Hypoxia Found To Be The Common Link In All Peripheral Neuropathy Cases

Dr. John Hayes Jr. presents findings by Dr. David Phillips which reveal that "hypoxia" is the common culprit across peripheral neuropathies.

Dr. John Hayes Jr. presents findings by Dr. David Phillips which reveal that "hypoxia" is the common culprit across peripheral neuropathies. In line with this, patients suffering from symptoms can significantly reduce pain through the use of Dr. Philips' ReBuilder, which literally effects better "performance" at the neuronal junctions. Providing neuro-stimulation that literally "wakes up" and invokes repair to some extent of the nerve-"endings," the ReBuilder can significantly reduce debilitating pain.

How does the ReBuilder help patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy? Hayes theorizes that it is hypoxia -- or the loss of oxygen at neuronal junctions -- which is responsible for the symptoms that include not only the burning, the tingling and shooting pains involved in peripheral neuropathy. The ReBuilder closes the gap between these junctions, thus reducing the pain associated with hypoxia.

Hypoxia can be caused by a number of situations. This loss of tissue oxygen could be due to trauma, or compression on a peripheral nerve such as can occur in the sciatic nerve at the hip and the lower back as well as the median nerve at the wrist and the ulna nerve at the elbow. These last two conditions are commonly called carpal tunnel syndrome and cubital tunnel syndrome respectively.

Through intensive research and a review of a variety of studies on the topic, Phillips concludes that it is not reasonable to merely label neuropathy and chronic pain symptoms as diabetic, peripheral, vascular, or "idiopathic," emphasizing that, "What is needed is a more full understanding of the etiology of the condition so new technology can be brought to bear with both ameliorative and therapeutic benefits."

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