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Peripheral Sensory Neuropathy

Discover sensory neuropathy in hands and feet in time - before the damage becomes permanent! VibroSense Meter II is an objective examination instrument that can detect early signs of nerve damage by examining and quantifying the ability to perceive vibrations in the skin at different frequencies.   Read more ›››

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Chemotherapy

Prevent or mitigate permanent nerve damage caused by chemo treatment of cancer - CIPN, Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy   Read more ›››

Diabetes

Diabetes

Discover subclinical or pre-symptomatic signs of nerve damage in feet in diabetic patients to prevent foot ulcers and amputations - DPN, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Read more ›››

HAVS

HAVS

Prevent nerve damage in hands and arms caused by vibrating tools. With early detection you can protect workers from getting lifelong disabilities and pain  - HAVS, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome. Read more ›››

Diagnosing Sensory Neuropathy

Sensory Neuropathy in hands

Sensory Neuropathy in hands

Sensory neuropathy can cause numbness, tingling and pain in the hands and fingers. Other common symptoms are impaired sensation and or reduced fine motor skill, which affects the entire hand's function.

Simple things like holding a glass, buttoning a shirt, tying shoelaces or inserting a key in a lock, then become an impossible task in everyday life. Read more ›››

Sensory Neuropathy in feet

Sensory Neuropathy in feet

Sensory neuropathy in the feet can cause numbness, tingling and pain as well as impaired sensation in the soles of the feet. In case of severe symptoms, the signals of the warning senses is lost, which can affect balance and posture.

The risk increases to step on sharp objects or walking around with gravel in the shoes, without any uncomforts.

Damage to the soles of the feet can lead to infected ulcerations that can have very serious consequences for people with diabetes.

Amputation as a result of foot ulcers and diabetes is a life-threatening complication.  Read more ›››