Neuremedy Effectively Treats Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

As Diabetes Awareness Month comes to a close, I wanted to post another video on a related topic. I've been using Neuremedy in my practice for about a year. It is a medical food that is a soluble and bioactive form of Thiamine, which is Vitamin B1. Diabetics and others suffering from a type of nerve damage known as peripheral neuropathy have been found to have a thiamine deficiency.

My suggestion to my patients is to try a two month course of Neuremedy. There are no side effects or interactions with other medications. If after the two months, your neuropathy symptoms have decreased, then continue taking Neuremedy. If not, then stop taking it. What I've found is that many who stop it after two months realize that there has been a positive change and restart it within two weeks.

Neuremedy can be purchased through your podiatrist...we always have it available in the office. You can also purchase it online at [youtube][/youtube]
Dr. Andrew Schneider
Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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