Specialized Neuropathy Treatment for Peripheral, Diabetic, Chemo- Induced & More!
The Experience You Need
No Doctor, no problem
If you believe you have neuropathy or are experiencing neuropathy symptoms, we may have the perfect solution for you. We offer treatment plans tailored to your needs. Our Comprehensive Neuropathy Treatment has a 98% success rate at reducing or eliminating symptoms. Visit one of our clinic locations for a free screening!
Don’t worry about seeing a Doctor first, we can help you get a script from your primary care physician or help you find a doctor in your network.
Neuropathy is a disease developed by nerve damage. It causes a variety of symptoms including burning and tingling in your hands and feet. Therefore, it is often difficult to stand, walk or hold things for long periods of time. Neuropathy is known create balance issues and lead to falls.
Is There A Cure For Neuropathy?
There has been no cure found for Neuropathy to date. However, there has been a lot of advances in how you can manage your symptoms. Most notably, with regular therapy, your Neuropathy symptoms can be reduced or eliminated.
How Long Does Treatment Last?
Neuropathy Treatment starts with 12 visits. After 12 visits, we decide whether continued treatment is necessary. However, most Neuropathy patients require some amount of maintenance therapy for continued health, strength, and endurance.
Come by one of our 14 physical therapy locations in Chicagoland or Northwest Indiana for more information. Experienced physical therapy professionals and top-rated PT doctors are ready to help you. Learn more about our Neuropathy program for your recovery!
Types Of Neuropathy
There are a number of types of Neuropathy. We can treat all of them! The most common are:
Small Fiber Neuropathy
Come in for an initial meeting with one of our therapists! From there, they’ll be able to understand your medical history and situation, gather information from your doctors, and come up with a plan for your Neuropathic care. As a result, the plan of care will map out our road to recovery with you in the coming weeks.