There is no worse feeling as a physician than when you must tell a patient there are no further treatment options; nothing more you can offer to relieve their chronic pain or help them recover from surgery or regain nerve function. You became a doctor because you wanted to help people heal but often the available options are few. Treatments for neuropathy are likely on the list of those where the options don’t quite measure up to your, or your patient’s, expectations.

There is hope however, that new treatments for neuropathy can help accelerate healing and improve the neural function of peripheral neuropathy patients. V-Care Health Systems, Inc. has recently introduced the VST MyoDynamic device that delivers a pure, bi-phasic, alternating current, sinusoidal waveform that mimics the body’s natural waveform. The neurological acceptance of the waveform by the body is exceptional and allows the treatment to be administered for longer lengths of time, more often and at higher energy levels. The increased level of treatment, combined with the natural waveform, results in accelerated healing, increased circulation, and better results in stimulating nerves in atrophied limbs.

While the traditional treatments for neuropathy were adequate – in light of few options existing, the VST MyoDynamic device has improved on the e-stim treatments and has achieved better results in a shorter amount of time. Because the treatment can be applied for longer stretches of time and at higher energy levels, the resultant muscle contractions are more thorough and therefore results with better treatment outcomes and longer lasting benefits to the patient.

Visit http://vcarehealth.comto learn more about the exciting advances in treatments for neuropathy; you will find testimonials, purchase information, and a full-service support system. Start helping your patients accelerate healing and get on the road to recovery.

Advances In Treatments For Neuropathy. The VST uses a custom micro controller to produce its waveform and control the intensity, which reaches a maximum of 50 milliamps. The application of this advance digital technology produces a unique low distortion waveform that allows for recruitment of the injured muscle(s) without causing pain and tissue irritation to the patient