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Neuropathy Treatment

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Millions of Americans are known to have the above conditions.  These conditions are not medically cured but managed with medications which wears you down and takes the energy out of nerves. As a result of having these conditions and receiving medical treatment for them you may experience neuropathy pain.

You can get Peripheral Neuropathy from the following:

  • Diabetes
  • Restless Legs
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • High Blood Fat or Sugar
  • Cholesterol Medication
  • Chemotherapy
  • Surgery
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Pinched Nerve


Many doctors do not know how to Diagnose and Treat Neuropathy.

We are the clinic that "TREATS THE NERVES"


Neuropathy Treatment Center of America has established and released an effective protocol that is available to selective Doctors. 

The treatment regimen is drug-free pain relief, and in many cases even eliminates the pain and symptoms so you can stand, walk, and function normally again!
(Even if you've already "tried everything"!)

The above symptoms can seriously impact and affect you with work, relationships and your health. Neuropathy is a problem with nerves. Peripheral means hands, feet and legs. Peripheral Neuropathy is a disorder of nerves where nerves get damaged with or without pain. When nerves are damaged you loose sensory function. People usually do not even know it. As a result of loosing nerve function you will have difficulty walking in dark, stumble or fall. Falls are #1 cause of death in elderly. American Diabetic Association recommends testing your nerves in your feet at least once a year.  We understand that Neuropathy lowers quality of life and the pain of neuropathy touches every aspect of an affected person’s existence.

Up until now there was no drug-free and non-invasive treatment available for sufferers.  Doctor’s were not paying attention to the symptoms since they did not know what to do besides giving nerve medication which was causing more harm than good for the body. We have developed an effective, unique set of examination and treatment protocol that is available on site. The treatment is painless, non-invasive, drug-free and found to be effective for helping individuals with small fiber neuropathy which is the reason that falls happen especially in elderly.

After having a detailed specialized exam with one of our doctors and on-site diagnostic testing evaluation, the treatment begins with one of our trained certified physical therapists. The goal of this unique approach is to heal the nerves and nerve function through introducing series of unique therapeutic modalities including Computerized Balance Training and Laser Light Therapy. The therapies provided are designed to stimulate the nerves and regenerate their function. Regardless of you having neuropathy or have to continue taking medications for Diabetes or Cholesterol, the treatment is necessary for getting rid of peripheral neuropathy symptoms before it is too late.

The treatment is customized and unique to individuals based on their diagnostic evaluation. This painless drug-free, non-invasive treatment protocol is designed to:  

  • Reduced pain and cramps
  • Reduced tingling or numbness in the fingers, toes and legs
  • Ability to experience touch without pain
  • Reduced feeling of cold, burning or pain in the feet and legs
  • Improved sense of balance and coordination
  • Less dependency on medications
  • Improved sleep
  • Less restless legs 

Exclusive Offer

We specialize in OWCP/ DOL federal work comp injury cases.

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