What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is nerve damage in the feet, legs, hands or arms. It causes mobility problems, trouble sleeping and an overall diminished quality of life. The nervous system is extremely complex and because of this, neuropathy can affect everyone differently. For some, neuropathy can be characterized by nerve pain, numbness, tingling and even sometimes a burning sensation. It’s estimated that 25 to 30% of Americans will suffer with peripheral neuropathy at some point in their lives.
How We Can Help
Find out what sets us apart from the rest when it comes to Dr. Weller’s cutting edge treatment protocols for patients suffering from Neuropathy. Our Restore Neuropathy Protocol has helped over 15,000 patients right here in our Scottsdale office.
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy can help regenerate the damaged nerves and joints which can help restore function and improve your overall quality of life.
Our LED light therapy is designed specifically to help restore circulation to the feet and hands by prompting the body to pump more blood to these areas.
Trigger Point Injections
Using trigger point injections and therapeutic exercises, this treatment helps restore the connection between the nerves and the brain, relieving nerve pain and numbness
Stories of Hope and Healing
Hear from other people just like you who thought there were no other options for treating their nerve pain or numbness. Their stories of hope and healing thanks to Dr. Weller’s Restore Wellness Protocol have given them back their quality of life and may inspire you to take the next step towards a better life.
Million Americans Suffering from Neuropathy
Different Types of Neuropathy Have Been Identified to Date
Lean More About Neuropathy
Our treatment page and our frequently asked questions page are both full of information to help you understand neuropathy better and exactly how we can help give you back the quality of life you deserve.
Explore the Restore Wellness Protocol to treating Neuropathy that has helped over 15,000 patients so far right here in our Scottsdale office.
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about our treatment plans and what makes them different from the others who only treat the symptoms and not the source of the problem.