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Harnessing Your Body's Energy to Promote Healing
Understanding the complex physics and chemistry of the body leads to more effective, sustainable pain relief.
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For people suffering from some form of chronic pain -- especially neuropathy (nerve damage that causes pain, weakness, numbness, or tingling), spine, and joint pain -- the ability to complete work responsibilities or have an active lifestyle can be severely compromised. Invasive surgery and/or the use of steroidal and pain management medications can have their own harmful side effects.

When asked what he thinks is most important in pain management treatment going forward, Robert H. Odell, MD, PhD, Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Neuropathy and Pain Centers of America, answers without hesitation: "Our practical working principle is to successfully treat patients without the need for surgery and without masking over their pain with medication. While some people can be quite stable on their prescribed medication, we want to go to the source of the problem and foster natural healing that sustains resolution of chronic pain."
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Dr. Odell, a Stanford University-trained interventional pain management physician with a PhD in biomedical engineering, says that a significant step in that direction has been developed and is in practice at his clinic. Beginning the process, Dr. Odell’s clinic in Las Vegas uses Neural-Scan™ neurodiagnostic testing, a noninvasive and painless procedure that tests the nerve pathways with small amounts of electrical current in several nerve points to determine the source of the pain.

Dr. Odell then utilizes energy-based medicine that works in accordance with the natural circuitry of the nervous system. "We see excellent results in a significant number of patients with peripheral neuropathy [80-85 percent success rate], neck, joint, and back pain using our Combined Electromechanical Treatment [CET]," says Dr. Odell.

CET uses two well-established procedures: a nerve block performed with a local anesthetic and Electronic Signal Treatment (EST) delivered by a sophisticated electroanalgesia device. The in-office procedure is a safe and cost-effective way to reawaken nerves, reduce inflammation that is causing pain, improve circulation, and stimulate healing.

"This is an elegant, energy-based, bioengineered technology designed to get the body back into balance and heal. For our patients, it means a return to the lifestyle they once enjoyed," emphasizes Dr. Odell.
Neuropathy and Pain Centers of America
8084 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89117
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