Neuragenex Treatment For Central Pain Syndrome (Cps) in Fort McDowell, Arizona

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Neuragenex NFPM - At Home

$350.00 - $2,000.00

Note: Currently the Neuragenex NFPM at Home Program is only available in the Phoenix Valley in Arizona. Please check here to see when your state will be added, and join the waiting list! Taking the time tested and highly effective treatment modality of Neurofunctional Pain management, combined with the convenience of in home care. This program lasts for six weeks, with two visits per week from a mobile technician who will administer your Neuragenex NFPM treatment right from the comfort of your own home!

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Individuals with CPS will experience constant daily struggles, including severe pain, restricted movement, and psychological concerns, making each day an ongoing battle. As there is currently no cure, effective treatments revolve around managing individual symptoms and improving the quality of life and well-being of patients.

The continuous pain and significant inflammation associated with CPS are what make simple daily movements difficult and reduce an individual’s normal levels of activity. The Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management approach targets pain and inflammation at the cellular level, going beyond pain relief to improve physical function and mobility. 

Many patients who have undergone the Neuragenex NFPM protocol report having noticed drastic improvements in their ability to move without pain and other neuropathic disturbances, allowing them to become more active and enjoy some of their favorite activities again. 

Additionally, due to the complexity of CPS, some individuals revert to and rely on many heavy medications, which can result in a range of nasty side effects. Our innovative therapies are designed to provide relief without the need for pain medications or invasive procedures. 

We hope to minimize any potential pharmaceutical side effects and dependencies, prioritizing your overall well-being. 

We understand that living with chronic pain can also take a large toll on people’s mental health and well-being. Our whole-person approach addresses not only the physical aspects of CPS but also works to enhance mental health and reduce the cognitive stressors of dealing with daily challenges. 

Our team of supportive professionals strives to provide a comprehensive approach to pain management and magnify the quality of life for those facing the challenges of CPS.

The advantages of undergoing Neuragenex NFPM protocols for people with CPS are outlined in the table below.

  • Intense burning or stabbing sensations
  • Increasing sensitivity to temperature, touch, and pressure
  • Triggering pain from non-painful stimuli
  • Limiting ability to engage in daily activities
  • Experiencing anxiety, pain, and depression
  • Reducing pain and sensory disturbances
  • Regaining physical function and mobility
  • Being independent from pain medication
  • Enhancing overall functioning
  • Improving overall mental health

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What Is Central Pain Syndrome?

CPS is a chronic neurological disorder that displays ongoing, intense pain and discomfort due to dysfunction or damage to the central nervous system.

It can generate feelings of all-over body pains, often described as burning or stabbing sensations that are persistently at moderate to severe levels. It can worsen with touch, movement, emotional challenges, and temperature changes.

CPS is a complex condition in that the painful symptoms are generated directly within the central nervous system, unlike conditions that result from issues of the peripheral nervous system, such as peripheral neuropathy.

Remember, the central nervous system includes the sensory pathways of the brain, brainstem, and spinal cord. This means CPS can develop due to damage and dysfunction in any of these areas, causing inappropriate pain signals to be generated within the brain or spinal cord.

It’s for this reason that CPS is linked to various neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis, as well as any central nervous system-related trauma, such as stroke or spinal injuries.

It is important to note that while CPS is primarily a condition of the central nervous system, it can also develop among advanced peripheral nerve conditions. You see, when acute pains become chronic, as is often the case in rheumatoid arthritis, they may develop into central pain, putting patients at risk of developing CPS.

Because pain nerves within the central nervous system are substantially stronger than peripheral nerves, CPS can lead to a considerably higher pain response if damaged.

However, the nature and intensity of CPS symptoms can vary and are largely impacted by its various underlying causes.

Although CPS may be less common than some other neurological disorders, it emphasizes the complexity of the human brain’s role and the delicate balance of pain management and perception between the central nervous system and PNS.

In the next section, we will discuss the various conditions and injuries that can disrupt the central nervous system and potentially lead to CPS development.

What Causes Central Pain Syndrome?

CPS can be caused by any condition that directly impacts the central nervous system. It’s important to identify the specific conditions that may increase the risk of developing CPS. We’ll discuss these conditions and their contributing factors in more detail in the headings below. 

Neurological Conditions

  • Post-stroke: A stroke causes direct injury to the brain, and CPS may develop as a result of the damaged central nervous system tissues and nerves. 
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS): In MS, the immune system attacks the protective covering of nerve fibers, called the myelin sheath. When the sensitive nerve fibers are no longer protected, this may lead to widespread damage throughout the central nervous system and potentially cause CPS.
  • Parkinson’s disease: Parkinson’s disease leads to the degeneration of specific brain regions. As a result, the brain’s normal sensory processing can be disrupted and manifest as abnormal pain signals, potentially contributing to the development of CPS.

Head Injury

When a head injury impacts specific areas of the brain, sensitive pain nerves may become damaged and affect the brain’s normal pain processing power. This is how traumatic brain injuries, such as those sustained from accidents, falls, or sporting incidents, can lead to CPS development.

Spinal Cord Injury

The spinal cord is like a large sensory highway. When any injury impacts this crucial central nervous system structure, CPS may occur as a result of dysfunctional nerve transmissions to the brain.

Infections Or Inflammatory Conditions

  • Encephalitis: This condition involves advanced inflammation of the brain caused by either serious infections or auto-immune responses. Encephalitis can have a significant impact on the central nervous system, impacting the body’s normal pain responses and leading to CPS.
  • Meningitis: Meningitis can be linked to CPS because of the significant inflammation it inflicts on the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord.

Vascular Issues Within The Central Nervous System

CPS can result from conditions that affect the blood vessels in the central nervous system. When the vascular system of the central nervous system is compromised, it impairs the normal blood flow and oxygen delivery to the brain and spinal cord.

Tumors Or Lesions Within The Brain Or Spinal Cord

When there is abnormal tissue growth within the brain or spinal cord, such as tumors or lesions, it can increase the risk of CPS. This is because they may interfere with the central nervous system’s normal sensory signaling pathways and blood circulation.

Idiopathic Central Pain Syndrome

In some cases, CPS may occur without a clear underlying cause, which is known as idiopathic CPS. It is often intricately linked with depression, presenting a complex and challenging situation for both patients and medical professionals. 

Idiopathic CPS will require comprehensive evaluations of medical, psychosocial, and psychiatric factors for effective management.

We recognize the many complexities of CPS and its intricate relationship with the central nervous system. In the next section, we will discuss how the techniques we provide tackle chronic pain to help improve your quality of life.

The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol In Managing Centralized Pain

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management is a pioneering approach that helps manage chronic pain by going beyond conventional pain management. 

It combines three different therapeutic modalities, each targeting specific aspects of pain management and recovery that can be tailored to address the individual needs of CPS patients. 

The comprehensive Neuragenex NFPM approach is proudly non-pharmaceutical, non-chiropractic, and non-surgical, incorporating the below therapies:

Electroanalgesia

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IV Therapy

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Lifestyle Counseling

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Prognosis And Long-Term Outlook

Several key factors influence the prognosis and long-term outlook for individuals dealing with CPS. These factors include the underlying cause of the condition, the patient’s age at diagnosis, gender, any coexisting medical conditions, and how quickly diagnosis and treatments are initiated. 

There is no doubt that CPS can significantly impact a person’s quality of life in multiple ways. It is seen to be associated with anxiety, depression, and even memory loss

Alongside the physical, emotional, and psychological challenges, the complex nature of CPS often leads to a long journey of trialing various multidisciplinary assessments, management strategies, and treatments. 

However, acting quickly, getting a prompt diagnosis, and receiving early treatment can have a substantial impact on the prognosis of CPS patients. It is seen that individuals who receive fast and comprehensive treatment tend to experience better health outcomes and improved quality of life. 

Neuragenex NFPM is dedicated to providing advanced therapies along with comprehensive support to those suffering from CPS with the hope of improving their quality of life and overall well-being. The Neuragenex NFPM treatment protocol offers a ray of hope, targeting the root causes of chronic pain and sensory disturbances.

It’s important to remember that early diagnosis and receiving the right treatment and effective support can make a substantial difference in the journey to managing CPS effectively. So, if either you or a loved one is dealing with CPS, know that we here to help you on your way to a better, more comfortable future by providing effective pain management solutions and support.

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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

These successes are a source of great pride for us. Hear directly from our patients about the life-changing impact of these treatments!

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