Pain Management with Neurogenx: New Tech to Make Life Easier

In a post from July 10, makes the case that the PC is going the way of the dinosaur. Given the fact that even kids have smartphones nowadays—not to mention that an increasing number of schools are lending them tablets for their studies—we find it hard to argue with that assessment. This isn’t to say that people will stop using PCs or laptops, but rather that new technology constantly changes the landscapes of our lives. Here at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists, we have a prime example of that in the form of Neurogenx therapy for nerve damage.

Neuropathy, which is essentially damaged nerves, can happen for a variety of reasons. This condition is frequently associated with diabetes, but it can also be caused by physical trauma (auto accidents, etc.), tumors, infections, diseases, and even as a side effect to medications (particularly those used in chemotherapy).

Nerve damage symptoms include sharp, burning pain. There have been other treatment methods for nerve pain in the past that have had varying results, but new technology enables us to treat this condition for you with the use of Neurogenx therapy. This state-of-the-art treatment tackles the issue with two key components – medication and electronic stimulation. Combined, they have proven to reduce pain, decrease nerve swelling, improve circulation, and even create an anti-inflammatory effect to help you feel better.

The results are impressive, as patients report improved balance, decreased need for narcotic pain medications, and even longer periods of sleep. (Of course, it’s easier to stay asleep when you aren’t woken in the middle of the night with sharp nerve pain.)

Don’t let neuropathy pain interfere with your life. At Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists, we have the state-of-the-art tools and technology to put the pain in your rearview mirror as you go forward. Ask us about Neurogenx and find out why this might be the answer to your nerve problem. You can contact us today via our online form or call our Austin, TX office at (512) 328-8900. Don’t forget to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ so you can stay on top of the latest health tips and news.

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Dr. Craig H. Thomajan, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS
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