Welcome to the National Neuropathy Center!

Why We're Different

The National Neuropathy Center (NNC) continues its great tradition of being a different kind of medical clinic than all others.  For those seeking drugs to cover symptoms there are thousands of clinics to seek. By contrast there is only one National Neuropathy Center.

Our treatments and services are all designed to cure the cause of the issue or as close to it as possible.

NNC staff has standard medical training in standard medical schools but well above standard services.

Neuropathy affects 30 million Americans and has no cure.  The only available treatment are the drugs Gabapentin and Lyrica.  Neither of which have much effect nor address the cause.  NNC has performed tens of thousands of Cell Signaling treatments.  85% of these patients have improved by at least 50%.  NNC is using a technology called Cell Signaling.  Cell Signaling is a chemical / electro treatment which signals the mitochondria of each cell to produce normal energy for that cell and heal from the inside out. This technology has been under research and development since the 1980s but took decades of research to get FDA regulation and coverage by insurance.

The Insurance Industry allows for the treatment of the symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy (ie. pain, numbness, tingling, pins & needles and loss of function).  This is what we treat.  The Insurance Industry does not, however, allow for the treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy itself as a cure.

Our other services are designed to address other underlying causes of neuropathy and symptoms which come about from Neuropathy.

For instance many people with neuropathy develop flat feet, plantar fasciitis, knee pain and or low back pain.  NNC address these concerns as well as the numbness, burning, tingling and other symptoms in your arms or legs.

Give us a call today to schedule a free consultation at one of our two locations.

“The Only Thing You Have To Lose Is Your Pain”

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Free Consult and Covered by Insurance

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  • Peripheral Neuropathy and Chronic Pain
  • Peripheral Neuropathy Due to METFORMIN usage
  • Degenerative joints of Knees, Hips, Shoulders, Spinal Discs
  • Torn meniscus, Labrums, Ligaments
  • Excessive Scar Tissue build-up (Trigger Points)
  • Degenerative Discs and Chronic Inflammation of nerves.
  • Sports Related Injuries
  • Headaches / Neck and Back Pain
  • Pain related to Carpal Tunnel or Tarsal Tunnel
  • Foot Ankle / Running Pain issues – Plantar Fasciitis, Shin Splints, Knee Pain
  • Shoulder / Rotator Cuff Pain, Tears