Who is a Candidate for NEUROGENX Treatments
Do you suffer from one or more of the following problems?
- Burning Pain
- Leg Cramping
- Sharp Electrical-Like Pain
- Prickling or Tingling Feelings of Feet or Hands
- Difficulty sleeping due to leg & foot discomfort
These symptoms can result from many conditions such as diabetes, MS, strokes, kidney problems, liver problems, poor circulation, chemotherapy treatments, as well as simple nerve entrapments. Over time, the conditions shrink the blood vessels and put pressure on the nerves resulting in pain and the types of symptoms listed above.
Who Can Benefit from Neurogenx Treatments?
Neurogenx is used to treat the numbness or pain that may be associated with diabetes, post-chemotherapy, neuromuscular pain or disease, restless leg syndrome, post-surgery, secondary to injury, fibromyalgia, some autoimmune diseases, post-drug and alcohol use, and idiopathic (unexplained) neuropathy.
Typical neuropathy symptoms in your feet, legs or hands that the Neurogenx Treatments can help include: numbness, decreased sensation, hypersensitivity, tingling, burning, stinging, abnormal sensations, shooting or electric-shock type pain, cotton or bunched up sock sensation in the balls of your feet, loss of balance or coordination and muscle weakness.
THIS TREATMENT IS FOR PEOPLE WHO:
- Have neuropathy resulting from diabetes,
- Had chemotherapy
- Are uncertain of their diagnosis
- Haven’t had a proper diagnosis
- Want a second opinion
- Have been told that there is nothing else that can be done
- Are tired of not getting any answers
- Are tired of taking medications that aren’t working
- Are afraid their neuropathy is getting worse
- Who want results, but aren’t getting any
- Are looking for an effective solution
Who Won’t Benefit from Neurogenx Neuropathy Treatments?
There is minimal or NO benefit from this treatment if the source of your neuropathy is present.
- If you’re a diabetic with poor control of blood sugars
- Your symptoms are caused by a bulging or ruptured disk that’s compressing a nerve
- You have permanent nerve damage
- Those currently on chemotherapy
- Those taking certain medications or drugs that are causing your neuropathy
- Also it cannot be used on patients who use electrical medical devices, such as:
- An “on-demand” type pacemaker or defibrillator
- Implanted pain pumps or stimulators
- Or women who are currently pregnant.