top of page


Peripheral neuropathy currently affects over 10 million people in the United States. Neuropathy may feel very irritating and can actually be painful. It can affect your everyday life. You may find yourself avoiding doing certain things because your feet bother you and you find it hard to enjoy things like you used to.

As neuropathy gets worse, it may also affect the nerves that control your balance and coordination. You may find yourself falling over frequently, or, due to numbness in your hands, you may be unable to perform the simple movements you need to do for work. You may also have digestive issues that keep you close to a bathroom.

Untitled design (36) (1).jpg

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a medical condition caused by damaged nerve cells and is often associated with autoimmune diseases, diabetes, infections, tumors, etc. Neuropathy is pain, weakness, or numbness due to damage in your nerves. Neuropathy can affect any part of your body and become quite intense, even when you are performing tasks during the day or sleeping at night. Peripheral neuropathy is nerve pain on the edges of your body, like your hands and feet, as opposed to the core nerves in the center of your body. Neuropathy most often feels like a tingling in your hands or a tingling in your feet—although it can be sharp, freezing, or burning. Rivertown Medical Center is dedicated to offering you neuropathy pain relief with all-natural and non-invasive treatments.

What are symptoms of

  • Numbness

  • Tingling

  • Crawling Sensation of the Skin

  • Cramping

  • Burning Pain

  • Loss of Muscle

  • Walking with a Shuffle

  • Deep Stabbing Pain

  • Grip Strength Decreases

  • Inability to Feel Hot or Cold

  • Loss of Balance and Coordination


What are common causes of Neuropathy? 

  • Diabetes

  • Auto-Immune
  • Injuries or Trauma
  • Infections
  • Metabolic Problems
  • Toxic Exposure
  • Vitamin Deficiencies
  • Alcoholism
  • Medications
  • Infections
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Kidney or Liver Disease
  • Chemotherapy

There are over 100 Common Causes of Neuropathy. It may not be as important to dwell on why you have neuropathy but rather consider what will happen if you do not treat your neuropathy?

How is Neuropathy Treated? 

Most doctors tell patients that there is no treatment for neuropathy. They advise patients to just wait and come back when it gets worse and then proceed to prescribe yet another pill to mask the symptoms. HOWEVER, new clinical studies reveal that neuropathy can be treated! The breakthrough for peripheral neuropathy sufferers can be successfully treated through natural means. Our medical team takes your condition very seriously. We believe it is our duty to help prevent balance problems, falls, and fractures that neuropathy so often causes. These cutting-edge therapies include NASA generated infrared light therapy, whole body vibration treatment to increase peripheral circulation, area-targeted nutritional therapy and mild electrical  stimulation regimens to block sensory pain signaling in the brain.


We also use specific protocols to heighten balance and coordination while reducing soreness and stiffness in the feet often induced by neuropathy conditions. The injection services utilize biologics such as Human Cell Tissue Product (HCTP), Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and other products such as Hyaluronic Acid, Lidocaine, Procaine, or Marcaine; all of these have extraordinary safety profiles.


Rivertown Medical Center’s approach is to heal your nerve and reverse your

symptoms by:

  • Increasing blood supply to your nerves

  • Repairing and re-educating your nerves

  • Increasing the blood flow in your feet or hands

  • Increasing your balance and mobility


By restoring circulation to your extremities, we can help to encourage your body to regenerate damaged nerve tissue! Even better is that these changes are sustained for the long-term with simple home therapies and nutritional protocols that you’ll continue on your own. We will sit down with you to determine if you’re a candidate for this ground-breaking treatment, and review all of your options.

Add your own content here. Click to edit.

bottom of page