How is this treatment different than other pain clinics?
Neuropathy Center of Boulder County offers the neoGEN system of electric stimulation combined with local anesthetics for the relief of neuropathy pain. We do not just use anesthetics, our injections are a blend of various B vitamins that have been shown to at times assist with regrowth of nerve endings paired with a local anesthetic, studies were done showing with injections being done just once a week to show improvement to symptoms.
Other pain clinics use pain medicines, lasers, chiropractic, light therapy, and vibration therapy; all of these only treat the symptoms of pain, not necessarily overall wellness.
How do I know if I’m a good candidate?
We offer a consultation at no cost to you, to determine your eligibility for our treatment program. Fill out the form below or call our office at (720) 496-0400 to schedule your consultation and assessment.
What happens in the initial consultation?
In your first appointment, we’ll take a full medical history; test things like foot pressure and reflexes; determine if you have large or small nerve fiber damage. We’ll also give you an overview of the treatment program and answer any questions you may have. If the treatment is a fit for you, we will schedule your treatments.
What is the Cost of Neuropathy Treatment?
Neuropathy Center of Boulder County offers private pay options, as well as a service that you can contact for assistance with paying for the treatments.
How long does the treatment take?
Every patient is different and your treatment plan will be customized to your level of pain and extent of nerve damage. Sessions range from 22 minutes on our machine to 30 minutes. Patients can expect to be in our office no longer than 45 minutes to an hour. This is a twice-a-week program.
How quickly will I start to feel results?
Most patients experience the beginnings of pain relief after the first 8-9 sessions, but it’s important to keep in mind that every patient is unique. ALL of our patients report a reduction in pain on the pain scale, usually from 9 or 10 down to 1 or even 0.
Are there any medical studies for this treatment?
Yes. This treatment protocol has been the subject of multiple scientific research studies. 87% of patients experience a significant improvement in symptoms if not complete relief. Additionally, nerve biopsies performed on patients before and after treatment show healthy nerve regrowth. If you’d like to read more about the science behind neoGEN, CLICK HERE.
Are there any side effects?
Side effects associated with the injections had some patients report; bruising, redness, stinging sensations, and pain, muscle soreness, bleeding, and possible infections.