4

coMra devices (coherence achieved through Modulation of different radiances) allow you to use LLLT at home as part of your day-to-day routine. There are numerous coMra protocols available to help with the symptoms of neuropathy. Some of these protocols are discussed in more detail in our blog post: coMra Therapy for Neuropathy.

In addition, to find out more about these specific treatment protocols, please download our eBook on Treating Peripheral Neuropathy with coMra Therapy.

WELLNESS HABITS FOR MANAGING NEUROPATHY

Living with neuropathy can be challenging, but there are steps you can take to make it easier to cope while you work through your treatment:5

  • neuropathyGet regular exercise, which helps with circulation, digestion, muscle strength and overall wellbeing.
  • Eat a balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
  • Massage the affected areas, to improve circulation, stimulate the nerves and ease pain or discomfort.
  • Quit smoking. Smoking cigarettes can affect your circulation, plus it damages your overall health and wellness.
  • Avoid sitting or standing in a way that puts pressure on your affected nerves.
  • If you are diabetic, take good care of your feet. Avoid wearing tight shoes and socks, and check your feet regularly for blisters, callouses etc. Cotton socks and padded shoes can help to keep sore or swollen feet cool and comfortable.

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References:

1 Mayo Clinic Peripheral Neuropathy. Jul 2021.
2 Cleveland Clinic. Neuropathy (peripheral neuropathy). Dec 2019.3 M A, Umer VS, Miya AG, et al. Low level laser therapy for the patients with painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy – A systematic review. Diabetes Metab Syndr. Jul-Aug 2019;13(4):2667-26704 Mashhoudi Barez M, Tajziehchi M, Tajziehchi M, et al. Stimulation Effect of Low Level Laser Therapy on Sciatic Nerve Regeneration in Rat. J Lasers Med Sci. Summer 2017;8(Suppl 1):S32-S375 The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy. Managing & coping with neuropathy.