Dr. Trent Freeman, D.C.

Neuropathy and restless leg syndrome

Thank you for visiting the The Neuropathy Treatment Center of Tucson. We are the clinic that "TREATS THE NERVES." We treat peripheral neuropathy and Restless Leg Syndrome. What exactly are those you ask? It is nerve problems in the arms, hands, legs and feet.

You must be able to speak the language of the nerves to be able to treat them. The language of your car alarm is radio waves, that is why you can turn it on from inside your house. One of the languages of the nerve cell is light. If you want to treat the nerves you must be able to speak their language.
Who gets this peripheral neuropathy and Restless Leg Syndrome? You can get it from a variety of causes but there are some things that seem to go hand-in-hand with it.

  • Diabetes
  • Chemotherapy
  • People taking Cholesterol Drugs (STATINS)
  • Shingles
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Surgery
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
Research reports that over 1/3 of People over the age of 65 will have at least one fall each year. The care that you will receive has been prepared for each individual. You will feel confident and will be able to relax and enjoy our peaceful and safe environment. We invite you to browse the hundreds of pages of information contained within our website and learn about your journey to health and wellness! Your journey to renewed function of the nerves in your arms, hands, legs, and feet.

Remember; "We are the clinic that does one thing ... WE TREAT THE NERVES"

Have fun, enjoy, explore our site!

Yours in health,

Dr. Trent Freeman, D.C.
Chiropractor

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