Searching for a Diabetic Neuropathy Cure? New, Proven Treatment Revealed

Proven Relief of Diabetic Neuropathy Symptoms


80 Year-Old Technique Effectively Improves Circulation & Nerve Supply to Legs

Begin­ning in 1929 Ger­man phys­i­cal ther­a­pists devel­oped a gen­tle hands-on method to stim­u­late the nerves in the legs and restore blood flow.

They found plen­ty of patients back then who need­ed this treat­ment.  But they could nev­er have antic­i­pat­ed the epi­dem­ic of type 2 dia­betes that would swamp Amer­i­ca in the 21st cen­tu­ry.

Today, nerve prob­lems and impaired cir­cu­la­tion cause pain, numb­ness, and tin­gling in the legs of many dia­bet­ics.  These symp­toms can hit you even if you’ve done a good job of con­trol­ling your blood sug­ar lev­els.  And in the worst-case sce­nario, they can even lead to the need for ampu­ta­tion.

NeuroTactile ™ Therapy to the Rescue

Today, that near­ly-for­got­ten method of nerve treat­ment is need­ed more than ever.  We’ll call it Neu­ro­Tac­tile Ther­a­py, though in Ger­man it’s called bindegeweb­s­mas­sage.

Recent­ly, a team of sci­en­tists has proven that Neu­ro­Tac­tile Ther­a­py works for dia­bet­ic neu­ropa­thy symp­toms.

Their research was pub­lished in 2011 in the jour­nal Evi­dence-Based Com­ple­men­tary and Alter­na­tive Med­i­cine.   A group of dia­bet­ics with cir­cu­la­to­ry prob­lems in their legs received twice-week­ly treat­ments with gen­tle nerve reflex ther­a­py for 15 weeks.  Of course, to make it sci­en­tif­ic, there was a con­trol group who received sham treat­ment.

The patients who were treat­ed with nerve reflex ther­a­py enjoyed

  • More blood flow to their legs
  • Increased skin tem­per­a­ture
  • More oxy­gen get­ting to their tis­sues, and
  • Improve­ment in oth­er health mea­sures.

What’s even more excit­ing is that these improve­ments per­sist­ed for more than a year after the end of the treat­ment pro­to­col.

I’ve been an inno­va­tor in pro­vid­ing Neu­ro­Tac­tile Ther­a­py for more than 30 years.

Call my office (212–400-9663 in NYC or 609–497-1944 in Prince­ton, NJ) to learn more.  If you’re not in my area, I can help you find a prac­ti­tion­er near you.


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About Ronald Lavine, D.C.

Dr. Lavine has more than thirty five years' experience helping patients alleviate pain and restore health using diverse, scientifically-based manual therapy and therapeutic exercise and alignment methods. His website,, provides more information about his approach. Please contact him at or at 212-400-9663.
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2 Responses to Searching for a Diabetic Neuropathy Cure? New, Proven Treatment Revealed

  1. George Blomme says:

    Would near-knee-length com­pres­sion stock­ings or Ace ban­dage wraps pro­vide the same or sim­i­lar ther­a­py?

    • Ron Lavine, D.C. says:

      No, sor­ry. The com­pres­sion stock­ings change the sta­t­ic bal­ance of blood flow to the leg, but don’t help the neu­ro­log­i­cal mech­a­nisms that allow the body to bet­ter reg­u­late blood flow in the first place.

      Thanks for the ques­tion.

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