Proven Restorative Results
The Neurogenx treatment can provide restorative results that go beyond pain management for patients with complex neuropathic issues that aren’t responding to traditional treatments or for patients who no longer wish to rely on narcotic solutions.
In addition, Neurogenx understands the difficulties faced by patients coping with what is often a life-altering issue, so all of our providers are compassionate and supportive. We would be honored to help make a difference in your life!
What Is The Neurogenx Treatment?
Non-narcotic, non-surgical and non-invasive, Neurogenx provides one-of-a-kind electro-medical treatment. It is a treatment that has had dramatic results in patients across the country. Neurogenx electro-medical protocol relieves neuropathy symptoms and severe neuromuscular pain by safely using cutting-edge, high-frequency electronic waves to gently reach deep down through muscle and tissue.
The treatment creates changes at the body’s cellular level that reduce swelling, remove excess fluids and waste products, alter Ph levels and increase cellular metabolism. These changes relieve pain and help healing begin.
Breakthrough Neuropathy Treatment
Traditional neuropathy treatments are frequently ineffective, have short-term results or rely on narcotics to mask symptoms rather than address the physical problems that cause the symptoms. The Neurogenx Treatment changes all that.
FDA-cleared and patented as the only device of it’s kind, Neurogenx uses cutting-edge electro-medical protocol that is effective regardless of what chronic nerve condition caused the neuropathy. The Neurogenx Treatment is a non-narcotic, non-invasive and non-surgical. At your doctor’s discretion, it may combined with nerve block injections for more immediate pain relief.
87% reduction in symptoms is based on published medical studies. Offices following these protocols have seen similar results. Results may vary depending on age, condition, treatment compliance, genetics, diagnosis and other factors. Not all patients are candidates for treatment or are accepted for care.