If you are experiencing nerve pain in your feet and are looking for a drug-free treatment, Neurogenx may be an option to consider. This new type of treatment is a non-invasive method of relieving pain, numbness, and inflammation in the feet or legs. By targeting the nerves that are connected to the affected area, Neurogenx provides long-term relief without the need for surgery or medication. Your podiatrist can determine whether or not you are a candidate for this type of treatment. 

Understanding Neurogenx

Nerve pain can include symptoms such as numbness, burning, electric-shooting pains, cramping, hypersensitivity, and tingling. It can also make it difficult to sleep, keep your balance, and participate in daily activities. Neurogenx may be an excellent option for you to consider if you suffer from these symptoms and are looking for a drug-free alternative treatment.           

Neurogenx works by sending targeted electrical pulses through electrodes placed on the skin near the affected area. These pulses cause a decrease in nerve activity and reduce inflammation resulting in improved mobility and a significant reduction in pain.

Potential Candidates for Neurogenx Treatment

A good candidate for Neurogenx treatment is a person who suffers from peripheral nerve damage. It has also had positive results for patients with diabetes and fibromyalgia. Neurogenx may also help those suffering from other conditions, including:Neurogenx for nerve pain

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Morton's neuroma
  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuropathy
  • Poor circulation
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Radiculopathy
  • Side effects of chemotherapy or other medications

Those Who May Not Be Candidates for Neurogenx

  • Those with diabetes or have uncontrolled blood sugar levels
  • Those currently on chemotherapy drugs
  • Those with permanent nerve damage
  • Those who use a pacemaker or other electrical medical device
  • Those who are currently pregnant
  • Those with an acute injury or severe deformity

While Neurogenx has been effective for most patients with nerve pain, it may not work for everyone. There are other nerve pain treatments that may be an option to consider. When determining if you are a candidate for Neurogenx, your podiatrist will review your medical history, diagnosis, lifestyle, and other factors. Not every patient will be a candidate for this type of treatment.

Positive Results of Neurogenx

The procedure itself takes only about 30 minutes, and most patients experience relief soon after their first session. After completing treatment, some patients report they’ve regained sensation and no longer need a wheelchair or walker. Results vary depending on the patient and their specific condition.

The Benefits of Neurogenx Treatment

  • Provides long-term relief from foot and leg pain
  • Is a non-invasive option that requires no downtime after the treatment, making it possible to go back to work or other activities
  • Has fewer side effects than other treatments, such as anti-inflammatory medications or steroid injections
  • Targets the nerves causing symptoms rather than muscles or joints, so there is less risk of causing further damage or exacerbating existing conditions, such as arthritis or bursitis                                                                                               

It is essential to discuss your condition with your podiatrist before making any decisions about this type of treatment plan. With proper evaluation and care from experienced professionals like those at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists, you can find relief from chronic foot pain without compromising your health or well-being.

Contact Our Austin Podiatrists

If you are experiencing nerve pain and are interested in Neurogenx, contact our podiatrists at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists for an evaluation. We can determine if you are a candidate for Neurogenx or discuss other advanced treatment options for your condition based on your individual needs. To schedule an appointment, contact us online, or call our office at 512-328-8900.


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