It has been extremely rewarding to see people get peripheral neuropathy symptom relief through this new form of laser treatment, and in many cases to see the physical signs of disease actually reverse.
Greenville, SC (PRWEB) July 28, 2015
Dr. Robert G. Schwartz, principal of Greenville, SC-based Piedmont Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, P.A., announced that his practice has teamed up with Realief Neuropathy Centers in order to offer his patients a new system of care utilizing laser therapy that has been shown to reverse the signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
Peripheral neuropathy is a disease caused by damage to the peripheral nerves, and typically triggers a variety of symptoms including tightness, hot or cold sensations, weakness or heaviness, restless leg, and other unpleasant and painful feelings that those afflicted often describe as burning, tingling or stabbing.
The Realief System of care that Dr. Schwartz is now offering patients as a result of the new partnership with Realief Neuropathy involves the use of an FDA 510(k)-cleared Class IV therapeutic laser that is safe, comfortable, non-invasive, and drug free. When properly dosed and correlated to changes in vibratory sensation, pin prick and light touch, controlled trials have shown impressive, lasting reduction in both the signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy; results that Dr. Schwartz has already seen with his own patients.
“It has been extremely rewarding to see people get peripheral neuropathy symptom relief through this new form of laser treatment, and in many cases to see the physical signs of disease actually reverse -- which is simply something we don’t see, and frankly don’t expect to see, in medicine. And just as notably, we’ve seen that the improvements generated through Realief therapy can be maintained after the initial phase of care,” commented Dr. Schwartz. He also went on to discuss the creation of a new outpatient restorative therapy peripheral neuropathy program at Bons Secours Hospital in Greenville, SC. Dr. Schwartz is the hospital’s Medical Director of Outpatient Physical Medicine Services.
More information on Dr. Schwartz’s methods and approaches to treating peripheral neuropathy is available at http://piedmontpmr.com/peripheral-neuropathy-treatment.
For all other information including interview requests, contact Sheri Schwartz, Practice Administrator, at (864) 235-1834 or ppmrpublic(at)safe-mail(dot)net.
About Piedmont Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, P.A.
Robert G. Schwartz, MD has independently owned and operated Piedmont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, P.A. in Greenville, South Carolina, USA, since 1984. He specializes in Physical, Vascular and Regenerative Medicine, and offers non-surgical specialty care for complex, chronic pain. Learn more at http://piedmontpmr.com