If you’re overweight and living in Houston, you may be wondering how to get the treatment that you need. It can be difficult to find doctors who know how to treat neuropathy in patients with a BMI of 30 or greater. If you have struggled to find a TM Flow provider for this reason, then this post is for you! In this post, we’ll discuss:
- What is TM Flow?
- Diagnostics – Sudomotor Testing and Tilt Table Testing
What is TM Flow?
TM Flow is a diagnostic technique that measures the amount of sweat produced by the body. This can help diagnose neuropathy, diabetes and other conditions. TM Flow is also used to diagnose primary autonomic failure (PAF), which can cause a wide range of symptoms including fatigue, dizziness, fainting spells and breathing difficulties. PAF may be caused by multiple factors including obesity or high blood pressure.
Diagnostics – Sudomotor Testing and Tilt Table Testing
Diagnostics are an important part of the process. The reason is simple: diagnostics make it much easier for your TM Flow provider to determine what type of neuropathy you have and how best to treat it.
TM Flow testing, also known as Sudomotor Testing and Tilt Table Testing, is a diagnostic tool that measures your autonomic nervous system function by measuring sweating patterns on different parts of your body when exposed to heat or cold.
These tests can help determine if there’s an imbalance between the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) and parasympathetic (rest-and-digest) branches of our nervous system; if there’s nerve damage; if you have chronic inflammation in any part of your body; whether or not you may be predisposed to developing diabetes; and many other issues related to overactivity or underactivity within these systems.
The results from these tests will provide valuable information about whether or not certain medications should be used during treatment because they will show us how well these medications will work for each individual patient before beginning treatment so we can avoid wasting time on treatments that won’t help them achieve relief from symptoms caused by stressors outside their control such as poor diet choices made due solely by lack awareness about proper nutrition without regard for quality ingredients versus quantity consumed daily meals eaten based solely upon cost rather than nutritional value consumed at least five times per day without skipping meals even when tempted too do so because when meals skipped blood sugar levels drop rapidly leading quickly followed by cravings high carbohydrate foods like breads crackers cookies cakes chips chocolate candies snacks sweet beverages soda pop juice fruit juices which then leads back into cycle where those foods ingested break down into sugars causing spike insulin levels which causes drops again–often resulting low enough levels after eating sweets food items mentioned earlier causing hunger pangs craving sweets again!
Reimbursements for TM Flow
Reimbursements for Sudomotor Testing
Reimbursements for Tilt Table Testing
Reimbursements for Neuropathy
Reimbursements for Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) and Diabetic Neuropathy (DN) are on the rise. There are many reasons why these conditions are increasing in prevalence, including genetics and environmental factors such as chemicals that can be found in the air or water. The good news is that you can now get reimbursed by your insurance company if you have one of these conditions and need to undergo a diagnostic test, such as TM Flow or Sudomotor Testing or Tilt Table Testing or Neuropathy testing at our clinic.
Neuropathy is a common disease with serious consequences. If you’re experiencing symptoms, see a specialist like those at the MCSI to get a diagnosis and start treatment.
[If you’re experiencing these symptoms, it’s a good idea to see a TM Flow provider ASAP. Neuropathy is a common condition that can lead to serious consequences if left untreated.]
Symptoms of neuropathy include numbness and tingling, pain, muscle weakness, reduced balance and coordination. Overweight people in Houston especially need to find a TM Flow provider ASAP because this condition is so prevalent among them that it has been given its own name: “metabolic syndrome.”
People who are overweight often experience metabolic syndrome as well as other health issues like high blood pressure or cholesterol problems. These factors combined increase the risk for developing diabetes and coronary artery disease — both of which can lead to stroke or heart failure (or even death).
If you’re looking to get a diagnosis, treatment and help with your insurance coverage for neuropathy, then MCSI is the place to go. We have a team of specialized doctors who can help you with all of these issues.