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Lacey NJ Neuropathy Treatment

Our Lacey Township / Forked River Neuropathy Treatment Provides Relief to Patients Who Think They’ve Tried it All

Lacey Township, NJ: If you suffer from numbness, tingling, burning pain, cramping, sharp or electric pain, pins and needles, difficulty walking, or trouble sleeping from discomfort, you may have peripheral neuropathy. To schedule a free initial consult for our Forked River neuropathy treatment to see what the doctors in our Lacey office can do for you, call 732-345-1377 or fill out this form.

Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment in Lacey NJ: Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation

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Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation
747 Lacey Rd
Forked River, NJ 08731

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Ocean County, NJ residents can now seek relief from peripheral neuropathy. Many of the neuropathy patients at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation have suffered for years with no answers and no relief. Then when they are introduced to our effective, non-invasive and drug-free neuropathy treatment, they finally have hope again.

Neuropathy is a condition that develops as a result of damage to the peripheral nervous system — the vast communications network that transmits information between the brain and spinal cord with every other part of the body. Neuropathy means nerve disease or damage. There are more than 100 types of neuropathies.  Neuropathy can be caused by diabetes, spinal problems, hereditary disorders, inflammation, medications such as cholesterol lowering (statin) drugs and many more. Peripheral nerves send sensory information back to the brain and spinal cord, such as a message that the feet are cold. Peripheral nerves also carry signals from the brain and spinal cord to the muscles to generate movement. Damage to the peripheral nervous system interferes with these vital connections. Like static on a telephone line, peripheral neuropathy distorts and sometimes interrupts messages between the brain and spinal cord and the rest of the body.


What is our Treatment for Neuropathy in Forked River/Lacey Township?

The key to neuropathy treatment at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation is stimulation of the nerve cells. Our practitioners use various technologies to achieve this. First, they eliminate any nerve forked river neuropathypressure or pinched nerves. Power Plate technology is used to stimulate the body’s reflexes. Vibrations are sent through the body to increase blood flow and nutrient circulation to damaged nerve cells, which accelerates healing.

Furthermore, Class IV laser therapy introduces enhanced healing on a cellular level. The painless near-infrared laser provides energy to the cells to draw blood, water, and nutrients to the specific damaged area which begins to heal the nerve.

Our doctors may also advise you to take all natural nutritional supplements, which we carry in our office, to support nerve health, in addition to cutting back on smoking and alcohol intake.


Say Goodbye to Pain, Numbness and Tingling – Effective Neuropathy Treatment in Lacey Township, NJ

If you’ve been suffering from neuropathy, you know how unbearable the pain, tingling, numbness, and inability to sleep at night can be. Our Lacey, NJ doctors are here to help you find relief. We would love to invite you in for a free consult in our Lacey office. Please call 732-345-1377 or fill out the form above to request an appointment.

See what our patients have to say about our safe and effective neuropathy treatment:

I was very please with the treatment. I can’t believe I can sleep at night without the terrible feet pain and numbness, something I couldn’t do for a long time. I can walk and dance, I use to use a cane. I now have hope. I take this moment to thank you and your staff for the good help you are giving to your patients. Thank you so much.
Anne C.

In the beginning I was skeptical of the treatments because I have tried many things over the last nine years and nothing has worked. I was thrilled that after the first day my feet were no longer cold. I am now able to sleep without socks, which I haven’t been able to do in 8 years. The pain is also getting progressively less. I am able to be on my feet for longer periods of time. This helps me to get more exercise and generally feel better. My family tells me I am more upbeat and fun to be around.
Dennis R.

I saw the article and said, “Why not give it a try?” I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy in my feet and told there was nothing that could be done just medication. 
I was trying to live with it. It is such a relief that I can sleep at night. There were times I could not fall asleep for days. I felt relief by the second week. I am looking forward to working again.
Kathleen M.


Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation
Lacey Office
747 Lacey Rd
Forked River, NJ 08731