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Relief from Neuropathy and Chronic Pain

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Peripheral neuropathy, or pain in the extremities caused by nerve damage, can make regular life activities difficult or impossible. Many of our new patients at Atlantic Integrative Medicine believe that foot pain, hand pain and pain in other areas that is caused by nerve damage is irreversible. Others believe that it can only be addressed through expensive surgical procedures with long recovery times and potentially dangerous side effects.


At Atlantic Integrative Medicine, we have restored the quality of life for many of our patients in Norfolk, Virginia Beach and surrounding areas through Electrical Cell Signaling. We want to help you determine if this FDA-approved treatment is suitable for you.

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The Impact of Peripheral Neuropathy on Your Life

Peripheral neuropathy can feel like numbness or tingling in the hands, feet and other areas. Weakness, a burning sensation and other symptoms are also common. These issues may be constant or recurring, and they may be minor or severe. Regardless of how your peripheral-neuropahty symptoms are presenting, they can impact all aspects of your life. Everything from sleeping and relaxing to spending time at work, with family and more can be unbearable.

The Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetes is one of the most common causes of peripheral-neuropahty symptoms. However, fibromyalgia, arthritis and many other conditions could also cause pain in the extremities. Neuropathy is the result of damaged nerve cells. The cells no longer communicate properly, and the result is the discomfort that you feel. This could be from an injury, an inherited condition or a condition caused by other events or circumstances. Prescription pain relievers offer short-term relief that masks the pain. They are often associated with addiction, so you understandably may want to limit your use of these drugs. Surgery is not always effective, and it comes with incredible cost and serious potential side effects regardless of whether it works or not. There is another treatment option available, and we are available to tell you more about Electrical Cell Signaling when you reach out to us soon.

What's It About?

Electrical Cell Signaling treats chronic and acute, drug-resistant and intractable (long-term) pain. This system provides specific-parameter signaling for muscle strengthening, efficacious neuromuscular reeducation, and muscle spasm activity relaxation.

It works on pain through a method called electric cell signaling (EST). The EST treatments work to reestablish normal cellular healing. It provides pain relief due to:

  • Ligand/hormone activity imitation

  • pH normalization

  • Improved membrane permeability

  • Trophic improvement

  • Activation of Regeneration — cAMP (Cell repair and normalization)

  • Immune system support (Gap Junction) through enhanced communication cell-to-cell


It is the only EST device published in multiple medical journals and used in clinical research proving the ability to heal tissue and regenerate nerves.

Electrical Cell Signaling is an FDA Cleared & Insurance Accepted Treatment for:

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Reduce Joint Pain/Degeneraion & Chronic Pain Without Drugs or Surgery


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Top 4 Benefits of Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment Using Electrical Cell Signaling

Schedule a Consultation Today

At Atlantic Integrative Medicine, we are passionate about helping our patients in Chesapeake, Norfolk and surrounding areas live their best life. Whether your peripheral neuropathy is caused by diabetes or other conditions, now is the time to act. Through an in-office consultation, you can get answers to your questions and may learn if Electrical Cell Signaling is a reasonable treatment option for you. Schedule your appointment our team today.

Atlantic Integrative Medicine - Top Rated Neuropathy specialist, foot pain, knee pain, nerve pain, pain clinic - Chesapeake and Norfolk 

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