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Are you dealing with consistent foot pain, numbness, tingling, stabbing, aching, cramping, swelling, electric shocks, cold feet, hot sensations, heavy feelings, throbbing or loss of balance? You're not alone. According to a recent study*, "almost 16 million Americans suffer from chronic neuropathic pain."
Has your neuropathy pain negatively impacted the way you live your life? Are you dealing with a decrease in mobility or unable to drive. Is this loss of mobility effecting your sleep, energy, or mood? Has this change negatively impacted those around you?
We can help address the root cause of your pain and help your body, nerves, and tissue stop breaking down and start healing naturally without the use of drugs or surgery. Most healthcare approaches neuropathy pain by using drugs to mask the symptoms while we get to the root cause of your pain.
Dr. Daniel Wallis is a Fort Collins, Colorado native, who’s passion for health and service began at an early age. After high school in Fort Collins, Dr. Wallis spent the next 9 years in higher education, earning a bachelors degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado, working as a personal trainer and health coach for 2 years, and then moving to Atlanta, Georgia to pursue a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University. Dr. Wallis is honored to be back in the Northern Colorado community, and to be a part of Elevating the health of this area.
Dr. Wallis is passionate about giving back to others. Whether it was multiple mission trips to Thailand, Guatemala, and Belize to build housing, or biking across America in 2008 to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities in the US, Dr. Wallis feels as though he has been given an opportunity to serve, and will make sure this continues. When he is not in the office teaching others about health, or speaking to groups, you can find Dr. Wallis together with his wife Elise working out in the Colorado outdoors, or with her on a Sunday after church wandering the local Whole Foods, dreaming up their next home cooked healthy meal.
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* Yawn BP, Wollan PC, Weingarten TN, Watson JC, Hooten WM, Melton LJ 3rd. The prevalence of neuropathic pain: clinical evaluation compared with screening tools in a community population [published correction appears in Pain Med. 2011 Aug;12(8):1294]. Pain Med. 2009;10(3):586-593. doi:10.1111/j.1526-4637.2009.00588.x