Burning, tingling NEUROPATHY pain in your hands or feet?
Everyday We Have More Success Relieving Neuropathy Pain.
Why Not You?
•Reduced Pain and Cramps
•Reduced Tingling & Numbness in Fingers, Toes & Legs
•Experience Touch without Pain
•Improved Sense of Balance & Fingers, Toes & Legs
•Less Dependency on Medications
•Less Restless Leg
What Can I expect when I visit a Neuropathy Treatment Center of America?
Our state of the art facilities offers you an experience like no other clinical environment.
Our team of 3 medical physicians and two doctors of chiropractic employ The Vinton Method™ approach of examining your body from head to toe to determine if there are other deficits contributing to your hand or foot pain, including dropped arches in your feet, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spinal stenosis, disc herniations, poor posture, tight muscles or inflammatory metabolic disorders.
Your visit will include an through evaluation that will determine the function of the nerves in your arms, hands, legs, feet and toes.
This exam is not a visual exam, but a complete clinical exam of nerve function like none you have ever experienced!
This is why the Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America have unparalled success.
Most neuropathy treatment DO NOT focus on the cause of your nerve damage, which is what we exclusively determine in your clinical evaluation.
Once Dr. Vinton completes your clinical exam of the nerve fiber function, he will outline a care plan that includes the exclusive treatment packages offered only from the Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America.
We offer the neuropathy pain patient a package of clinical therapies that are researched, effective, non-invasive, drug free and clinically proven to help patients improve the quality of their lives across the nation.
This select neuropathy pain relief combination of therapies has, to our knowledge, not been seen previously in the field of neuropathy care. Perhaps this is why our patients have made such life changing breakthroughs.
In addition, conditions other than nerve fiber damage, including venous insufficiency, spinal stenosis, myelopathy, radiculopathy and central nervous system disturbances may mimic small fiber neuropathy.
Excellent 1-minute informative neuropathy video.
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