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The photo depicts a close-up view of a diabetic ulcer on the bottom of a foot, highlighting the severe effects of neuropathy. The ulcer appears as an open sore with a reddish, inflamed border and a central area of tissue breakdown. Surrounding the ulcer, the skin is discolored, showing patches of darkened, calloused skin, indicative of poor blood circulation. The foot also shows signs of swelling and dryness. The toes and surrounding areas may have a lack of hair growth, another sign of diminished blood flow. The overall appearance emphasizes the importance of proper diabetic foot care and the serious complications that can arise from neuropathy.

Image of Class IV laser therapy being applied to the feet at Freedom Integrated Medicine. This advanced treatment helps alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing for conditions such as neuropathy, plantar fasciitis, and foot injuries. Discover the benefits of Class IV laser therapy for effective foot pain relief and improved mobility

Image showing Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) being administered for neuropathy using a NIR light pad at Freedom Integrated Medicine. This non-invasive treatment helps reduce pain, improve nerve function, and promote healing. Discover how LLLT can provide effective relief for neuropathy symptoms and enhance your quality of life

If you suffer from burning, tingling, numbness and pain from peripheral neuropathy there is hope! We use the nerve Rebuilder to stimulate your nerves back to health. Treatment for neuropathy is available now!