You don’t have to suffer with neuropathy symptoms – let us help!
The key to alleviating neuropathy symptoms is to determine which of the 35 types of neuropathy is involved and consider what has caused the neuropathy to begin with. This is the approach that we take here at Complete Rehab, and in our 13 years of experience serving the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area, nearly all of our roughly 3,000 patients to date have experienced a major improvement, with many experiencing complete elimination of their neuropathy symptoms. Furthermore, because we also address the cause for the neuropathy, we can let you know exactly what you should do in order to keep your symptoms from returning.
Brett Duffy understands how neuropathy symptoms can undermine your quality of life. He has been both the patient and the therapist, having barely survived a 12-story fall in 1989. His experience, which involved a six-week-long coma, nine months of partial parallelization, and 13 months of being treated in five different hospitals and undergoing seven operations, led him on the path to become an occupational therapist. He has spent the last 13 years focusing on neuropathy and helping those with neuropathy symptoms, although we also treat other occupational therapy conditions.
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Being a patient at Complete Rehab has truly been a blessing.
“My life had been profoundly affected by the constant pain and numbness in my feet and legs caused by neuropathy. Also, my balance had declined and I had to walk with a cane. On my first visit, Brett asked what my goal was; without hesitation, I said it was to regain my life back. After a series of treatments, I am no longer using a cane and ALL of my symptoms have significantly improved. Being a patient at Complete Rehab has truly been a blessing. Brett and his staff are very professional, and I highly recommend their services to anyone suffering with neuropathy.”
★★★★★ G. Nelson
If you thought your only recourse for dealing with neuropathy symptoms such as pain, itching, tingling, numbness, swelling, and other debilitating symptoms was to depend on pain medications, we hope you will give us a call to schedule an appointment. While medications can sometimes be beneficial, they will never be our first plan of action, as they do not come without potential drawbacks. Call today to get started on the road to a better life!
At Complete Rehab, we treat neuropathy symptoms in patients from Clemmons, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Charlotte, Concord, Mooresville, Lewisville, Salisbury, and Lexington, North Carolina.