Studies and Case Histories
- *NEW-Updated, with references*A Study of 551 Patients
551 patients diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, suffering from the related pain and/or numbness, and a reduced quality of life were retrospectively studied for outcomes resulting from the use of the ReBuilder Neuropathy Treatment System, a unique electrical nerve/muscle stimulator. These subjects were all initially unresponsive to their physician's prior treatments and unsatisfied with their results prior to this study. See the study as published in The Journal of American College of Physical Medicine
- Oncology Rehabilitation - Treatment for CIPN
124 Patients, actively undergoing chemotherapy treatments at a leading American Cancer Treatment Center, were treated with the ReBuilder to relieve their chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) pain.
- Treatment of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy with the ReBuilder Electronic Neuromuscular Stimulator
Six patients with diagnosed neuropathic pain due to type 2 diabetes were given a novel electronic stimulator and treated themselves once daily for 30 minutes. Patient compliance was very high and all six patients reported significant relief from neuropathic pain.
by James Arnold, DPM
- Beating Peripheral Neuropathy
What follows are synopses of case studies. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time a comprehensive outpatient drug free treatment for peripheral neuropathy has been so effective.
by John P Hayes Jr., DC MS DABCO