Nerve Pain

Nerve Pain Is the FDA Cleared Solution…backed by Science & Research

Using Cell Signaling Technology, Nerve Pain is a Non-Surgical, Safe (FDA Cleared), and Proven (Covered by Medicare & Insurance) solution to treat Pain caused by Nerve pain treatment and other challenging diseases. This life changing treatment is now available in Appleton WI!

Nerve Pain is an FDA Cleared & Medicare/Insurance Accepted Treatment for

Nerve Pain
Losing feeling in your hands or feet and sometimes experiencing the pins and needles feeling

Hurts to Walk
Having trouble walking, moving your feet, and being mobile is a very common symptom of Neuropathy.

Prickling / Tingling
Painful prickling and tingling in the extremities is experienced by some of those with Nerve pain treatment.

Balance Problems
Feeling off balance, not being able to stand for long periods of time, and just feeling off is a very common symptom.

Sharp Electric Pain
Feeling like you are being electrocuted, or touching a battery or electric fence. This feeling can be shocking and very uncomfortable.

Diabetic Nerve Pain
Pain caused by diabetes can impact the nerves and cause Neuropathy. This pain can come at any time and last for days, months or more.

Burning Pain
The slow burning, and heat feeling that some people get in their hands and feet.

Restless Leg
The inability to stop moving your legs or other extremities. Unwanted movement and pain in the legs.

Cramping & Discomfort
Muscle cramping or general discomfort of the joints can happen throughout the body.

Inflammation and pain in the joints. This can impact almost any part of the body.

Fda Clinical Indications

  • Acute and chronic pain conditions
  • Management and symptomatic relief of chronic (long-term) INTRACTABLE pain
  • Adjunctive treatment of post-traumatic pain syndromes
  • Adjunctive treatment in the management of post-surgical pain conditions
  • Relaxation of muscle spasms
  • Neuro-muscular reeducation
  • Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion
  • Increasing local circulation
  • Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent phlebothrombosis

How Does the Nerve Pain Treatment Work?

Nerve Pain is a treatment that uses a technique called electric cell signaling, based on the physics of resonance. Resonance is the electrical signaling between cells. Resonance is similar to when a piano is tuned. The tuner strikes the piano string to adjust the energy that vibrates along it to create sound. Adjusting the string creates the ideal pitch or tone for the piano.

Electric cell signaling is similar, and the goal is to optimize the energy levels (the resonance) between your cells. When these signals are optimized and correctly ‘tuned’, intercellular communication is normalized. Your cells are able to successfully transfer energy that’s used to heal injured tissues and relieve pain.

One System, Multiple Benefits. No More Pain.

Nerve Pain is used to treat a variety of acute and chronic pain issues, including pain from surgery, accidents, diseases, and pain syndromes like fibromyalgia. As well as optimizing signaling between cells, the electrical currents relax muscle spasms and increase local circulation. This supports local and regional healing mechanisms for effective and successful tissue repair. When used after surgery, Nerve Pain can reduce the risk of clot development in your legs.

With long-term use, the system can also help prevent atrophy in muscles. Nerve Pain can help relieve pain, improve mobility and range of motion. Most patients are able to enjoy a better quality of life. Best of all Nerve Pain is non-invasive. There is no need for anesthesia and no recovery time. Nerve Pain can reduce or eliminate long-term use of addictive or harmful pain medication.

It can be truly life changing!

You Don’t Need to Live Another Day with Pain!

It’s time to heal at the cellular level
No More Over the Counter Drugs or Deadly Opioids
Stop Missing out on what you love doing because of Neuropathy Pain!
Stop Covering Up the Pain
We are Here to Help You!

Call 573-893-9800 with questions about the services we offer or schedule a free consultation.