Whether due to diabetes, chemotherapy, or other disorders, neuropathy symptoms share common causes. Nerve tissues are highly vulnerable to damage from diseases that impair the body’s ablity to turn nutrients into energy, process waste products, circulate oxygen, and manufacture some components of cellular repair. Diabetes mellitus is a major cause of peripheral neuropathy in the United States. About 60%-70% of people with diabetes have mild to severe forms of neuropathy. Chemotherapy is another lading cause in our age advancing populations of patients in most communities. What we have discovered is that only by simultaneously addressing the biochemical and disease management components that our neuropathy patients are afflicted with, can lasting results be obtained, with dramatic improvements often coming in just 5 weeks of clinical care. Plus, targeted nutrition and even weight loss therapies with rehab measures accelerate the process of recovery in many patients.