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Neuropathy

Relieve The Pain, Discomfort, Numbness, Tingling, and Burning In Your Hands & Feet.

We Now Accept Medicare for Neuropathy

We also accept PPO plans for most Major Health Insurance Carriers.

What Is the Tesla-Max?

This video is a short description of our amazing new electromedicine device, The Tesla-Max. We utilize this in combination with our other therapy protocols for neuropathy providing maximum results. 

What Is Neuropathy

Neuropathy is a disease or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves, typically causing numbness or weakness. Every nerve in your peripheral system has a specific function, so symptoms depend upon the type of nerves affected. Nerves are classified into three (3) types: 

  1. Sensory nerves that receive sensation, such as temperature, pain, vibration or touch, from the skin.

  2. Motor nerves that control muscle movement.

  3. Autonomic nerves that control functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, digestion and bladder.

Some signs and symptoms of neuropathy might include:

  • Gradual onset of numbness, prickling or tingling in your feet or hands, which can spread upward into your legs and arms.

  • Sharp, jabbing, throbbing or burning pain.

  • Extreme sensitivity to touch.

  • Pain during activities that shouldn't cause pain, such as pain in your feet when putting weight on them or when they're under a blanket.

  • Lack of coordination and falling.

  • Muscle weakness.

  • Feeling as if you are wearing gloves or socks when you're not.

  • Paralysis if motor nerves are affected. 

If autonomic nerves are affected you may experience symptoms that include intolerance to heat, excessive sweating or not able to sweat, digestive problems, and/or changes in blood pressure (lightheadedness or dizziness).

Our Success In Treating Neuropathy

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#1

Rated #1 Health & Wellness Clinic in Savannah.

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348

The number of successful neuropathy treatments performed by our Medical Director, Dr. Dekel M.D..

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50

Cumulative number of years experience in medicine within our practice.

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2

Number of Senaxes machines at our clinic used to treat neuropathy patients. 

Our Patient Testimonials

The Power of Sanexes & Tesla-Max

Utilizing Sanexes & Tesla-Max Technology, we are helping our patients to relieve the burning, itching, tingling, and numbness caused by peripheral neuropathy & other chronic pain symptoms. We are proud to be the only clinic in the greater Savannah area to offer this life changing therapy plan. We are proud to announce that we Accept MEDICARE for our Neuropathy Therapy, as well as ALL other Major Health Insurance Carriers.

Here is a short video explaining what neuropathy is, what can cause it, and how our Sanexes & Tesla-Max Technology, can help relieve the pain and discomfort associated with it. 

At our clinic in Pooler, GA, we are offering  a FREE consultation visit to all of our patients. This allows you to come in with no costs out of pocket and hear your options up front, with no hidden fees or charges. We look forward to helping you achieve your health & wellness goals, welcome to the Elite Family!

Our eBook On Electromedicine

Enter your email address to receive our FREE eBook on Neuropathy, Sanexes, and Electromedicine as a whole. This is a very comprehensive guide containing the history of electromedicine and our therapy options.

Get Our FREE eBook On Neuropathy & Electromedicine

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The Sanexes Technology has a long history of safety and effectiveness. No more pain medications and risk of addiction just to feel comfortable on your own two feet. This therapy is an advanced form of electric shock therapy, taking advantage of medical breakthroughs in the field, we can now pass the fruits of that success to you. 

Our clinic staff will guide you through the process as we begin to treat the root cause of your discomfort. All of our staff are very knowledgeable and really go that extra mile to ensure our patients have the best care possible. Come and experience the Elite difference at our Pooler location. 

Personalized Chronic Pain Therapy

The treatments normally used for Chronic Pain are as diverse as the causes. From over-the-counter and prescription medications to mind/body techniques, even acupuncture, there are a lot of approaches. When it comes to Chronic Pain, there is no-single solution guarantees to produce complete pain relief. One thing at Elite Medical Center is for certain, we do not prescribe opiates to numb the pain. The reason behind this decision is simple, we are here to actually practice medicinal healing, not cover up problems with band-aids such as opiates/painkillers. 

What most people do not understand is that numbing the pain, isn't helping to actually resolve the root cause of the discomfort, only mask it. Doing this can lead to even more health risks, injury, inflammation, or even opiate addiction issues.  

Chronic pain affects 50 million Americans, 20 million whom have high-impact chronic pain. Patients looking to explore a holistic route for pain management, you may be surprised to learn about all of the new discoveries in recent years. Luckily for you, here at Elite, we know them all!

In this next section (scrolling down), we will go over what exactly Chronic pain is, and more importantly, what we can do to help. 

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What is Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is defined as the prevalence of pain symptoms that persist over 12 weeks and can last for months, if not years. Most chronic pain symptoms are dull and achy of a mild to moderate intensity but can periodically become “flared up” with severe, debilitating pain. These symptoms can interfere with normal home, work, or recreational activities. Typically, chronic pain occurs when the body is unable to resolve the initial acute pain stage. The initial injury and pain may have been disregarded or incompletely treated with self-medication and home therapy, or been treated by a practitioner who did not recognize the danger signs of poor pain recovery.

Chronic pain can be related to the joints, muscles, or damaged nerves in the spine, trunk, head, and extremities. It is often associated with a “post-traumatic” neurological reaction, where the body’s warning system does not function properly. Instead, the brain overreacts by behaving as if the body is continually being reinjured, due to the fact that the injured tissues involved have physiologically changed and improperly adapted. To treat the “causes” of chronic pain one must address both the nature of the initial injury and the various ways the body’s healing recovery has gotten stuck.

What is Chronic Pain Management?

Chronic pain management differs from acute care in that the goal is to first identify the causes of the symptoms rather than simply cut off the pain sensation This can be done with a detailed history and physical exam and a functional motion assessment of the body. Once these physical, emotional, and nutritional factors are identified, we can treat the sources of the pain symptoms. Because chronic pain often affects multiple areas of the body, it can take some time to fully feel the effects of treatment. The key to recovery is to focus on improving the persons life quality by improving their activities of daily living, as the body re-adapts properly.

Another part of treating chronic pain is to educate the patient about the modifications of diet, emotional stress, sleep, and physical activity that must be made to allow for healing. Patients must participate in a home care plan to aid in recovery. During periodic reevaluation sessions, your physician will ask questions to help determine the severity of your pain and how it is limiting your daily functions, in order to update your long-term treatment plan. Each treatment session typically includes a review of changes in troubling symptoms, and a focused reevaluation of the injured areas as well as a treatment procedure to assist the body’s recovery of more normal function.

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Elite Patient Care

Our goal is to help the body heal itself, which usually, it is more than capable of doing. Unlike most medical facilities, we understand the patient is more than just a series of lab reports, increased revenue opportunities, and questionnaire forms. Treating the mind, body, and spirit altogether as one, we find to be the single most healthy, natural, and effective approach to managing Chronic Pain. 

We know the road to recovery is a long, hard road for most people. At Elite Medical Center you will receive a mix of several methods that will allow you to get your health back on track. Our medical professional create personalized treatment plans to suit your needs exactly. Chronic Pain does not have to continue to limit your life, decrease its quality, and drive you crazy. Do yourself a favor, pick up the phone, and give us a call, you will be glad you did.  

You can reach us during normal business hours from 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri, and every Sat. from 10am to 3pm. If you are looking for where we are located, just scroll down to the bottom of this page and you will see our Google Maps information below (cell phone users can just click the map for directions). We also have a 24 Hour Messaging Service, where you can speak with one of our highly trained medical professionals any time. We look forward to helping you achieve your health & wellness goals!