Reno NV Acupuncture Neuropathy Alternative Health Services Updated

Acupuncture services to alleviate neuropathy have been updated at Reno Alternative Health, an alternative health clinic founded and run by Dr. Bruce Eichelberger.

Reno Alternative Health, a Reno, NV, alternative health clinic run by Dr. Bruce Eichelberger, has updated its acupuncture services for its patients suffering from neuropathy.

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Symptoms of neuropathy include numbness, tingling, and pain anywhere in the body, but especially in the feet and hands. Neuropathy can be the result of various illnesses, including diabetes. It can also be the result of injuries, infections, or exposure to toxins and is also a known common side effect of some chemotherapy treatments.

Neuropathy is caused by peripheral nerve damage and greatly decreases a person’s quality of life. The clinic’s founder, Dr. Bruce Eichelberger, explains that people can experience neuropathy in various ways. Some may feel a stabbing pain, but others experience a tingling or burning sensation in the affected areas.

Dr. Eichelberger has over 48 years of experience using natural remedies that allow treatment without side effects. He believes that patients can expect improvements relatively quickly, as soon as their fifth or sixth visit.

Acupuncture is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine and has long been recognized as an effective treatment for chronic pain.

Dr. Eichelberger offers classical five element acupuncture treatment to patients at his clinic in Reno, NV. Acupuncture triggers the natural ability of a person’s body to heal itself by restoring its inner balance. Once that balance is restored, the patient’s physical health, mental focus, and emotional strength improve.

Dr. Eichelberger explains that the body has more than 2,000 acupuncture points connected by pathways that allow energy to flow throughout the body. When that flow is disrupted, disease and pain can be the result.

Applying acupuncture to various points can improve the energy flow, resulting in better overall health. The points are stimulated by the insertion of hair-thin, sterile needles that help to release the block so the energy flow recovers.

If acupuncture is appropriate for a patient, it will be one component of a unique treatment plan that addresses the overall health of the patient. Dr. Eichelberger stresses the importance of determining and treating the underlying causes of a patient’s symptoms.

Interested parties can find more information about acupuncture at the health clinic at

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