The Back Pain Center
Are you ready to END the pain, numbness and tingling in your hands or feet caused by Neuropathy?
Suffering from Shooting pain, Tingling, Pins and needles, Numbness, Freezing, Throbbing?
Sick and Tired of drugs  that are temporary, minimally effective, and can have serious side effects?
Been told By Your Doctor
there is nothing more we can do, you may just have to learn to live with it?
Finally, Help is on the way!
Let Our 5-step Neuropathy Protocol Give You Your Live Back

Research Studies and Findings

A Study of 551 Patients

551 patients diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, suffering from its symptoms 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.

New Treatment of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy symptoms with Electronic Neuromuscular Stimulator

"Pain levels were reduced in all 6 patients. Original pain levels ranged form 5 to 10. The average reduction on the pain scale was three levels after a two-weeks and five levels by the end of the study. Four of the patients had trouble falling to sleep before the study and all noted improvement within two days of starting the neuromuscular stimulator."

"No adverse reactions or allergies were reported."

Clinical Papers

MicroVas System - Preliminary Report
~ Dr. Heiner Wefers

A Randomized, Controlled Study, Assessing the Safety And Efficacy Of The MicroVas Device In The Treatment Of Patients With Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy in The Lower Extremities
~ Dr. Lawrence A. Harkless, DPM; Dr. Javier LaFontaine, DPM; Dr. Hiro Shibuya, DPM; Rick Hess, MS

Effective Treatment of Symptomatic Diabetic Polyneuropathy by High-Frequency External Muscle Stimulation (double-blind, placebo controlled)
~ L. Reichstein - S. Labrenz - D. Ziegler - S. Martin

The Role of High-Voltage, Pulsed Electrical Stimulation in Limb Salvage for Diabetic Patients
~ Jeremy J. Burdge, MD; Jodi F. Hartman, MS and Michelle L. Wright, B.S.

About Rebuilder

How Do I Find Out If I Qualify For Care?

Call us to schedule a complementary consultation to determine if you are a candidate for our 5-step Neuropathy Relief Program. The doctor will ask you a series of questions such as “Where is the pain, when did it begin, what makes it better or worse?” Then a thorough examination will be performed in which case the doctor will check your reflexes, blood pressure, balance, gait, skin sensory changes muscle strength and more to determine the cause of your Neuropathy symptoms. At this point the doctor may recommend x-rays or an MRI if he feels like further imaging will be necessary to determine the exact cause. After combining all of this information together the doctor will determine if you will make a good candidate for our 5-step Protocol for Neuropathy Pain Relief. If you do qualify for care, your Doctor will explain their recommended plan of action for you. If for some reason you do not qualify for care the doctor will refer you to someone who may better suit your needs.

Serious Neuropathy pain in the form of Diabetic Neuropathy (Diabetes), peripheral neuropathy, chemo induced neuropathy, neuropathy caused by Chemical factors – Chemotherapy, Alcoholism, Medical & Industrial Toxins, Mechanical Neuropathy – Bulged, Herniated, Degenerated Disc; Failed Back Surgery & Sciatica, Mechanical or compressive forms of neuropathy. Sciatica and even neuropathy caused by genetic or hereditary forms can be treated using our 5-step Neuropathy Protocol including Rebuilder, Body and Leg wraps, Self Mastery Technology, Vibration Therapy and Nutritional Therapy to treat the symptoms associated with neuropathy including leg pain, numbness, tingling, burning, shooting pain, electrical pain.

The Back Pain Ceter is proud to treat residents suffering from neuropathy symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, shooting pain, electrical pain, burning, throbbing, restless legs syndrome, in Charlotte, NC.