Peer Reviewed Science

Antioxidant Improves Neuropathy Symptoms

A potent antioxidant, alpha-lipoic acid has been shown to improve nerve conduction, blood flow, and nerve activity for diabetes patients with symptomatic peripheral neuropathy.

Treatment Through Alpha-Lipoic Acid

This meta-analysis examines the efficacy and safety of treatment with alpha-lipoic acid given intravenously. Conclusively, researchers found that this treatment is not only safe, but also significantly improves symptoms for patients with neuropathic pain.

Clinical Research Study of Lipoic Acid Infusion

This study examines the effects of lipoic acid on oxidative stress in diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Researchers concluded that lipoic acid significantly reduces pain for diabetic neuropathy patients by reducing the effects of oxidative stress.

Alpha Lipoic Acid Infusion Therapy for Peripheral Neuropathy

For diabetes patients with symptomatic peripheral neuropathy, the use of alpha lipoic acid may prove effective for a decrease in neuropathic pain.

Reduction of Pain Through New Treatment Technique

A new technique utilizing combined electrochemical nerve blocks reduced pain in 80% of patients with neuropathic pain.

Successful Combination of Electric Current and Local Anesthetic

In this clinical trial, the combination of electric current and local anesthetic successfully treated pain associated with diabetic neuropathy.

Electroanalgesic Medical Device Treatment

The use of advanced generation electroanalgesic medical device (EAD) has proven effective in reducing painful symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.

GSR Testing With Peripheral Neuropathy

GSR Testing With Peripheral Neuropathy

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