For several years I authored a column aimed at providing day to day management advice to diabetics. In one of these columns I happened to mention that I was once again suffering unpleasant side effects from my own diabetic neuropathy and a reader sent me a note suggesting I look into an electrical treatment device called the ReBuilder.
Sure thing, I thought to myself, sounds like just the thing I need! And, better yet, I'll bet there is a label on the package that says in bold letters, "As Seen On TV!"
A few weeks later this same reader sent me a second message asking me if I'd checked out the device. Ever in fear that my nose might instantly gain an inch in length, I nonetheless dodged the question by coming up with some sort of excuse. In reply, my reader sent me a link to the website of the company producing the ReBuilder and in hopes of putting the matter permanently to rest I decided to pay a visit.
If memory serves I clicked on the link at about 8:45 PM and when I finally switched my computer off at 3:30 the next morning I knew a great deal more about neuropathy. More to the point, I was filled with curiousity about the Rebuilder. Long story short I was scheduled to make a long drive to a neighboring state the next day and dreading the terrible discomfort long distance driving always causes me due to the pressure on the back of my thighs I decided to stop enroute at a store carrying the device to borrow a loaner for two weeks.
Sure enough, by the time I reached my destination I was in agony! Both my legs felt like they had been dipped in liquid fire and my feet were even worse. So just as soon as I got settled in I removed the ReBuilder from the package, read the short instruction book, and began my first treatment.
That was 14 months ago and I have been using the ReBuilder faithfully every day since that time. The result? A total cessation of burning in my right foot and an about 85% reduction of burning in my left foot. Better yet the terrible numbness in the ball of my left foot is almost totally gone and the terrible leg cramps I had suffered at night for more than 2 years (sometimes preventing me from getting more than a few hours sleep a night) now occur only infrequently and with much reduced severity.
"Best Thing Since Thin-sliced Bread" pretty much sums up my take on this device, or as I said recently when my personal physician asked me for an update on the device's efficacy:
"If you want to know just how much I value this device, try to take it away..."
Rather than attempt to explain how the device works its magic I will simply provide the same link my reader provided me and suggest that you check it out.