Neuropathy The Woodlands, TX – Improve your vitality with our non-surgical neuropathy treatments!

  • January 27, 2022
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If you are interested in a non-invasive and safe approach to alleviating your neuropathy symptoms, our experienced medical team at Regenerative Revival can help. As a neurological medical center, we are professionally trained to assist you in diminishing your pain symptoms and help you feel revitalized at any age!

We embrace an integrated method to your wellness as we focus on creating a customized plan that works to correct the underlying cause of your pain, along with providing efficient relief for your condition. You can rely on us to get you the medical help you need that relieves the pins and needles and numbness that you may be experiencing from your peripheral neuropathy symptoms.


What are some examples of peripheral neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a general term that refers to a large number of conditions that encompass the central nervous system. Those affected with peripheral neuropathy tend to lose any feelings in their extremities and can cause a loss of normal nerve symptoms. Some of the most prevalent causes of peripheral neuropathy within North America include:

  • Ulnar nerve palsy, most common from a sudden sports injury
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome, where the wrist nerves are compressed and numb
  • Bell’s palsy, single-nerve neuropathy that results in the muscles of the face being inactive
  • Peroneal nerve palsy, which is caused by pinching of the fibular nerve in the leg


How many neuropathy sessions will I need to see an improvement in my mobility?

With frequent sessions and close monitoring by our qualified team, your body can learn how to control your muscles while decreasing the risk of falling and injuring yourself. Through the strategic stimulation of your tissues, you can experience an enhanced response and stability in the ankles, feet, and knees.

There are over 100 types of neuropathies and their development rates will depend on the individual – some cases can develop slowly, over a span of multiple years, while other neuropathic cases will develop more rapidly and progress faster. We can discuss your individual circumstances and design a plan for your neuropathy improvement over the course of a number of sessions.

Depending on your current neuropathy conditions, we can provide you with tailored medical guidance to help you alleviate your pain symptoms. If you have chronic neuropathy, you may need to discuss your circumstances with your doctor before making your appointment with our team. At Regenerative Revival, we are committed to improving the quality of life of our patients through progressive and safe medical treatments.


Professional services we offer for neuropathy pain relief:

  • Neurolight Therapy
  • Peripheral Nerve Block Injections
  • Electronic Stimulation Therapy
  • Vibration Therapy
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid IV Infusions

In addition to strengthening muscles and improving muscular coordination, our range of non-invasive services can help your sensory nerves become stronger and help them recover their functions. All of the services that we provide are aimed to increase the stimulus in the neuropathic affected area and accelerate cellular repair and healing. After countless research and testing, our team is trained in the proprietary methods of helping those living with nerve damage, and helping our patients regain their active lifestyles. 


Don’t let your neuropathy symptoms hold you back from enjoying your life – contact our medical team today to discuss your options!

In alignment with working with qualified medical practitioners, our dedication to providing cutting-edge treatments can enhance our patients’ quality of life. You can trust our extensive training and expertise in guiding you to your optimal lifestyle while assisting you in discovering the benefits of regenerative medicine.

Contact us today to book a free consultation with one of our experts, and learn more about how our treatments can reduce your peripheral neuropathy symptoms. 

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