Which barriers keep you from starting conversations with patients about peripheral neuropathy? We’ve spoken with plenty of pharmacists, and many of them share the same sentiments when it comes to raising awareness about neuropathy and marketing for pharmacists.
There aren’t enough hours in the day. I don’t feel comfortable selling products. I’m not sure where to start. Sound familiar?
If you’ve put off telling your customers about peripheral neuropathy and our value-added, at-home, cash-based NeuropaCalm Care Program, this article’s for you. It’s also for pharmacists who want to increase sales and continue generating momentum through value-added services. With this in mind, let's talk about diabetic feet.
Peripheral neuropathy is a serious condition that affects more than 50 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes. Due to high blood sugar levels, the disease can lead to irreversible nerve damage. Which nerves are typically damaged? Those located in the legs and feet. However, patients may also face nerve damage in the bladder, kidneys, and other body parts.
These patients want to know: “Can a chiropractor help with peripheral neuropathy?” It’s time for you to give them the answers and care plan they need. Let’s explore chiropractic care for peripheral neuropathy.