Can nerve damage be reversed?

Traditional treatments for neuropathy or nerve entrapment focus on relieving the painful symptoms. They include things like pain medications and injections, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), plasma exchange to remove antibodies from your blood, immune globulin therapy to suppress immune activity, and surgery to remove what is pressuring the nerve—or part of the nerve itself.

At Brook Valley Podiatry we are finding good success in reversing nerve damage with a new treatment—Neurogenx. It contains a pain relieving aspect (nerve bloc) and a regeneration aspect (electrical stimulation to jump start cell repair and growth). Combined, these can deliver a one-two punch to eliminate pain and heal damaged nerves so they function properly again. This may eliminate the need for surgery. Then you can use physical therapy to improve the muscle weakness often associated with the condition.

There is hope for your numb, tingling, painful feet. Let Dr. Stuart Birnbaum evaluate your nerve health and find the best solution for you. Call our location in Spring Valley at (845) 352-07 and set up your initial appointment today or fill out our online form.

Help for Your Nerve Damage

At Brook Valley Podiatry, Dr. Stuart Birnbaum treats many patients with nerve damage. We invite you to schedule an appointment at our Spring Valley office by dialing (845) 352-0757. If you prefer, our online contact form can also be used to reach out to us.

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