About Healthy Living Family Medical
Healthy Living Family Medical is a functional medicine clinic located in Layton, Utah. The clinic provides neuropathy treatment in Layton as one of its several medical services. Healthy Living is based on the principle of treating each patient as an individual to identify the root cause of disease and reverse it. Using the functional medicine model of treatment, our practitioners spend a lot of time with patients to get to know them and understand both their personal and medical history. Healthy Living treats the cause of your illness, not just the symptoms.
The clinic is a provider of neuropathy treatment, finding the cause of neuropathy and helping to find the right treatment to reverse it. When you need a neuropathy clinic, Healthy Living is here for you.
About Healthy Living Family Medical & Neuropathy Treatment
Here at Healthy Living Family Neuropathy, we have a two-phase treatment program that is designed to reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. The first phase is nerve regeneration, which repairs and regenerates damaged nerves using a vaso-pneumatic electrical medical device. The second phase of the treatment is root cause discovery, which aims to find out what is causing the nerve damage in the first place. This ensures that the primary issue is dealt with properly, instead of just treating symptoms that could keep returning. Before the treatment program, all patients receive a consultation and a nerve conduction study to ensure the best treatment and allow us to measure how well you respond to the treatment program. Our neuropathy treatment is covered by medical insurance, unlike many other treatment plans.
Additional Information About Neuropathy Treatment
Peripheral neuropathy, or just neuropathy, is a nerve problem that causes symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and pain. It usually starts in the hands and feet but can affect different parts of the body. There are many things that can increase the risk of neuropathy developing, including diabetes and pre-diabetes, hormone deficiency, chemotherapy, vitamin deficiency, auto-immune disorders, and more. Around 20 million Americans experience neuropathy and seek the right treatment for the problem. While treating the symptoms of neuropathy is a good start, it’s also important to find out the cause of the neuropathy so that it can be treated too, and further damage can be prevented.
Neuropathy treatment begins with a consultation with one of our practitioners. This one-to-one consultation helps to build a complete picture of your health and history. It gives you a chance to see our clinic and ask any questions that you have about our neuropathy clinic in Layton and how we can help. Seeing you face to face allows our practitioner to discuss your symptoms with you and find out if a nerve conduction study is needed. It’s important to confirm that your problem actually is neuropathy and not another problem with similar symptoms.
A nerve conduction study is carried out to give us the information that we need to see how well you may respond to treatment. Many insurance companies require this to be carried out before treatment to ensure you will benefit from the treatment before it starts. The nerve conduction study provides a starting point, and a final study can be conducted at the end of the treatment to measure how much you have benefited from the course of treatment.
Once the nerve conduction study has been completed, we work on both phases of the treatment plan to both treat the current nerve problems and find the root cause of the neuropathy. This approach not only treats the symptoms but also reverses the illness to help restore your health. By reducing or reversing the neuropathy that you experience, you will be able to live your life with fewer problems caused by pain, tingling, numbness, and other symptoms that come from peripheral neuropathy and its underlying causes.
Neuropathy treatment from other providers often only addresses the symptoms of the neuropathy itself. It might help to reduce the symptoms but does not find or treat the cause of the neuropathy. Additionally, many other neuropathy treatment programs aren’t covered by insurance providers, making it difficult to cover the cost of the treatment.
When you choose neuropathy treatment from Healthy Living Family Medical, you are treated as a whole person. Although the key issue that you present with might be peripheral neuropathy, there are various health problems that could be causing it. Investigating the underlying cause and treating it means that more than just the most obvious symptoms are addressed. We also accept a number of insurance providers to help you pay for your treatment.
About Layton, Utah
Healthy Living Family Medical is located in Layton, Utah. You can find our neuropathy clinic on West Antelope Drive, not too far from the Davis Conference Center, Weber State University-Davis campus, and Hill Air Force Base. We’re open four days a week. Layton, Utah, is the ninth-most populous city in Utah. When it was first incorporated as a town in 1920, there were just 500 residents. Now, the population of Layton is more than 78,000. Some of the popular things to see and do in Layton include hiking the nearby Adams Canyon Trail, shopping at the Layton Hill Mall, and visiting SeaQuest.
Sometimes regarded as a suburb of Salt Lake City, which is about 25 miles south, Layton is a city that is well-regarded as a place to live. It is well-rated for public schools, housing, crime and safety, nightlife and diversity, receiving an overall A- grade on niche.com. It’s a good place for families, where most residents (nearly three-fourths) own their homes. There are excellent opportunities to explore the outdoors, plenty of health and fitness services, and good weather. Many families and young professionals choose Layton as their home, with students at the local Weber State University campus too.
Find Healthy Living Family Medical in the northwest part of Layton, on West Antelope Drive off East Veterans Memorial Highway. Find neuropathy treatment in Layton that works for you with our functional medicine approach to treatment.