Neuropathy: Now There Is A Cure That Works

Do you suffer from:

1. Numb Toes? Numb Feet?
2. Diabetes Complications?
3. Leg Cramps? Leg Pain? Burning Foot Pain?
4. Pain When You Walk?
5. Sharp Nerve Pain Like Electric Shocks?
6. Difficulty Sleeping Because of Leg & Foot Discomfort?
7. Pricking or Tingling Feelings In Your Toes, Feet, Ankles, or Legs?

If you do, which group fits you the best?

1. Your doctor has been unable to diagnose your problem? Or he has tried different medicines that either didn’t work or had unpleasant side effects?

2. You’ve been everywhere and tried everything but nothing has worked?

3. Or you’ve heard that you had Neuropathy but you also heard there was just not a lot that could be done for it?

AMPUTATIONWhether you fit best in Category 1, 2, or 3, if you have Neuropathy, it probably keeps getting worse. It will do that. And in some cases it will finally lead to AMPUTATION! That's too bad, because today, we can treat Neuropathy. Our Specialty is treating Neuropathy. But untreated, it usually gets worse. Sometimes it is called Diabetic Neuropathy, Peripheral Neuropathy, Idiopathic Neuropathy and/or several other names. But it is all the same disease, and it affects the lives of approximately 21,000,000 Americans. Approximately 30% of Neuropathy is idiopathic, which means the cause is unknown.

As we've indicated, there are many kinds of Neuropathy and many conditions that are associated with it, or can cause it, or perhaps speed it up. Every day we are learning more about Neuropathy -- where it comes from and how to treat it. For the latest information about Neuropathy, subscribe to our free email newsletter. The signup form is in the sidebar on the right.

Until now, if your Neuropathy was diagnosed at all, the treatment has usually been limited to medication. But medication only masks the problem and perhaps makes you a little more comfortable. And many medications have unpleasant side effects. None of them reverse or even slow down the progression of damage to your nerves. In a word, they don’t work!

Something New

No more leg cramps, foot pain, ankle pain, pain in calf, numbness in toes, pain in feet, aching foot pain, foot drop, numb leg or pain in ankles.  These people enjoy walking again.There is now good news, though. Today there IS a treatment that slows down and even reverses Neuropathy. It works! And it works without dangerous or addictive medications.

That new treatment is ours. It’s unique and proprietary. That means you won’t find it in other places. It stops the pain and numbness in the first few treatments and restores circulation to your legs and feet. Then it helps your body HEAL YOUR NERVES AND YOUR NEUROPATHY.

When you come in, our doctors will use state of the art diagnostics and give you a clear and accurate diagnosis. We won’t leave you guessing. Then, if you decide to proceed with treatment, you will feel the effects immediately. For most of our patients, that means they will walk out more comfortable than when they walked in.

Testimonials From Our Patients

Here are testimonials from some of our patients --

“I Feel Much Better …"

trigeminal neuropathy, polyneuropathy, peripheral nerve, neuropathy of the feet, diabetic foot care, pain management.  No more worries since I found Neuropathy Pain Doctors.

For the past 6-7 years it felt like I was wearing invisible stockings, [and] the numbness had gotten worse in the past 2 years. I had numbness in both feet -- the tops and the bottoms -- and I also had shooting pain in my toes.

The treatment [at Neuropathy Pain Doctors] has reduced the numbness in my feet; I can now feel the carpet. I couldn’t before treatment. Although the pain and numbness are not completely gone, I feel much better.

Everyone is very supportive, helpful in explaining what’s being done, very professional and very nice.Nancy Rigman
Saint Louis, MO


“The Doctors At NPD Are Miracle Workers …"

no more leg pain, leg pain symptoms, heel pain causes, nephropathy, feet pain, diabetic foot care, aching foot pain, neuropathy of the feet, foot painful.  Neuropathy Pain Doctors fixed it all.

"See that foot coming down on those tacks? That was me before I came to Neuropathy Pain Doctors. My family doctor told me there was really nothing he could do for me and I was getting desperate.

“So I asked friend and tried everything, but the numbness was turning into pain and it kept getting worse. I didn’t know what to do or what to try and I was afraid I was going to become crippled. Or even worse, lose one of my feet.

“Then a friend told me about Neuropathy Pain Doctors. What a relief! They know about Neuropathy. They knew exactly what I was talking about. And they knew what to do about it. The relief was wonderful! And so were the people here and their treatment. No surgery, no drugs, and I felt relief almost immediately. I could tell it was working even after the first day!

“Now I’m back to my old self. That darned old pain and numbness are GONE, GONE, GONE!!! See that smile on my face? Now you know why I’m smiling. Because the pain is gone!

“If you have pain or numbness or Neuropathy and if you don’t know what to do next, then CALL Neuropathy Pain Doctors right now. I’m sure glad I did.”Mary Helen Bolen
St. Louis, MO


“I Even Went To The Mayo Clinic …"

type 2 diabetes diet, inflammatory conditions, leg cramps, what causes foot pain.  I don't worry since finding Neuropathy Pain Doctors.

I tried everything, even went to the Mayo Clinic -- nothing and no one helped me. I went to the Neuropathy Pain Doctors. All I can say is IT REALLY WORKS! It has helped me tremendously.William Rook


“It Works!!"

“I have suffered for 3 years with pain in my feet and legs. I don’t have to take the pain medication anymore! I can do more, stand longer, I have better balance and less pain.

“It works!”Wanda Randle


“Wow! What a Relief. No More Pain Or Numbness In My Feet!"

No more burning feet, numb feet, leg foot pain, pain relief treatment, nerve pain, painful feet, pain in legs, diabetic feet, diabetes pain, pain in right leg, night leg pain, or pain treatments.  Neuropathy Pain Doctors fixed my Neuropathy.

Wow! What a relief to no more pain or numbness in my feet.

Now I can do the things I did 5 years ago --

I can run up and down steps without being so cautious.
I am more confident in my footing.
My balance is better.
I have more “pep” in my step.

Before treatment I was in pain and felt like I was always walking on cardboard.

I was previously prescribed medicine to stop the pain but it wasn’t worth it.

This program is different because it restored my feet back to normal. As someone who has been through the program, I can recommend the Neuropathy Pain Doctors. Everyone is so friendly and they really care.

Thank you!Abe Davis
St. Louis, MO


P.S. We’ve included Abe's Histogram Studies below. Histograms are another display of some of the nerve tests we use to help diagnose our Neuropathy patients and guide our treatment.

Burning feet, numb feet, peripheral neuropathy surgery, pain relief treatment, neuropathy treatment, diabetes pain. I found treatment complete at Neuropathy Pain Doctors.

Abe's charts (Histograms) show that when Abe started treatment, we couldn’t even measure the response from the 5 nerves shown in each bar graph -- the nerves that control function and feeling in your feet. That was in July and it meant Abe’s nerves were basically not working -- or working so poorly that we could not measure them.

By September (orange bars), we could measure all 9 out of 10 of Abe's nerves, and by November (green bars), most of his nerve function had improved back into normal range.

There is still a problem with one nerve on each side, but overall, these charts show a remarkable recovery for someone who had been told there was "nothing to do" and who had been put on a program made up largely of pain medication.

Taking pain medication for Neuropathy is a little like covering up the "oil pressure" light on your car's dashboard when it comes on. Obviously that would not be a good response. Putting some oil into your car would be a much better response. And that's what 99.9% of us do. With our cars. Which we can replace when they break down.

Yet, when it comes to our bodies -- which we cannot replace -- we routinely treat Neuropathy by "covering up the oil pressure light". We take pain killing drugs, mask the symptoms, and let the Neuropathy proceed to ravish our bodies. When you look at things that way, can you see that just taking pain killing drugs for Neuropathy is not a good solution?

We are proud of the treatment we have developed at Neuropathy Pain Doctors. It is highly effective and avoids both surgery and the use of dangerous medications.

And --

Getting back to Abe --

Abe is no longer taking any medication related to Neuropathy and, as he says in his own words, "I'm back to normal". We’re proud to be able to show these kinds of results and proud to have helped Abe start "living his life" again.


“I Could No Longer Tolerate It …… [Now I] Live a Pain Free Lifestyle"

“I have suffered with numbness and shooting pain in my feet and legs for the past 5 years. I was at the point I could no longer tolerate it.

“Since my treatment I can sleep better and no longer awaken at night with leg cramps. I can climb the stairs easier and no longer use my cane.

“I recommend my friends and family so they can live a pain free life style. The doctors and staff are all so caring.”Mary Lou Sheridan
St. Charles, MO


“My doctor Said I Would Just Have To Live With It -----"

Over the past 15 years, I felt like I was walking on sponges. My feet were numb, hot and burning. I heard about the Neuropathy Pain Doctors and felt I had nothing to lose and everything to gain.

My doctor never offered me any treatment, he just said, I would have to live with it.

I now have more feeling, more confidence and better balance. They kept me informed about each step of the way and the treatment definitely is working.

I would recommend this treatment to others. I was losing both sensory and motor skills…

So if it worked for me, it can work for others.

Everybody at the clinic is very professional and friendly.Mary Davis
St. Louis, MO


Do we have your attention? Would you like to know more? Then follow these links to other parts of our site and learn more about our groundbreaking new treatment for Neuropathy --

One More Question

Oh, and one more question we hear a lot --

Q: Is Neuropathy dangerous? What happens if I just leave it alone?

A: YES. Neuropathy is a progressive disease. That means if you leave it alone, it gets worse. That makes it very dangerous. And leaving it alone is not a good idea.

Leaving it alone might have been your only option until now, but, finally, you are now learning about our new and effective treatment. It is even usually covered by Medicare or private insurance, which means our treatment will cost you little or nothing out of pocket.

These pictures are examples of what can happen when people have Neuropathy and try to ignore it:

In extreme cases, as we said above, untreated Neuropathy can even lead to amputation. Why? Because pain warns us when something is wrong. When our nerves, and therefore our pain warning systems, aren't working right, it becomes very difficult to protect and care for our toes, feet and legs. We can’t tell when they’ve been scuffed, burned, cut or punctured. The result? When the damage has gone too far, doctors have to cut off the parts of your body that are too badly damaged to heal.

But today, there’s no reason for anyone to have to face anything as drastic as amputation. In fact, there’s no reason to continue suffering. You’ve come to the right place. Our Specialty is Neuropathy. Now visit the rest of our site and learn more about Neuropathy and how we treat it. Then go to our Make An Appointment page and make your first appointment today!

Q. What are some of the complaints or symptoms you hear from patients when they come in?

A. Here are some of the more common symptoms and complaints -- things we hear from patients. If any of these phrases fit you, you might have Neuropathy and be a good candidate for our treatment. Make An Appointment now and come talk with one of our doctors:

  • Nighttime leg pain
  • Diabetes complications
  • Diabetic foot problems
  • Leg and foot numbness
  • Nerve pain in feet
  • Tingling feet
  • Tingling toes
  • Leg pain
  • Foot pain
  • Nerve pain
  • Diabetes pain
  • Numb feet
  • Back of leg pain
  • Heel pain
  • Numbness in toes
  • Painful toes
  • Foot pain
  • Pain in toes
  • Burning feet
  • Pains in legs
  • Painful legs
  • Peripheral nerve pain
  • Diabetes treatment and pain
  • Painful toes
  • Pain in toes
  • Neuropathy pain


And patients ask us about:

  • Neuropathy in their feet
  • Peripheral neuropathy surgery
  • What causes foot pain
  • Causes of leg pain
  • What causes leg pain
  • What is "diabetes pain"
  • Diabetes symptoms
  • Signs and symptoms of diabetes
  • What is the treatment for diabetics and diabetes pain
  • What are leg pain symptoms
  • Do we offer heel pain treatment
  • What does Neuropathy pain feel like?
  • Is our treatment related to treatment for lupus
  • Do we offer pain relief treatment
  • How do we diagnose Neuropathy in feet
  • Are patients candidates for peripheral neuropathy surgery

10 Comments to “Neuropathy: Now There Is A Cure That Works”

  1. NPD-Admin on 01-Nov-2013

    Check my reply to your other comments, Nikeesha. Greg

  2. Nikeesha Cruse on 23-Jul-2013

    I really need help for my polyneuropathy it gets bad

  3. NPD-Admin on 01-Nov-2013

    Check my reply to your more recent comment, Nikeesha. Greg

  4. Nikeesha Cruse on 23-Jul-2013

    I have been diagnosed with polyneuropathy and it gets.bad in my feet and legs it really affects my life and activities.

  5. NPD-Admin on 16-Oct-2012

    Sorry I don’t have better news for you Shawn, but the only thing I can recommend is that you join our Medical Tourist program and come to St. Louis for our treatment. From what you write, you sound like the kind of patient we can help. I can’t get into discussing prescription drugs or what other doctors might feel is necessary, but I can tell you that our treatment does not require you to continue taking medications for your Neuropathy after our treatment is complete. And even during treatment, we don’t use any of the medications you have listed.

    For your diabetes, if it is Type II diabetes, do a google search and check out the “Glycemic Index”. You’ll find that, to a large extent, Type II diabetes can be controlled by diet — eating mostly foods that are low on the Glycemic Index.

    But the best option is an extended trip to St. Louis for treatment by our doctors. If you think you might be able to do that, write back to me at the email address at the left and ask for our Medical Tourist Application. I’ll send it to you, and we’ll start planning your trip and treatment here.

    Cheers — Greg Andrews

  6. Shawn Robinson on 02-Oct-2012

    I have diabetic neuropathy. I have been diabetic 12 years with neuropathy for at least 11 years. My current treatment is Lyrica and most of my physicians want me off that drug for various reasons including its heart related side effects. I take 200mg of the 300mg prescribed dose in the afternoon and at night (100 mg each dose). They want to switch me to Cymbalta. I really dont want an antidepressant. Your alternative treatment is interesting! Is there anything I can do from here in Charleston, SC? I have BC/BS insurance.

  7. NPD-Admin on 12-Aug-2012

    Everything is on the site, Frank. The next step is contacting Anni (her phone number is at the top right of each page on our site) and arranging to be examined by one of our doctors. Good luck. Greg Andrews

  8. frank montalbano on 08-Aug-2012

    Plese send info on this disease

  9. Derick Dailey on 29-Oct-2011

    What is the treatment?

  10. Celeste Fournier on 15-Jul-2011

    I am interested in finding out more about neuropathy because my husband was diagnosed with it by a neurologist. The main reason he visited the doctor was because he was having problems with balance problems. Recently he had two falls during two different nights while in the bathroom. He had an EEG and other tests which were negative. The neurologist, who we trust, said it caused by neuropathy in his feet, that his brain was not getting the message to maintain balance. The only solution he could give was that he should look down when he walks to help maintain balance. And also he must use a four-pronged cane all the time.
    He is 76 years old and up until now was moderately active. I just hate to see him so restricted in activity because of his present condition. Walking stairs is especially difficult for him. I’m now ready for us to be “old.” I am 74.
    He does not have diabetes. He does have problems with his feet and does get leg cramps. This has never associated with neuropathy before by any doctor.
    We live in Versailles, MO on a limited income so travel time has to be considered in any case. I’m just beginning to try to understand what the causes of neuropathy are and what it does to the body.
    We do have a son who is diabetic and does suffer from neuropathy. He lives in the St. Louis area.
    Thank you for any information you can offer.

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