Millions suffer from numbness from neuropathy in their feet and our peer reviewed boots have shown to help in over 18 clinical studies. Numbness in feet is often a neuropathy which has seen positive relief from our neuroboot.
Nitric oxide also appears to be able to mitigate pain via a mechanism similar to morphine, namely via nitric oxide mediated production of cGMP and phosphorylation of ATP-dependent potassium channel activity. There may be a significant analgesic effect of MIRE if local concentrations of nitric oxide are increased. Neuropathe Boot herapy Systems help relieve disturbances of skin sensation (such as pain and numbness) in patients with neuropathy because a majority of the underlying causes of neuropathy are directly related to poor circulation. Diabetes, vascular disease (PVD and PAD), hypertension and atherosclerosis contribute to blood vessel narrowing and reduced blood flow to the extremities – leading to pain.
21 Published Studies About Neuropathy - the Data is Compelling Anodyne® Therapy is one of the few evidence based infrared light therapy modalities on the market today. In addition to the extensive amount of published evidence on the effects of infrared therapy devices with similar wavelengths (810nm-940nm), there have been 12 published peer reviewed studies demonstrating positive effects of Anodyne® Therapy for the treatment of neuropathy symptoms. To review any of the articles below, simply click on either "abstract" or "full text pdf". JAPMA 2002 - Symptomatic Reversal of Peripheral Neuropathy in Patients With DiabetesEndocrine Practice 2004 - Improvement of Sensory Impairment in Patients with Peripheral NeuropathyDiabetes Care - 2004 - Restoration of Sensation, Reduced Pain, and Improved Balance in Subjects with DPNJournal of Geriatric PT 2004 - MIRE and Physical Therapy for PN: Influence on Sensation, Balance, and FallsJAPMA 2005 - Improved Sensitivity in Patients with Peripheral NeuropathyAge and Ageing 2006 - Reversal of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy with MIRE Decreases Falls and the Fear of Falling and Improves Activities of Daily Living in SeniorsPhysical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics 2006 - Effectiveness of MIRE and Physical Therapy for Peripheral Neuropathy: Changes in Sensation, Pain, and BalanceJournal of Diabetes and Its Complications 2006 - Improved Foot Sensitivity and Pain Reduction in Patients with Peripheral Neuropathy After Treatment with MIREPractical Pain Management 2007 - Infrared Photo Energy May Reduce Neuropathic Pain