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After inspiring others to overcome who were dealing with peripheral neuropathy and other challenges, I decided to create a 67 page step-by-step guide, teaching my methods.

Why create this ebook?  My main reason is that I know what it’s like to feel the agonizing pain of putting your feet on the ground… I know what it’s like to be drugged on the prescription meds the doctor so readily hands out… and, I know, that you don’t have to go through that.  There is another way- and I am proof that it works.  And I’d like to make it available to everyone with Peripheral Neuropathy, and genuinely help you.  Starting a business helping myself and other PN sufferers, seemed like a great idea.

I’m so confident, that once you start going through “9 Simple Steps Guide” and implementing some of the ‘pain-alleviating’ techniques, your entire life can change.

  • You’ll be able to get up in the morning, with less stiffness and aches in your feet…
  • You’ll be able to walk around with less numbness, and more strength
  • Your relationships can be better and more fulfilling.  Your mood can improve if you struggle with depression.
  • Others with PN will actually admire you, just as they did for me- you’ll inspire a lot of people, as they see you smash through the barriers and live your life like everyone else around you…

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Take a look to Dean´s Recent Articles

15 03, 2018


  • March 15th, 2018
TENS and PENS stand for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and Percutaneous Electical Nerve Stimulation respectively. Both procedures can be helpful in alleviating some of the more painful symptoms of peripheral neuropathy, but have to be used repeatedly to sustain the benefits. During TENS procedures, a small battery operated device is worn by the patient and electrodes are typically placed on the surface of the skin, over the area where the pain is felt. [...]
12 03, 2018

Medications That Cause Peripheral Neuropathy

  • March 12th, 2018
Is there a Cause for Peripheral Neuropathy in Medications?   In the human body, peripheral nervous system plays a vital role in connecting nerves from the brain and spinal cord (commonly referred to as central nervous system) to other parts of the body, such as the arms, feet, legs, hands, mouth, face, and other internal organs. Ideally, the main function of these nerves is to deliver vital signals concerning physical sensation back to the brain.     The above disorder, which is the Peripheral neuropathy, occurs when the nervous system of the body fails to function accordingly, because they are either destroyed or damaged. In other words, peripheral neuropathy disrupts the nerves from doing its normal body functions. [...]
9 03, 2018

Trauma and Peripheral Neuropathy

  • March 9th, 2018
Trauma, which can result in things such as broken bones or back injuries, is another very common cause of peripheral neuropathy. Nerves are often located in the grooves of bones. For example, several nerves that start from the neck, travel to the fingers by running along the forearm and arm. If the arm should become broken, the nerves that run along the bone can be damaged as well. [...]
6 03, 2018

Peripheral Neuropathy and Diet

  • March 6th, 2018
  And What about the diet?     Peripheral neuropathy is a condition caused by damage to the peripheral nerves, more or less extensive, more or less symmetrical and by variable causes. Peripheral nerves are the ones in charge of transporting information back and forth from the central nervous system to any area of the body (things like closing the hand, or moving your feet, are examples). [...]

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