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1770 Skylyn Drive Spartanburg, SC 29307
864-583-8308
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At Skylyn Wellness Center, inc. we are fortunate to currently be the only clinic in the Upstate area to have a new treatment available for those suffering from nerve pain or neuropathy that really works!

The Neurogenx Electronic Signal Treatment (EST) safely uses cutting-edge, patented, high-frequency electronic waves to gently reach deep down through muscle and tissue to relieve neuropathy symptoms and severe neuromuscular pain.

Treatment with Neurogenx is FDA-cleared and clinically-proven as an effective treatment for nerve pain in the arms, hands, legs and feet.

The Neurogenx EST technology provides a clinically proven, successful treatment for neuropathy and chronic nerve conditions that affect both the upper and lower extremities.

Currently, the most common treatment for neuropathy is with oral medications such as the anti-seizure medication Gabapentin, antidepressants or narcotics which help settle down or dulls nerve sensation. Unfortunately, these medications are not a cure and often have many undesirable side effects.

Neurogenx is an exciting, new FDA approved neuropathy treatment with clinically documented results showing an overall 80-85% success rate in alleviating neuropathy and neuropathic pain!

Neurogenx is an exciting new treatment for numbness or pain in the feet or legs. It is a dramatically effective solution for neuropathy, with documented clinical results. The treatment consists of advanced, patented, and FDA-cleared Electronic Signaling Technology (EST), combined with a series of local anesthetic injections. This device is being used effectively in many clinics both medical and chiropractic specialties, including pain management.

Relief is fast in coming.  Results vary based on patient symptomatology and the amount of time the problem has been ongoing.   However, with most patients notice a change in as few as 4-5 treatments.