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New Treatment for Neuropathy

  September 02, 2017

By Scott B. O’Connor, DPM, FACFAS, Executive Director, Neurogenx NerveCenter of Normal

Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage that most often begins as tingling, burning, pain, and numbness in the feet and legs and can grow to affect the hands and arms as well. Neuropathy can be caused by or associated with illnesses such as diabetes, chronic nerve conditions such as fibromyalgia and carpal tunnel syndrome, medications used in chemotherapy and for HIV treatment, and trauma, among many other things. It affects nearly 30 percent of Americans over the age of 40 and can make it hard for people to do every day things, such as brush their hair or take a walk.

Traditionally difficult to treat, patients often go without finding relief for the painful symptoms or they must cope with the side effects of serious prescription medications in order to make the condition tolerable. Neuropathy often causes chronic pain, changes in sensitivity to hot and cold, reduced strength and dexterity, loss of reflexes, sleeplessness, loss of balance, falls, and injuries that don’t heal. In addition, neuropathy is usually progressive — it gets continually worse over time. Unfortunately, it’s common for patients to go from one doctor to another in search of an effective solution.

However, there is a new treatment available called Neurogenx that provides excellent long-term results for people suffering with neuropathy, regardless of a person’s age or how long they have struggled with the condition. Neurogenx is non-surgical and non-narcotic and works by transmitting electronic signals to the body’s deep tissues. The electronic signals help to eliminate pain and promote healing by creating change at the cellular level. This means that it doesn’t just manage neuropathy symptoms or mask the pain — it enables the nerve cells to regenerate, providing healing and the restoration of nerve function.

The treatment can…
  • Increase cellular metabolism
  • Promote cell membrane repair
  • Normalize cellular pH balance
  • Remove excess fluids and waste products
  • Reduce swelling and pain
  • Encourage cellular function and healing
Sometimes people are skeptical that electro-medical therapy can have such a profound impact on the body. However, remember that the body is a bio-electric organism — and nerves are special cells that transmit electrical impulses between the brain and our muscles. With that in mind, it’s easier to understand that supplying the right kind of additional energy can help malfunctioning nerve cells “reboot” or regrow. Neurogenx treatment results support new scientific findings that postulate malfunctioning nerves once thought to be “dead” may, instead, be “hibernating,” waiting for help to heal.

Neurogenx has been used by hundreds of physicians nationwide with dramatic results: in some cases, patients who have used wheelchairs or canes for years due to pain are able to walk unaided; others report being able to feel sand, waves, and grass under their feet for the first time in years. The results can be truly remarkable.

If you’d like to learn more about how Neurogenx can help you find relief and recover your life, free from neuropathy symptoms and without pain or dependency on medication, please contact the Neurogenx NerveCenter of Normal at 309-807-4101. When calling, please use code # NOR-047 to arrange a free consultation. Back to Top

September 02, 2017


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