Neuropathy damages nerve fibers in a way that is believed by the traditional medical system to be irreversible.
However, a new study in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results reveals a simple, non-invasive method that can restore nerve function and drastically reduce pain and numbness.
Best of all, this simple method causes no side effects.
The researchers recruited 60 diabetes patients from two hospitals in Komarapalayam, India, and divided them into two groups: one that would receive MRT (matrix rhythm therapy) plus a normal exercise program and one that would receive the exercise program alone.
Because exercise stimulates nerves and muscles, promotes blood flow (which is usually impaired in diabetes patients), and improves postural control, it is the standard treatment for diabetic neuropathy.
In this study, both groups performed flexibility, aerobic, balance, and strengthening exercises for 30 minutes, but the first group also received a 30-minute MRT session before the exercises.
The active treatment period was six weeks, after which all participants were observed for four months.
Both the exercise program alone and the MRT plus exercises were effective at improving postural control and quality of life, but the latter was much more effective over the study period.
What exactly is MRT?
MRT was designed in Germany in the 1990s to treat musculoskeletal pain, joint stiffness, and sports injuries, but an increasing number of recent studies supported it to treat and repair damaged tissue.
All of our cells vibrate at the microscopic level, but many injuries and conditions like neuropathy can disrupt this rhythm. The theory is that this natural vibration can be restored using a device that delivers a rhythmic, low-frequency mechanical and magnetic vibration to the body’s tissues.
Once cells can vibrate normally again, blood flow will be restored to the area, and the removal of waste material will be boosted. Using this method, it is possible to repair damaged tissue.
The treatment is available in many countries, including the US, the UK, Australia, and Germany, and is pain-free and non-invasive.
Unfortunately, MRT only improves neuropathy; it does not heal it. Thousands of readers, however, claim their neuropathy is completely gone after using the simple natural steps explained here…