Diabetes is a growing problem in the U.S., and with it comes the scourge of diabetic neuropathy. If you suffer from neuropathy, you know the tingling, pain, numbness and swelling that affect your legs and feet, making movement difficult and painful.
Any doctor will tell you that avoiding a sedentary lifestyle is essential to conquering neuropathy. Yet it’s difficult to exercise when stabs of nerve pain are the result. Once nerve damage occurs, doctors have few remedies for healing the problem. Many will simply prescribe medications or treatments that mask pain instead of treating the source of the symptoms.
ReBuilder’s conductive socks are brilliantly designed to help heal damaged nerves in the feet and toes. Made from conductive elastic fiber that contains antibacterial silver, they fit snugly and connect easily to the electrodes. Once the hand-held unit is switched on, current is evenly distributed through the sock, treating the whole foot with gentle, rapid electrical pulses that balance nerve communications damaged by neuropathy.
Over time, these socks can help heal the damage caused by diabetes, relieve pain, promote mobility and increase weight-bearing ability. For best results, ReBuilder conductive socks should be bought and worn in pairs that “complete the circuit.” Safe, sanitary and easy to use, these conductive socks are Medicare-approved and are a vital part of the ReBuilder home therapy kit.
*ReBuilder Stimulator Device Not Included