Chronic Pain

Are you losing out on time with your friends and family because of chronic pain? Do you feel like you’re all alone with no help in sight?

Do you wish your pain could be controlled so that you could spend more time doing the things that you love? At Neuropathy and Pain Solutions, we can help you overcome your chronic pain, so that you can get back to living your life.

Conditions We Treat

Our medical team has experience helping patients with a number of conditions. We understand that each patient is unique, and they require a customized treatment plan. The conditions listed below are only a few examples of the issues our staff regularly treats:


The medical team at Neuropathy and Pain Solutions will perform a physical exam that includes a careful review of your symptoms and diagnostic studies to identify the issue. Our medical team will then work with you to develop a customized treatment plan to address your symptoms and the underlying cause.

The treatment plan may include Electric Cell Signaling Treatment (EST), a non-surgical treatment, during which our medical team inject a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend to decrease inflammation and pain. Then, they apply carefully controlled electrical signals to the affected region which targets and helps soothe the damaged nerves. It’s essentially painless other than a slight pinch with the injection and takes just a few minutes to perform. EST has a high efficacy rate, providing significant relief for up to 87% of patients who undergo the therapy. This innovative treatment provides significant reduction of nerve symptoms for patients. This FDA cleared treatment could eliminate the need for pain medication as it restores your mobility and overall function. At Neuropathy and Pain Solutions, we want to work with your body to get to the source of the pain, not cover up the pain. Neuropathy and Pain Solutions accepts Medicare and most major insurances.

Our team may also recommend injections, physical therapy, ergonomic tools, and stretches.

Our medical team stays involved with patients’ overall diabetes or vascular condition management plan. For example, a member of the medical team may ask about blood sugar regulation.