Washington DC Treatment for Chronic Nerve Pain
Have you and your podiatrist discussed your pain condition before? Have they diagnosed you with a long term foot pain condition involving your nerves? This is typically referred to as 'chronic neuropathic pain.' Chronic nerve pain in your feet can feel like:
- Sharp pins and needles or numbness
- Difficulty walking or loss of balance from loss of feeling
- Stabbing pain up your leg
- Inability to sleep from pain
There is a treatment that could help you, it's called Neurogenx®.
What is Neurogenx®
Neurogenx is a FDA cleared and patented medical device with an associated treatment plan that stimulates your nerves and other cells.
- Non-surgical, and non-narcotic
- Uses high-frequency electronic waves
- Unique combination of a device with a comprehensive doctor order treatment protocol
Indications for use
Neurogenx can help treat nerve conditions caused by or related to the following foot and lower leg conditions:
- Tarsal tunnel syndrome
- Plantar fasciitis
- Phantom leg syndrome
- Restless leg syndrome
- Vascular conditions
- Traumatic injury
- Post-operative pain
Will It Work For Me?
Neurogenx has dramatically changed treatment outcomes for thousands of patients who suffered with neuropathy and other chronic nerve conditions. After the Neurogenx Treatment, many patients have experienced complete resolution of their neuropathy symptoms or have experienced such a significant reduction in their symptoms that they reported an improved quality of life. The Neurogenx Treatment works equally well for men and women. It also works well regardless of the duration of existing symptoms. Patients recently diagnosed with neuropathy and those who have suffered with chronic nerve conditions for 20-30 years or more, have experienced restorative results with the Neurogenx Treatment. Proven restorative outcomes in 87% of patients.*
Meet the doctor leading your treatment
Jeffrey Steinberg, DPM, FACFAS
Chevy Chase Podiatry
5513 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20015
*This number is based on medical studies, results may vary depending on age, condition treatment compliance, genetics, diagnosis and other factors. Not all patients are candidates for treatment or are accepted for care.