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Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment - Wenatchee, Washington

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  • Peripheral Neuropathy in Hands and Feet
  • Constant Pain
  • Fear of Falling
  • Numbness
  • Burning/Tingling
  • Leg or Foot Pain
  • Restless Legs
  • Problems Sleeping
  • Leg Cramping
  • Balance Problems





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Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Relief Via Infrared Light Therapy Treatments.

Contact the Back in Action of Wenatchee today to find out more about our drug-free non-invasive completely painless neuropathy pain relief protocol, clinically proven to significantly reduce or eliminate severe neuropathy pain and inflammation. This treatment has no known side effects and an excellent success rate.

Provides relief of persistent neuropathy symptoms such as:

  • Throbbing
  • Burning or freezing
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Prickling
  • Shooting sensations

This treatment may allow you to stop taking prescription neuropathy pain medications that often result in numerous ill side effects.

Some patients report neuropathy pain eliminated or reduced after just one treatment.

Why laser therapy works

  • Not a temporary solution (symptoms do not reappear following treatment, like with drugs, supplements or vitamins)
  • Helps treat the nerves and grow new small-fiber nerves, rather than just treating symptoms
  • Stimulates the body to react and heal more effectively

Call the Back in Action of Wenatchee today for a treatment and doctor evaluation.

We are one of 280 clinics nationwide that specialize in this proven peripheral neuropathy protocol, and are a provider of this treatment in the greater Wenatchee area.

How Infrared Light Therapy Works
It treats the nerves, stimulating nerve function, the root cause of neuropathy pain.
Traditional treatments only treat the symptoms:

  • Neurologists prescribe drugs to treat the symptoms of the nerves, then they may send you to a physical therapist.
  • Physical Therapists treat the muscles and the joints but not the nerves.
  • Chiropractors correct spinal problems that may be putting pressure on the nerves but are still not treating the actual nerves.

Infrared Light Therapy's soothing, deep penetrating photonic energy reduces pain and inflammation. Each painless treatment draws water, oxygen and nutrients to the damaged area, creating an optimal healing environment. Laser therapy offers the best in pain relief and expedited healing times. The best thing about this type of therapy, besides the fact that it is non-invasive, drug free and painless, is that there are no known side effects and it has a great success rate.

Research has shown that laser therapies produce faster and more effective results than other modalities. There have been over 2500 medical research papers published about laser therapy and its accelerated healing and pain relief. The laser provides deeper penetration allowing for faster treatments.


Serious back and neck pain in the form of sciatica, herniated disc, bulging disc, or spinal stenosis can be treated using non surgical spinal decompression. Learn more about this safe and easy back pain treatment offered by NCW Spinal Relief by reading about our chiropractic services; check out the spinal decompression reviews from our satisfied clients; read questions and answers about spinal decompression; do your own spinal decompression research; visit the spinal decompression education center; and read NCW Spinal Relief spinal decompression blog.

NCW Spinal Relief is located in Wenatchee, Washington and is proud to treat residents in Wenatchee suffering from back and neck pain; including everyone in for conditions ranging from herniated disc to sciatica to spinal stenosis.