Neuragenex Nfpm Treatment For Pinched Nerve Pain in Phoenix, Arizona

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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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Effectively Manage Nerve Pain Today

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management provides a breakthrough approach to managing nerve pain. However, our protocols go beyond just alleviating pain, and we’re committed to reducing the ever-growing dependency on pain medications and minimizing their potential side effects.

Additionally, our techniques can help enhance muscle function, address imbalances, and refine coordination. Ultimately, this approach aims to re-establish functional mobility that may have been affected by damaged nerves.

The Neuragenex NFPM approach is designed to provide long-lasting results that extend well after your physical treatments have been completed. We strive to magnify the quality of life for our patients, making positive changes that benefit them now and for many years to come.

Here is a list of some of the key benefits of the Neuragenex NFPM protocol for managing pain from pinched nerves.

  • Experiencing localized or radiating pain along the affected area
  • Losing sensitivity and coordination
  • Feeling of discomfort during daily activities
  • Having difficulty moving around
  • Having disrupted sleep due to pain
  • Reducing reliance on pain medication
  • Restoring sensations and improving coordination
  • Regaining muscle strength and functionality
  • Enhancing overall mobility
  • Improving quality of life

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What Is A Pinched Nerve And Where Does It Usually Occur?

Nerves are important structures that transmit sensations, motor function signals, and instructions for the autonomic system. A pinched nerve is something many people encounter that occurs when a nerve is impacted by increased pressure.

This pressure can be due to swelling, damaged tissues, or misalignment of joints and bones. Pinched nerves can manifest throughout various parts of the body, impacting how you feel and move.

The headings below will go into more detail on three specific areas commonly affected by pinched nerves, making it easier to understand.

Neck (Cervical)

A pinched nerve in the neck, also known as the cervical region, can be caused by various factors or health conditions. One of the most common causes is when a nerve becomes compressed from a herniated spinal disc or bone spur in the neck.

Other causes might include inflammation or swelling around the nerve, sustained poor posture, repetitive movements, or sudden twisting or whip-lash of the neck.

When a nerve of the neck becomes pinched, it can lead to pain, numbness, and tingling sensations throughout the neck, shoulders, face, arms, and even the fingertips.

Lower Back (Lumbar)

The lower back, or lumbar, is another common place for individuals to experience a pinched nerve. Herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or bone spurs are just a few of the many conditions that can impact the lumbar spine’s structure and cause nerves in this area to become compressed.

Additionally, chronic health conditions like arthritis or soft tissue injuries that lead to swelling or inflammation around the nerves can contribute to nerve compression. Things like poor posture, repetitive movements, or heavy lifting may also play a role.

Once a nerve in the lumbar area is pinched, it can cause intense localized pain that may extend into the legs, commonly known as sciatica. This can restrict a person’s normal mobility, making even the most basic tasks, such as getting out of bed or going to the bathroom, become a daily challenge.

Wrists (Carpal)

Carpal tunnel syndrome is another very common condition. It occurs when the median nerve within the wrist becomes compressed. It’s typically caused by repetitive hand and wrist movements, underlying medical conditions like arthritis, or traumatic injuries.

The pressure that’s being placed on the medial nerve often stems from inflammation or swelling of the tendons within the carpal tunnel, narrowing the wrist’s passageway. Symptoms of carpal tunnel include numbness and tingling, pain with movement, affected hand coordination, and reduced strength, all making daily tasks more challenging than usual.

Feet (Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome)

Tarsal tunnel syndrome represents a specific form of pinched nerve that occurs in the foot. It is similar to carpal tunnel syndrome but affects the tarsal tunnel, a narrow space on the inside of the ankle next to the ankle bones. This condition arises when the posterior tibial nerve, which runs through the tarsal tunnel, is compressed or squeezed.

Now that we’ve covered what a pinched nerve is and where it commonly occurs, in the next section, we’ll explore why it can be so painful.

What Causes The Pain From A Pinched Nerve?

When a nerve becomes pinched, it loses its ability to function normally, and while pain is usually the first indication something is wrong, the specific symptoms of a pinched nerve will depend on where the compression is and what underlying process is causing the compression.

The headings below explore what occurs when a pinched nerve’s normal functions become impacted, shedding light on the underlying processes that contribute to the painful symptoms you might be experiencing.

Reduced Blood Flow

When any nerve is compressed, or “pinched,” it often experiences a significant reduction in blood flow as the surrounding blood vessels can also be compressed. This leads to a reduction in the vital supply of oxygen and nutrients to the nerve and its surrounding tissues.

This decreased blood flow leads to the nerve not receiving the essential elements needed for normal functioning. As a result, the nerve can start misfiring, causing painful tingling and numbness sensations.

In severe cases, the misfiring nerve may struggle to send crucial messages for mobility and muscle contraction, causing pain during movement or a reduction in muscle strength and tone.


It is well known that inflammation can kickstart and sustain persistent nerve pain. When your body responds to inflammation, it releases certain chemicals (cytokines, chemokines, and lipid mediators), and these chemicals can activate your nerve’s pain receptors, making them more sensitive and causing sensations of pain and discomfort.

In cases of chronic inflammation over a long period of time, these changes can lead to persistent uncomfortable sensations, otherwise known as neuropathic pain.

Put simply, it is like your nerves are receiving mixed messages and are being activated by more stimuli than they would normally be receiving. This then results in long-lasting discomfort that we want to address so as to improve the quality of life of people struggling with neuropathic pain.

Interruption Of Nerve Signals

Another reason for painful symptoms caused by pinched nerves is the interruption of nerve signals. When a nerve becomes compressed, it messes with its normal responsibility for feeling things. This can cause symptoms right at the site of compression, or symptoms might appear somewhere else along the nerve’s communication pathway, like a ripple effect. This is associated with sharp, electrical pain referred to as neuralgia

Many people understand this through sciatic nerve pain. The sciatic nerve becomes compressed in the lower back with some pain and numbness occurring here, but pain may also shoot down into the leg along the normal nerve pathway.

If a pinched nerve impacts its ability to control movement, it might make everyday activities tricky. For example, things like forming a tight fist can become difficult for individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. The nerve’s compression acts as a blocker of the normal communication between your muscles and brain.

We recognize the many complexities of a pinched nerve, wherever it may arise. In the next section, we will discuss how the techniques we provide tackle chronic nerve pain to help improve the quality of your life.

The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol For Managing Pinched Nerve Pain

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

It combines three different therapeutic modalities, each targeting specific aspects of nerve pain and recovery. Additionally, this approach can be specifically tailored to address the individual needs of patients experiencing various types of pinched nerves.

Most importantly, the comprehensive Neuragenex NFPM approach is proudly non-pharmaceutical, non-chiropractic, and non-surgical, incorporating the following therapies:


Electroanalgesia is an innovative therapy that utilizes high-frequency electronic waves to reach deep into your tissues, targeting the muscles and nerves. Also known as nerve stimulation therapy, this non-invasive approach is a powerful Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management technique. It works by stimulating nerves and addressing the root causes of nerve pain at a cellular level.

Through promoting nerve regeneration and diminishing pain signals, electroanalgesia aims to reduce discomfort and inflammation while improving muscle function and easing the impact of pinched nerves. It also triggers the release of your brain’s natural endorphins and neuropeptides, fostering a sense of calm, well-being, and rejuvenation.

Patients have experienced remarkable results from electroanalgesia, finding relief from nerve pain and regaining mobility, ultimately enhancing their quality of life.

IV Therapy

Intravenous (IV) therapy is another crucial element of the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocol. It helps to reintroduce essential vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and amino acids directly into the bloodstream.

We thoroughly analyze each patient’s bloodwork to customize IV therapy programs, ultimately providing you with targeted nourishment specific to your individual needs. This approach aims to address deficiencies, improve hydration, and reduce inflammation in order to enhance the body’s natural healing processes and support healthy nerve function.  

IV therapy works synergistically with electroanalgesia, combining essential IV ingredients with improved blood flow and nerve activation. This collaboration aims to provide lasting relief from persistent pain caused by pinched nerves.

Lifestyle Counseling

We recognize that everyone’s experiences of pain are unique. This is why our dedicated team of professionals is proud to offer personalized lifestyle counseling.

Our comprehensive care involves personalized guidance through a range of tools, resources, and techniques related to diet, exercise, and stress management. This tailored approach specifically addresses the unique needs of each individual, empowering them to manage painful symptoms and optimize their overall health and well-being. 

Through customized lifestyle modifications, patients can effectively support optimal nerve function and reduce the impact of pinched nerves. This whole-person approach recognizes that sometimes nerve pain is not an isolated issue but can affect multiple aspects of a person’s life.

How To Get Started With The Treatment

Sometimes, minor cases of pinched nerves can sort themselves out within a few weeks. But for more complex or persistent issues, it’s not uncommon for symptoms to come and go regularly.

People often try conventional treatments, like nerve pain medications, which can provide some relief. Yet, more and more individuals are exploring options that don’t rely on pain medications and that may bring potential long-term side effects.

We are excited to offer alternative pain management solutions. Many of our patients have enjoyed lasting relief from chronic nerve pain, extending well beyond their treatment sessions.

Starting your journey with Neuragenex NFPM is easy. Reach out to us today to set up a consultation. Our experienced team will walk you through everything, making sure we tailor our approach to your specific needs and concerns.

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We’ve witnessed transformative outcomes for individuals managing pinched nerve pain. You, too, can join the growing community of people who have found relief and reclaimed comfort and mobility with Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management.

Neuragenex NFPM provides hope for individuals dealing with pinched nerve pain, offering alternative treatments to medications or surgeries. Our specialized Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocol aims to not just manage the painful symptoms of a pinched nerve but also to improve your overall well-being.

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