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Diabetic Foot Therapy Boulder

Diabetic neuropathy results in decreased sensation of the foot and lower leg and loss of balance due to decreased sensation in the feet and ankles.  The tingling, numbness and pain you feel are often debilitating enough to shorten prevent long walks and otherwise decrease your quality of life.  At North Boulder Sports Rehabilitation Therapy LLC, we provide diabetic foot therapy in Boulder.
 
Diabetic foot therapy goal with peripheral neuropathy patients is to restore sensation, improve walking ability, improve balance, and heal wounds. Diabetics with this type of neuropathy are 15 times more likely to fall than someone without this disease.
 
We are the first and only provider to offer a new treatment called Anodyne Therapy.  It is light-emitting diodes applied to the skin of the lower legs and feet. The theory is the photon energy helps to release a free radical called Nitric Oxide from hemoglobin in the red blood cells helping nerve function and pain. Call us today when you are looking for diabetic foot therapy in Boulder.

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