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Neuropathy?

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Are You Suffering from ANY of these Symptoms:


  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Stabbing or Burning Pain
  • Feeling Sensations of Pins and Needles
  • Loss of Balance
  • Loss of Feeling Hot or Cold
  • Nerve Pain
  • Chronic Cancer Pain

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The most common treatment method doctors recommend for neuropathy is prescription drugs. Many of our patients have complained about not finding relief from their condition with the endless use of prescription drugs. However, at NexGen Healthcare LLC we believe that treating the underlying cause of neuropathy will produce lasting results instead of merely masking the symptoms with medication.

NexGen Healthcare LLC is proud to offer an advanced therapy program called Blueprint to Neuropathy. Our Blueprint to Neuropathy Program helps to reduce or eliminate neuropathic pain and symptoms— So, you can enjoy life again.

Neuropathy Disorders We May Help

Peripheral neuropathy is the result of sustained nerve damage. But there is hope, as long as the nerves have not sustained more than 85% damage.

Diabetic
Neuropathy

Diabetic Neuropathy is a group of nerve disorders that are directly caused by diabetes. Although symptoms will vary between patients, the most common symptoms are; sharp pain and numbness in feet, legs, hands, and arms, dizziness and weakness from a drop in blood pressure, and the loss of balance and coordination.

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, is a combination of symptoms affecting limbs, including burning or stabbing pain, tenderness, and swelling; discolored, shiny, or thin-looking skin with increased sensitivity to the area; and abnormal sweating patterns, increased nail and hair growth patterns, stiff joints, and coordination issues.

Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy is a peripheral neuropathy caused by the drugs and chemotherapy used to treat cancer damaging peripheral nerves. The symptoms of this condition depend on what peripheral nerves have damage. Typical symptoms include; tingling, numbness, vertigo, limited extremity usage, muscle weakness, sensitivity to cold and heat, blood pressure changes, and irregular urination patterns.

Post-Surgical Neuropathic Pain

Post-surgical neuropathic pain is nerve pain that develops from inflammation of the nerves caused by trauma during surgery. Symptoms may include; tingling or numbness, pins and needles sensations, weakness, and sharp or unsettling pain in the area where surgery occurred. If left untreated, the nerve pain may extend to other parts of the body and cause additional pain.

Brachial Plexus Neuropathy

Brachial Plexus Neuropathy happens when there is an injury near the network of nerves that extend from the spine to the shoulders, arms, and hands. Symptoms can include; pain, lack of movement, and decreased sensation in the shoulders and arms. In most cases, symptoms are only present on the side of the body that sustained the injury.

Post-Herpetic
Neuralgia

Post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN) is a condition that arises from complications of the shingles virus damaging the nervous system. The shingles virus itself will show up as blistering or rashes that emit a burning feeling. PHN symptoms can include; sharp, burning, throbbing, or stabbing pain, very itchy skin, sensitivity to temperature, or even numbness.

Our Program Therapies

Our program involves at-home and in-office therapies that have proven been effective for relieving neuropathic symptoms and conditions.

Suffering From Numbness & Tingling?

Find relief from your neuropathy with NexGen Healthcare LLC's Blueprint to Neuropathy Program.

Essential Blueprint to Neuropathy Protocols

Numerous patients join our Blueprint to Neuropathy Program as a final a tempt to find relief from peripheral neuropathy and the symptoms associated with it. Our program is unique because it incorporates pain relief therapy devices used at home by patients, balance and stabilizing therapies provided in the office by our physicians, and medically guided nutritional therapy.

At-Home Care

Qualified patients will receive an Electrical Stimulation Therapy and an Infrared Light Therapy device to manage pain as needed in the comfort of their own home. Pain management with these devices will enable the patient to reduce and even stop their medication usage.

In-Office Care

Patients will participate in weekly office visits so we may continue to track the progress of the at-home care and nerve re-education. On these visits, patients will also receive additional neuropathy protocols to help regain lost balance and coordination.

Nutrition Guidance

Patients will receive our comprehensive Nutritional Therapy to help manage blood sugar regulation, inflammation, and cellular health. We will also focus on cardiovascular detoxication and boosting Nitric Oxide for increased blood flow during this process.

Positive Outcomes

Many patients who have followed our program and its protocols have gotten their chronic condition that caused the neuropathy under control, reduced or eliminated their medication usage, and vastly improved nerve damage and its effects.

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Feeling Stabbing or Burning Pains?

The Blueprint to Neuropathy Program at NexGen Healthcare LLC can help relieve your condition. Call us to learn more.


Patient Success Stories

We have helped many patients improve their neuropathy and chronic conditions, see what patients are saying about us!

Jack R's 5 star facebook review for severe shoulder pain gone after treatment

I was suffering from severe shoulder pain when I went to see Dr. Bourgeois. He performed NexGenix therapy and acoustic compression therapy on me. My shoulder pain was completely gone within two days of the treatments and has not returned since. Plus the whole staff is very friendly, caring, and professional. I would highly recommend this place and what they have to offer to anyone.

Jack R
Gulfport, Mississippi
Garland's 5 star review for best chiropractor clinic on Gulfport, MS

“3 years ago got into an accident and havn’t been able to raise my arm above my shoulders. In 5 mins Dr B was able to get my arms to almost touch… I couln’t belive it.”

Garland
Gulfport, Mississippi
Laura D's 5 star facebook review for severe neck, shoulder and back pain best treatment by NexGen Healthcare LLC

I suffer from severe neck, shoulder and back pain due to a number of bad falls & love for adventure horseback riding, atv accident, now 3 car accidents etc) all within the last 3 years. This is not a easy issue, as the pain keeps me up at night, restricts motion of the whole left side of my body and then creates headaches due to inactivity. I see Dr.B every time I have an issue! They always see me in a timely manner and address the issue leaving me pain free! I highly recommend them.

Laura D.
Gulfport, Mississippi

*Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.

Experiencing A Loss in Balance?

We may be able to help you regain your lost balance and coordination with our Blueprint to Neuropathy Program.

Meet Our Team

Our dedicated team of specialists are here to help you improve your Peripheral Neuropathy.

Dr. Lawrence Bourgeois at NexGen Healthcare LLC in Gulfport
Dr. Lawrence Bourgeois
Chiropractic Physician
Dr. Robert K. Ozon, MD at NexGen Healthcare LLC in Gulfport
Dr. Robert K. Ozon, MD
Neurologist

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? Read our FAQs to find the answers.

What Is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy involves an array of disorders, which occur when the nervous system experiences damage. Many refer to this condition as peripheral neuropathy, and it tends to be a result of damage to nerve axons. Neuropathy tends to cause pain and numbness in the hands and feet. It can be the result of traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic conditions, and exposure to toxins. One of the most widespread causes of neuropathy is diabetes.
What Causes Neuropathy?
Roughly 30% of neuropathy cases are considered idiopathic, which means they are of unknown cause. Another 30% of neuropathies are due to diabetes. About 50% of people with diabetes develop some neuropathy. The remaining cases called acquired neuropathies, have several possible causes, including trauma, nutritional deficiency, alcoholism, autoimmune diseases, poison exposure, and inherited disorders.
Are There Different Types Of Neuropathy?
Each different type of neuropathy has its own set of symptoms and prognosis. Doctors often separate them based on various categories: autonomic, peripheral, proximal, and focal neuropathy. Each one affects a different set of nerves, and the body reacts to them in different ways. At NexGen Healthcare LLC, we treat Peripheral Neuropathy, a disorder that rises when nerves become damaged in the toes, fingers, hands, limbs, or feet.
What Are The Common Symptoms Of Neuropathy?
The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy differ based on the type you have and what part of the body is affected. Symptoms can vary from tingling in a specific body part to more severe ones like burning pain or paralysis. Other symptoms include, muscle weakness, cramps, muscle spasms, numbness in body parts, sleep disruptions, loss of balance, and loss of bladder control.
How Is Neuropathy Diagnosed?
The symptoms and body parts affected by neuropathy vary, making it hard to diagnose for some patients. If your pain results from nerve damage, your doctor will need to know your medical history and do neurological tests to help determine the location and extent of your nerve damage. These may include:
  • Blood tests
  • Spinal fluid tests
  • Muscle strength tests
  • CT scan
  • MRI scan
  • Nerve and skin biopsy
What Does Successful Nerve Recovery Involve?
Nerve recovery involves constant attention, a proper amount of oxygen, balance blood sugar levels, and sufficient vitamins and nutrients to help stimulate recovery. Aside from helping alleviate peripheral neuropathy, this is also part of living a healthy life. Our program is specifically designed to give each body part the proper amount attention it needs in order to create a healthy environment for recovery. If you give your body a chance to heal, it will, but you have to be willing to try.

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