National Neuropathy Assoc.www.winoverpn.com - Helpful site hosted by Winston Hamby who is one of our members
Neurology Journals from The Lancet
This Specialty Collection contains original research, expert comments, and authoritative reviews clustered by neurology topics.
National Institutes of Health (Good general site for peripheral neuropathy”)
www.ssa.gov/pubs/10017.html (Veteran free drug programs)
www.diabetics-R-us.com (Shoes for diabetics)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Free prescription medication)
Alternative and Complementary Medicine is a growing area of interest for many people with Peripheral Neuropathy. One of the National Assoc. members, Samuel Grundfast, DDS., is a prolific writer on the subject and has a wide distribution of his manual among
members. He lists products that can be useful, in some cases, in reducing pain and other symptoms. Sam encourages eating correctly, exercising, Yoga breathing and taking supplements. He lists topical creams and lotions to relieve pain, how they work and
why. He also writes about toxins and their effect on the body.
One can contact Sam at Grundyplus@aol.com.
If you are interested in supplements and alternative medications, there are some excellent websites to check out:
www.acupuncture.com (Chinese Medicine practices)
www.allherb.com information & sales
www.http://dietary-supplements.info.nih.gov info on dietary supplements
www.Healthtouch.com supplements and natural medicine
www.nccam.nih.gov National Center complementary & alternative medicine
www.usp.org info about drugs, vitamins & mineral supplementsChronic Pain: Exercise Can Bring Relief: A recent article from www.MayoClinic.com looks at exercise as a weapon in the flight against chronic pain.