Nerve Damage, Winston-Salem, NC

Nerve damage doesn’t mean you have to accept permanent, debilitating symptoms.

It is a common misconception that all nerve damage is permanent and the symptoms involved can only be alleviated with medication. The reality is that with proper therapy and addressing the cause of your nerve damage, a personalized treatment plan can be developed that can improve your quality of life by reducing or eliminating your symptoms. Here at Complete Rehab, we have helped roughly 3.000 patients in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area overcome symptoms related to nerve damage and other neuropathy conditions.

Nerve Damage in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

When you visit our clinic, the first thing you will notice is the very southern, at-home, welcoming vibe and a comfortable environment where you are treated like family. We love seeing our patients have fun in the waiting room, socializing and becoming happier than they had been because of dealing with nerve damage pain.

We accept most types of insurance, including Medicare, so if your insurance company pays for therapy, either physical or occupational, it is likely our services will be covered. Of course, we also accept self-pay patients because we want to help anyone who is struggling with nerve damage symptoms.

It is no surprise that our patients pick up on the compassion that Brett Duffy brings to the table. He is unique among those who treat nerve damage because he has been a patient himself. In 1989, he barely survived a 12-story fall while serving in the United States Marine Corps. His experience, which included a six-week coma, nine months of parallelization on his right side, 13 months in five different hospitals, and seven operations to date, led him on the path to become a therapist. He learned that with proper care, nerve damage doesn’t have to be permanent and would like to help you overcome your condition as well. Call today for your initial consultation appointment.


At Complete Rehab, we assist patients with nerve damage from Clemmons, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Charlotte, Concord, Mooresville, Lewisville, Salisbury, and Lexington, North Carolina.