Curing Nerve Damage with Neurogenx

It is certainly not too early to begin planning your 4th of July celebration—some might think it’s actually a bit late—so you might want to consider heading to Vic Mathias Shores (formerly Auditorium Shores) for the Austin Symphony’s annual concert. The patriotic music is sure to inspire, and the brilliant firework display over Lady Bird Lake will leave you awestruck. Of course, you can thank your nervous system for enabling you to enjoy the experience!

When neuropathy (nerve damage) causes painful issues in your feet and legs, however, you might not be so fond of your nervous system. Instead, you want to consider the Neurogenx treatment  we offer here at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists.

Neuropathy is often identified by physical sensations like burning, tingling, or sharp pain, but it can also cause numbness in the affected area. Numbness and lack of sensation opens up the possibility of damage being sustained without you knowing it. No matter which symptoms are bothering you, you will want them taken care of as soon as possible. Fortunately, we have an array of treatment options at our disposal, including various therapies, surgeries, and medications (pain relievers, anti-seizure drugs, topical treatments, and antidepressants).

We may elect to use those other options as part of your neuropathy treatment plan, but we may also capitalize on a sophisticated, technologically-advanced procedure known as Neurogenx.

Neurogenx is not a drug or surgery, but rather a unique Electronic Signal Treatment (EST) proven to provide dramatic results for our patients. This particular form of EST is able to relieve neuropathy pain and other symptoms by employing high-frequency electronic waves. These waves gently reach deep down into affected nerves and soft tissue to create positive changes in the body by increasing cellular metabolism, reducing swelling, altering Ph levels, and removing waste products and excess fluids, all of which promote healing and relieve painful symptoms.

Neurogenx treatment is yet another example of our commitment to offering the latest in state-of-the-art technology to help patients overcome issues in a quick, effective, and completely safe manner. We take pride at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists in continually raising the bar for patient expectations, and then exceeding those expectations.

Contact us for more information on how we can help you overcome lower limb nerve issues. Either call us at (512) 328-8900 to speak with one of our friendly, knowledgeable staff members, or schedule your appointment at our Austin, TX podiatric practice online.

Dr. Craig H. Thomajan, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS
Founder and Managing Partner of Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists
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