Do you have numbness, tingling, or the feeling of pins and needles in your feet? An estimated 20 million Americans suffer from this condition known as peripheral neuropathy. For more information, click here.

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Neuropathy, commonly called peripheral neuropathy, is a nerve problem that causes pain, numbness, tingling, swelling, or muscle weakness in different parts of the body. It usually begins in the hands and feet.

  • Tingling
  • Hot Sensation
  • Numbness
  • Cold Sensation
  • Pin and Needles
  • Loss of Coordination
  • Hypersensitivity to Touch
  • Stabbing Shooting Pain

What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

There are many risk factors or conditions associated with neuropathy. Most patients with neuropathy have a combination of conditions such as:

Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Hormone Deficiency, Chemotherapy, Vitamin Deficiency,  Auto-Immune Disorders, Chronic Exposure to insecticides, solvents, etc.

What can you do for my Neuropathy?

We have a two-phase treatment program designed to reduce the symptoms you are experiencing and reduce or reverse what is causing your neuropathy in the first place.

Phase 1

Nerve Regeneration

We can repair and regenerate the damaged nerves. We do this using a vaso-pneumatic electrical medical device from SANEXAS that promotes the dilation of blood vessels, increases blood flow, and reduces inflammation to promote repair and regenerate the nerve cells for healing.

Sanexas works at a cellular level to relieve pain. It works on pain through a method called electric cell signaling (EST). The electric cell signaling system delivers energy to the affected area of your body at varying wavelengths, including both low-frequency and middle-frequency signals. It also uses amplitude modulated (AM) and frequency modulated (FM) signaling.

Sanexas is the only EST device published in multiple medical journals and used in clinical research proving the ability to reverse painful peripheral neuropathy and regenerate nerves.

Phase 2

Root Cause Discovery

If all we do is repair or regenerate the nerves but don’t stop or reverse what caused the damage in the first place, the neuropathy will most likely return. Phase 2 is to discover what is causing YOUR neuropathy and STOP or reverse it. We use the same discovery methods that we use for all of our patients in finding the root cause of their health conditions. This is our expertise, finding the root cause.

We use Bio Meridian Testing and extensive lab work with a focus on known causal factors that contribute to neuropathy. As we discover your causal factors we design a customized treatment plan. In most cases this will involve lifestyle changes. Patients need to understand that if they want to rid themselves of this condition, it will require a commitment on their part. With committed patients willing to follow the treatment plan, make necessary changes in their lifestyle, and put in the time, positive results and changes follow.

Next Steps


    We want you to come into our clinic and see what we do and answer any questions you have about our program. We will explain in detail in a 1 on 1 visit what we do for our neuropathy patients. We will want to collect your insurance information to verify insurance coverage for our treatment program.


    If you and our medical team decide this program is right for you, we will schedule a Nerve Conduction Study. Many insurance companies require this prior to treatment. This study allows us to measure how well you respond to treatment.  A final conduction study will be performed at the end of your treatment to compare your nerve regeneration improvement.


    We begin working on both phases of our treatment program to help relieve and repair your neuropathy symptoms.


There are two main reasons we need to see you face to face.  First, it is easier for us to answer your questions and explain our program in our clinic where we can show you what we do. 

Second, our practitioner does a quick health history with you to see if your symptoms justify a nerve conduction study. This needs to be done in person. In many cases when a person comes in for a free consult, we find that their symptoms are not neuropathy at all but other conditions, such as a neuroma, or other foot issues.  

We accept the following insurances. It is best to bring your insurance card with you so we can get all of your information. We call and verify insurance prior to any treatment.  

First and foremost we provide medical services covered by insurance. Many advertised treatment programs are not medical and not covered by insurance. Second, our program addresses not only the reduction of symptoms but the actual cause of your neuropathy. Our medical practitioners identify your causal factors through lab work.  We work with you to fix or reverse the medical conditions that contributed to your neuropathy.  Most other treatment programs do nothing to identify and reverse the causal factors of your neuropathy. 

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You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.