Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) November 18, 2012
A miracle happened recently when Dr. Kevin Augustine, a highly sought after Chiropractic doctor from Buffalo NY, paved the way for Grace, a 72 yr. old lady, to be able to feel her feet again. Grace was fed up with the answers she was getting from her doctors. She was diagnosed with Peripheral Neuropathy and prescribed medications. After many years of suffering, she realized her current treatment wasn’t providing her with any relief.
Because of the treatment that she received from Dr. Kevin Augustine, Buffalo Neuropathy Doctor, she now walks two miles a day. Before treating with Dr. Augustine, she had difficulty walking from her bedroom to the bathroom. In fact, her daughter says she has a tough time keeping up with her now! Her daughter also catches her mom mowing her lawn, taking out the garbage, and even vacuuming just for something to do. Another “side effect” of Dr. Augustine’s Neuropathy treatment was that Grace lost sixty pounds.
“When we get the body working more efficiently, you will see the pounds melt off of people. It really is a gratifying experience for me to witness,” says Dr. Augustine.
Dr. Augustine states, "In treating patients with Neuropathy, you really have to dive deep and find out what the cause is. You will find in a majority of cases there was an external situation that brought this on. It’s my job to be an investigator and find the source of the problem.”
Where can people with Peripheral Neuropathy learn more? Visit http://www.buffaloneuropathydoc.com for more info about Buffalo NY Chiropractor, Dr. Kevin Augustine. Or you can get a consumers guide to Peripheral Neuropathy by calling toll free 1-800-716-1311.
"New patients can receive a thorough exam to determine the cause of their Neuropathy and their possible pain and treatment options," says Dr. Augustine.
Dr. Augustine thinks this is important information for Buffalo NY peripheral neuropathy sufferers, and asks people to Like his Page on Facebook to learn more. "I'd appreciate your help in spreading the word and letting people know there is hope for neuropathy," says Dr. Kevin Augustine.