Find out why you have neuropathy symptoms with our unique testing method and become pain free.

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Neuropathy affects about 20 million people in the US.
We use the most cutting edge technology using Regenerative Medicine to help alleviate neuropathy symptoms. Strictly Limited Consultations Available
Normally $150 – Offer Today is Only $37.

**Due to Federal guidelines, participants on Medicare or Medicaid replacement plans are not eligible for free or discounted services**

Are You Experiencing One Or More Of These Symptoms?

  • Pins & Needles In Extremities
  • Numbness
  • Tingling or Burning Sensations
  • Weakness In The Leg & Toes
  • Sharp Shooting Down The Legs
  • Carpal Tunnel

We can help alleviate your neuropathy symptoms, including:

  • Leg cramps
  • Swelling
  • Sharp pains from back
  • Pain when walking
  • Muscle weakness
  • Poor balance
  • Shooting, electric-like pains
  • Open sores or ulcers on your feet

Services we offer to remove neuropathy pain


We use Regenerative Medicine Therapy, Low Level Light Therapy, Vibration Therapy and Decompression Therapy

PRP Injections

PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) injections accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

PulseWave Therapy

Conductive Stimulation Gloves for hand and wrist pain, and socks for foot pain.


Neuro-Soothe can help create relief from symptoms associated with neuropathy

We test, target and treat

Each patient is evaluated by our team, on a one on one basis, to see if treatment is right for them.

It’s important to note that our treatments are non-surgical, and require no prescription drugs. There is finally an answer that can produce long lasting results.

What Is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a disease that can damage nerves in the feet and prevent them from working properly. It is commonly caused by diabetes or injury.

Some causes include arthritis, vitamin deficiencies (which is why we test), blood vessel disease, and certain infections. Damaged nerves may cause changes in sensation, including numbness. This can make you more likely to injure your feet without knowing it.

Over time, neuropathy can lead to permanent loss of nerve function, as well as bone and joint damage.

What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

  • Diabetes
  • ​Unmanaged Blood Sugar
  • ​Toxicity (Chemotherapy Induced)
  • Surgery
  • Gluten Allergies
  • Side Effects from Medications

Why Choose Us?

We believe that each patient is an individual.

Our multi-disciplinary approach gives us the ability to custom fit our treatments to each patient. We will sit down with you on your first visit to determine the best treatment options for you.

We offer some of the most advanced non-surgical FDA regulated treatments available today. It’s always our goal to focus on the cause of any condition we treat.

Our patients expect the best, and we do everything we can to help them achieve their goals. We want you to have the ability to live your life to the fullest. Don’t let pain take that away from you.