Expert Neuropathy help Naturally!
Dr. John D. Ratcliffe DC DACRB DACBN CFMP
Diplomate American Clinical Board of Nutrition
Certified Functional Medicine
Dr. Ratcliffe is the clinic director and an expert in conservative neuro-muscular treatment and neuropathy. He is a local, and attended University of Maryland before going to grad school. He is the only physician in the area who is a Chiropractor and also holds a Diplomate in Rehabilitation as well as Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition. He is Certified in Functional Medicine and treats Neuropathy with state of the art natural modalities. Dr. Ratcliffe has extensive training in rehabilitation, clinical neurology, and functional medicine. He has developed unique effectiver methods for helping his patients with peripheral neuropathy and diabetic neuropathy
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We specialize in helping patients suffering with peripheral neuropathy or peripheral neuropathy related issues. We work with people from all walks of life. Peripheral neuropathy happens when the peripheral nerves (usually in the hands and feet) are damaged by traumatic injuries, exposure to toxins, illnesses and infections, metabolic issues and inherited causes. A common cause of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes. This condition can affect one nerve (mononeuropathy) or one nerve in multiple locations (multiple mononeuropathy) of the body or many nerves (polyneuropathy). Click the button below to schedule a consultation for Peripheral Neuropathy and learn how we can help you...
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What Peripheral Neuropathy feels like.
Pins and Needles, like your limb has fallen asleep
Pain and Numbness that is debilitating
Sensations like Electric shocks
Sharp, Burning or Jabbing Pain
Lack of Coordination
Muscle Weakness or Paralysis
Have you been suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy or Diabetic Neuropathy?
Are still suffering with symptoms for months or even years after being diagnosed
Never received ling-term treatment and rehabilitation after being diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy.
Have you been unable to find an effective solution for your peripheral neuropathy.
Are frustrated with your primary care doctor and the lack of solutions they've offered?
Has been told, "there is nothing else we can do..." and that " you'll just have to live with it..."?
If one or more of the above items sounds familiar, we may be able to help! We have extensive knowledge, education and experience in helping our patients improve their neural function from the inside, rather than masking symptoms.
By utilizing the latest in cutting edge technology and rehabilitation protocols, we are able to determine the type of therapy that will work best. By pinpointing the area or areas that need help, we are able to create a treatment and rehabilitation plan to get your nerves functioning again. We base our treatment on evidence and research instead of guessing.
Peripheral Neuropathy Information You MUST Know
Nerve issues can be complicated. When looking to work with any doctor, make sure you choose one who is highly trained and specializes in working with conservative nerve rehabilitation and state of the art FDA approved therapies.
Who to choose to help your Neuropathy and Diabetic Neuropathy
Expert Natural Neuropathy Treatment when all else fails
There are many types of doctors to choose from when dealing with neuropathy. It really depends on what’s causing the problem. For example, the most common cause of neuropathy in the united states is from elevated blood sugar, insulin resistance, and diabetes. Neurologist specialize in diseases of the nerves and family physicians and endocrinologists will treat diabetes. In medicine, the most prescribed medication for peripheral neuropathy are pain relievers, anti-seizure medications, antidepressants, and topical treatments. Medicine has its place, but it does come with a cost and there are side effects of all medications These therapies may be effective but also come at a cost and with some serious side effects. Today, now more than ever, natural therapies can have a place in the treatment for neuropathy and many patients with neuropathy can be helped with their nerve issues at the same time they tend to feel better, have less brain fog, and loose weight.
As the clinic director, Dr. Ratcliffe is one of the area's only specialists who holds a Diplomate in Rehabilitation (DACRB), a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition (DACBN), trained in Electromyography and Nerve Conduction (EMG/NCV). He has extensive post doctorate training in functional neurology, and is also a practicing Chiropractor. This additional Board Certifications and extensive training sets Dr. Ratcliffe apart in the Northern Virginia area as a leader in conservative rehabilitation and treatment for neuropathy.