What is Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)?
You can’t sit still. You can’t lay down to sleep. Your legs are shaking, quaking, jittering and driving you crazy! You might try to settle down for a good night’s sleep, but your legs have other ideas, taking you on a ride you don’t remember signing up for! Restless Leg Syndrome can be frustrating and exhausting. You never know what to expect from your own body. RLS may be caused by iron deficiency, a pinched lower back nerve, or peripheral neuropathy---but our goal at Gates Way to Health is to find out why you are being affected by this condition. Why is your iron so low? What is causing the peripheral neuropathy behind your RLS? What can we do to help treat you?
How Do We Treat RLS?
Dr. Randall Gates, D.C. Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, is determined to treat those chronic conditions that have been so misunderstood and misdiagnosed throughout time. If you or a loved one are affected by RLS and are looking for an alternative method of treatment, give us a call at 833.DR.GATES to set up your free consultation with Dr. Gates and find the real root cause of your condition.
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Videos About Restless Leg Syndrome
Watch this video is about RLS and SIBO, Restless Leg Syndrome and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, RLS and Iron, RLS…
Watch this video is about small fiber peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy, prediabetic neuropathy, impaired glucose tolerance and neuropathy, autoimmune neuropathy.
Do you suffer from these symptoms?
- Crawling sensations in the legs or arms
- Urge to constantly move limbs to relieve sensations
- Tossing and turning
- Rubbing legs together
- Troubles sleeping
Call (833) DR.GATES for more information.