Information Evening on Peripheral Neuropathy Recovery

South Burlington’s Dr. Aubry Tager, DC, will explore the symptoms, causes and treatments for peripheral neuropathy South Burlington, VT.

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South Burlington, Vermont (PRWEB) August 23, 2014

Do you suffer from symptoms such as numbness, tingling, burning or pins-and-needles? Do you feel overly sensitive to heat or cold and even touch? Does your grip feel weak or do your legs feel as if they are going to give out?

These symptoms may be an indication that you have a condition called Peripheral Neuropathy. Often, individuals with these symptoms have been told that they will have to live with this pain and discomfort. Other common treatments involve taking medications that are used for seizure disorders, or nerve blocks.

Dr. Aubry Tager, a Chiropractic Physician and Board-Eligible Chiropractic Neurologista, will deliver a workshop on Peripheral Neuropathy on Wednesday, August 27 at 7 PM at the Get Healthy Vermont medical clinic, 368 Dorset Street Suite 3, South Burlington, Vermont, across from Green Mountain Suites. Get Healthy Vermont focuses on drug and surgery free therapies to alleviate pain and enhance your quality of life.

About the Workshop

Topics covered will include the symptoms and causes of peripheral neuropathy a common, chronic and recurring condition; the relation of peripheral neuropathy to blood sugar, cholesterol, inflammation and diagnosis and drug-free treatment including testing, life-style changes, and Cold Laser among others.

Call now 1-802-230-4678 to reserve a place. For more information on peripheral neuropathy and other metabolic and neurological conditions visit http://www.gethealthyvermont.com.

About Get Healthy Vermont

Get Healthy Vermont is a Chiropractic Medicine clinic that specializes in brain-based therapy and uses both neurological and metabolic testing to assess and then develop individualized strategies for health conditions including fibromyalgia, chronic back pain, sciatica, dizziness, migraines, peripheral neuropathy as well as excessive weight gain to name a few. Dr. Tager is a Chiropractic Physician and Board-Eligible Chiropractic Neurologist who has been in practice for thirteen years.

Next up for Back to School: Dr. Tager will deliver a workshop on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and dyslexia on August 27, 2014. You won’t want to miss this informative presentation.

For more information or to schedule an interview with Dr. Aubry Tager:

Carol Levine
energi PR
1-888-764-6322 ext. 226
carol.levine(at)energipr(dot)com

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