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Neuropathy Pain Treatment

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Physical Therapists know that diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain (DPNP) is a common and often disabling complication of diabetes.  You can experience pain, burning, numbness, tingling or loss of feeling your lower legs, toes and feet.  Daily activities such as walking, standing or sleeping can become limited or difficult.  And you can have problems with your balance and be worried about falling and hurting yourself.  DPNP is estimated to occur in 50 to 90% of individuals who have had diabetes for more than 10 years. But the physiotherapists at Capilano Rehab physiotherapy clinic in Edmonton can help.

 Don’t Give Up Hope. Our Physical Therapists can Help!

Capilano Rehab Centre physiotherapy has launched a new non-surgical, no needle and painless Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Treatment program.  Using a state-of-the-art advanced Magnetic Bio-Stimulation protocol, combined with a neuropathy laser treatment booster, our physical therapists have been able to provide relief from symptoms associated with DPNP. The application is safe, allows for deep penetration, and does not have side effects. If you are a diabetic and have been experiencing neuropathic pain and numbness, this physical therapy treatment for diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain may help you.

 Call Capilano Rehab Physiotherapy Today

Our physical therapists can assess you to see if you are a candidate for this gentle and effective Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Relief Program. Call 780-466-1104 to book your no obligation Magnetic BioStimulation (MBS) Therapy screen consultation at Capilano Rehab Centre in Edmonton.



Capilano Rehab Centre | Physical Therapy
Capilano Rehab physical therapists have provided state-of-the-art physical therapy, sports physiotherapy, back pain, WCB, accident, whiplash and injury rehab to clients in Edmonton for over 10 years.

5832 Terrace Rd
Edmonton, AB. T6A 3Y8

(780) 466-1104


diabetes, foot pain, leg pain, neuroma, Neuropathy, peripheral neuropathy, restless leg syndrome

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