Neuropathic Pain Gel for Pain Management
- What Is Neuropathic Pain Gel? ( Developer: these bullet points jump down to the answers below.)
- What are ingredients in Neuropathic Pain Gel?
- I’ve already used these ingredients and have had no success.
- Where do I apply the Neuropathic Pain Gel?
- How do I apply Neuropathic Pain Gel?
- How long does it take for Neuropathic Gel to work and can I use my usual pain meds?
- How do I obtain Neuropathic Pain Gel?
What Is Neuropathic Pain Gel?
Neuropathic Pain Gel is a prescription, compounded product that is applied topically to decrease of symptoms associated with neuropathy.
What are the ingredients in Neuropathic Pain Gel?
Neuropathic Pain Gel is a combination of Ketoprofen, Amitriptyline, Gabapentin, Baclofen, and Clonidine in a unique, proprietary, targeted Enhanced Absorption Gel (TEAG) that work synergistically to address a variety of pain and neuro-receptors, Individual Formulations and concentrations may be adjusted to meet the specific needs of each patient.
I’ve already used these ingredients and have had no success.
Many people have used these medications orally and had limited results or unpleasant side effects. Using the product in a Directed Transdermal Application (DTA) allows for greater local concentration and limited systemic absorption. This frequently gets greater relief with fewer dose-related side effects compared to oral dosage forms.
Where do I apply the Neuropathic Pain Gel?
Neuropathic Pain is applied to the specific dermatomal regions on the spine. Although each body part is specific to a particular spinal site, the most common areas that are targeted are the lower spine (L4-S2), neck (C5-C7) and the upper thoracic area between the shoulder blades (t3-T5). Application to a specific site to affect your specific pain makes this product unique. We can individualize the directions to aid you with your specific pain or discomfort.
How do I apply Neuropathic Pain Gel?
The Neuropathic Pain gel is initially applied 3-4 times per day as needed to a specific area using only a small amount and rubbed in well. As symptoms diminish, dose frequency diminishes. Sometimes to once daily, sometimes to once weekly depending on the person and their unique condition.
How long does it take for Neuropathic Gel to work and can I use my usual pain meds?
Responses vary, but many people see results with the first few applications, though others may take a week to see results. You may continue to use your other pain relievers which you are initially using the Neuropathic Pain Gel.
How do I obtain Neuropathic Pain Gel?
Neuropathic Pain Gel may only be obtained with a prescription from a licensed physician or other Health Care Provider who is licensed in the state of Illinois to write prescriptions.