May, 2011

One Man’s Journey with Neuropathy

His nightmare began in 1969 – one year after leaving the Vietnam War. Symptoms of autonomic and polyneuropathy neuropathy affected his breathing with upper body paralysis that brought him to his knees and affected other parts of his body; mysterious chest pains, electric shocks, painful skin, physical exhaustion, unexplained silent […]

The Importance of Exercising When You Have Neuropathy

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“Appropriate neuropathy exercises are a vital part of any CIDP intervention plan because of its potential to improve strength and endurance, thereby minimizing muscle shrinkage and improving function and mobility.” This quote is from an OUTSTANDING article in the August – September 2010 issue of I.G. Living (IGLiving.com). The article […]

Physical Therapy, Exercise and Neuropathy

Physical Therapy, Exercise and Neuropathy

Article “Physical Therapy, Exercise and Neuropathy” reviewed by Dr. Waden E. Emery III, MD, FAAN, Board Certified Neurologist, Lighthouse Point, Florida and endorsed by Karen Sheppard, Physical Therapist of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Q: “Should someone with neuropathy do daily exercises so they don’t lose muscle strength? A: It is important […]

An Interactive Journal of Support – Patients Helping Patients

The Neuropathy Support Network has developed the Neuropathy Journal , which is an interactive discussion between patients to strengthen their voice through knowledge. The Neuropathy Support Network’s mission is to support everyone involved with neuropathy.  This includes patients, professionals, support group leaders, liaisons, neuropathy organizations and everyone involved in this battle for knowledge […]

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