At Neuropathy and Nerve Treatment Clinic of Jackson, DR. Louis White D.P.M
understands how hard life can be when you are in pain. Simple, everyday tasks can become huge obstacles. Our goal is to help you regain sensation, improve range of motion and balance while walking and exercising – so you can get back to enjoying life.
There are many types of treatment options.
We offer a comprehensive program that
includes advanced therapies to treat and
rapidly resolve your nerve pain symptoms.
We will design a plan tailor-made for you.
WHAT IS ELECTRONIC SIGNAL TREATMENT?
Our premier nerve pain therapy is Neurogenx
Electronic Signal Treatment (EST). It
safely uses cutting-edge, patented, high frequency electronic waves to gently reach deep down through muscle and tissue to relieve neuropathy symptoms and severe neuromuscular pain. This EST treatment is FDA-cleared and clinically-proven as an effective treatment for nerve pain in the arms, hands, legs and feet.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We begin by exploring the history of your condition : when it started; how often
you experience symptoms; how it affects
your life and other pertinent questions.
Then our specially-trained, caring medical
professionals will gently examine your hands,
arms, wrists, feet, ankles and legs for pain,
numbness, burning, tingling, strength and
range of motion.
Your exam will also include an overall
physical as well as an evaluation of your
nutritional needs. The exam concludes
with review of a treatment plan designed
specifically for you and a detailed explanation
of the exclusive Neurogenx protocol and
financial options available to you.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
For the typical person with Neuropathy, Neuritis, or Nerve Pain
Our initial evaluation takes less than an hour.
Treatments normally take fewer than 60 minutes.
Peripheral Neuropathy can be caused by many different conditions including diabetes, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, strokes, kidney and liver problems, poor circulation, carpal tunnel syndrome as well as simple nerve entrapments from trauma. As these conditions progress, they can cause a shrinking of the blood vessels in the arms, hands legs or feet resulting in pain, numbness, burning and/or tingling. These are all symptoms of peripheral neuropathy
The earlier the diagnosis is made and treatment is started, the greater the chance that nerve damage can be slowed or reversed ... the better your prognosis will be.