NEUROPATHY RELIEF CENTER uses a variety of techniques and therapies to provide maximum relief for each patient suffering with neuropathic pain. Neuropathy patients can vary significantly depending on diagnosis and pain levels therefore the approach to treatment may differ as well. Our office offers a combination manual techniques including vagal stimulation to balance the autonomic nervous system. This combined with cutting edge therapies have proven to generate the greatest results for Neuropathy patients suffering with Nerve Pain.
Unlike many other Neuropathy Clinics, Dr Wade's approach to the treatment of painful Neuropathy is multifaceted. He uses manual therapy to improve function of the sympathetic nervous system while his primary technique restores balance to the autonomic nervous system through vagal stimulation. Dr. Wade is Board Certified Chiropractic Physician, licensed to perform Physical Medicine Modalities/Therapeutic Procedures, and manipulation under anesthesia in the state of Arizona.
Neuropathy Relief Center uses a combination of cutting edge, supporting therapies to achieve its mission of maximizing pain relief and repair for each Neuropathy patient. These alternative therapies come in multiple forms and provide the body with various healing frequencies. It has been found, the one thing these therapies all have in common is their ability to positively affect cellular health and the function of the cell.
What is Scrambler Pain Therapy? Also known as Calmare Therapy, Scrambler Pain Therapy received FDA clearance in 2009 in the United States and has been effectively been treating the chronic neuropathic pain (Neuropathy) every since. This non-invasive approach to chronic pain relief produces no side effects and over time may lower medical costs.
Scrambler Pain Therapy uses nerve scrambling technology to treat patients in a non invasive, painless, drug free manner. There are no known side effects to this treatment and the therapy is clinically proven to diminish reoccurrence without traditional side effects such as drowsiness, depression, and addiction. How is Scrambler Pain Therapy different? The pain scrambling technology sends brief, mild electrical signals through the body to the brain. These electrical signals “scramble” the message to the brain that tells it that there is pain in a particular region of the body, then the signals change the message to the brain, basically telling it that there is no pain.