Diabetic neuropathy strikes the extremities first. The initial signs are tingling and numbness in the hands and feet. While these symptoms are not painful when first noticed, they are the harbingers of nerve damage. Shooting pain is soon to follow if symptoms are left untreated.
Treating symptoms quickly is critical, before damage is irreversible. ReBuilder’s conductive gloves are an innovative answer to the problem of neuropathy in the hands. Made from a proprietary conductive fiber that contains silver, they fit snugly from fingertips to wrist. Full contact ensures even distribution of electrical pulses that heal damage and awaken dormant nerves.
The gloves connect easily to the unit, and the silver threads repel bacteria, extending their life. Activated by an electrolyte solution, therapy begins immediately. Consistent use of these gloves relieves pain, restores function and alleviates numbness and tingling.
The conductive gloves must be worn on both hands in order to complete the electrical circuit and achieve full therapeutic effect. These gloves are safe, durable, sanitary and Medicare-approved for home use. As always, discuss the use of this or any therapeutic medical device with your doctor before purchase or use.
Until now, treating neuropathy has often been a matter of masking or blocking symptoms, not solving the problem. ReBuilder conductive gloves are a first step toward pain relief, restored function and better health.