Neuropathy

When the pain and discomfort of neuropathy sets in, you know just how much it can affect your daily routine. But, regardless of the reason for your neuropathy pain, finding a non-surgical solution is the key to regaining control and living life on your own terms once again.

At our healthcare clinic, we offer advanced biological treatments and PRP therapy to help resolve underlying issues that may be causing your numbness and tingling. Schedule a free consultation today to find out how our treatments can help.

Treatment Options for Nerve Damage

Neuropathy Treatment Monmouth County, NJThe key to our neuropathy treatments is the fact that they help treat the underlying cause of your nerve damage, burning, and numbness and don’t just cover up the symptoms. If you are experiencing the numbness and tingling associated with peripheral neuropathy, there is a cause of your discomfort that’s happening on a cellular level.

If you just take medication to mask the pain, the real reason it exists is never addressed, so it will return again and again. But when you help your body’s own natural healing mechanism resolve the root cause, you’ll be able to experience long-term pain relief.

Our advanced biological treatments contain powerful healing elements that will get to work quickly, helping your body to resolve the cause of your neuropathy pain, tingling, and numbness.

They include:

  • Growth factors
  • Lipids
  • Proteins
  • Amino acids
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Cytokines
  • Exosomes
  • Peptides
  • And more

These treatments are safe and minimally invasive, with almost zero chance for rejection.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a non-surgical, drug-free treatment for neuropathy that we use at our healthcare clinic. First, we draw a small blood sample, which is placed in a centrifuge to spin. As it spins, the red blood cells are separated from the platelets. These new platelets are concentrated with healing properties and are injected into your damaged tissue, where they can help your body’s own healing mechanism get to work and provide the relief you need.

Acoustic sound wave therapy is a natural, non-invasive treatment that administers pulses of sound waves using a specialized handheld device. These sound waves are able to travel through the skin, directly to the site of the injured or painful tissue, promoting healing and providing pain relief. The benefits of acoustic sound wave therapy are available to patients who are looking for pain relief and natural healing without having to undergo risky surgery or use prescription drugs to mask the pain.

Cold lasers work to stimulate blood circulation, increasing blood supply to the distal parts of the body. This allows the nerve tissue to receive the oxygen levels and nutrients it has been denied, resulting in decreased pain and discomfort while repairing functionality.

LED Light Therapy can help to stimulate mitochondria cells. These cells produce energy for your cells. LED Therapy can help the re-growth of blood vessels and promote more blood and oxygen to cells to help further promote healing. LED Light Therapy may also help improve peripheral nerve regeneration, improve function, decrease pain and increase sensation in treated areas.

Common Causes and Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy, you may experience numbness, tingling, burning, itching, and pain. Sometimes, one or more symptoms are more severe than others, or you may feel different symptoms at different times of the day. There are several potential causes of neuropathy, with the leading being diabetes.

Some of the other common causes include:

    Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy Central New Jersey
  • Certain medications
  • Other autoimmune diseases
  • Viral or bacterial infections
  • Tumors
  • Heredity
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Alcoholism
  • Liver disease
  • A bacterial or viral infection
  • Kidney disease

If you’re looking for drug-free, non-surgical neuropathy treatment in Freehold, Toms River, Trenton, Brick, Point Pleasant, Red Bank or any nearby areas in Central New Jersey, give us a call today at (732) 443-0300. We will assess your situation and create a custom treatment plan designed to get the results you need.