Peabody, MA Chiropractor, Dr. Ellen Blomerth, Helps Alleviate Neuropathy Naturally by AndrwKar69


Blomerth Chiropractic ( and Dr. Ellen Blomerth, D. C., offer a combination of reliable therapies for those experiencing neuropathic symptoms and pain. Improving overall health at the same time as acute symptoms are alleviated is the goal of chiropractic measures.

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									Peabody, MA Chiropractor, Dr. Ellen Blomerth, Helps Alleviate Neuropathy Naturally

Peabody, MA, 16-JUNE-2014 - Blomerth Chiropractic and Dr. Ellen Blomerth D. C., are pleased to
announce that tingling, burning pain and numbness of neuropathy can be alleviated using the unique
new combination of therapies shown by research to improve the painful symptoms. The Peabody
Chiropractor offers a combination of gentle hands-on therapy, nutrition and diet instruction, exercise
instruction and a specialized ReBuilder microcurrent therapy to restore nerve function.

According to Dr. Blomerth DC, "The techniques we offer help to restore healing to nerves damaged by
diabetes, chemotherapy, prescription drug side effects, and compression injuries. This new cutting edge
therapy dramatically reduces pain, burning and tingling, and fosters your own independence too."

"Until now" she continues, "most therapies have focused only on symptom control, largely by way of
drugs, and blood sugar control in diabetic patients. Physical therapy alone often provides little if any
lasting relief. As you know, drug costs as well as medication side effects have left us all wishing there
were better solutions. Well, now there are!"

The combined program of patient care includes nutrition and diet education, exercise and rehab
therapies. In addition, patients receive clinically tested pain free, 7.8Hz electrotherapy. With additional
massage techniques and spinal manual therapies where indicated, patients can achieve not only lasting
relief, but long term self management.

The therapy consists of combined electro-stimulation at 7.83 Hz. A pain-free electrical dual frequency
signal (one to stimulate the nerve cells and the other to trigger muscle cells) is pulsed on and off at the
frequency of 7.83 cycles per second. Research has found that the body not only responds favorably to
this frequency, but the brain is induced to release large amounts of endorphins.

Learn more about therapies for neuropathy by going to the web pages at today. Members of the press and others who have further
questions are encouraged to contact Dr. Blomerth at the location below.

Contact Person Name: Dr. Ellen Blomerth, D. C.
Company Name: Blomerth Chiropractic
Address: 215 Newbury Street, Peabody, MA 01960
Contact Telephone Number: (978) 535-6155

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