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Board-certified neurologist and pain management specialist Liphard D’Souza, MD, oversees a staff of highly qualified pain-relief experts at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma in Tulsa. These talented individuals are dedicated to providing long-term relief from neuropathy and other debilitating conditions by addressing the underlying cause of the pain.

Our patient-first approach to pain management is evident to his patients throughout the evaluation and treatment process at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma. Each treatment plan is tailored to fit the needs and circumstances of the patient.

Services offered by offered by Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma include innovative treatments such as Nerve Regenerating Therapy (NRT) for neuropathy and other nerve-related pain disorders. Our team chooses therapies such as NRT because it’s safe, well-tolerated by most patients, and offers significant relief of symptoms for 87% of patients who undergo the therapy. And there’s no surgery or joint injections required with NRT.

Individuals who come to Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma can rest assured that our team of highly skilled staff will do their best to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that includes the professional expertise required to resolve pain and restore mobility.

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Our Team of Providers

Dr. Liphard D'Souza


Liphard D’Souza received his medical degree from Mysore Medical College in India. He then completed his residency at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in the Bronx, New York, and underwent fellowship training at SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn. In practice for more than 20 years, Dr. D’Souza is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the Tulsa area, including AllianceHealth Clinton and Hillcrest Medical Center.

Britney Welch


Britney Welch, a University of Oklahoma alumna and a distinguished 2016 graduate of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, boasts a varied clinical background encompassing family practice, skilled nursing, and urgent care. She specializes in aiding neuropathy patients in improving their life quality and mobility. As a member of both the Oklahoma and American Academy of Physician Assistants, Britney balances her professional life with a love for outdoor family activities, especially with her pet Corgi.

Spencer Wopart


Spencer Wopart is a Nurse Practitioner at the Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma. He originally attended Oklahoma University in Norman, OK, where he received his bachelor of science degree. He then continued his education and received his bachelor’s of science in Nursing from Rogers State University in Claremore, OK. He worked at Saint Francis Hospital as an ICU nurse for years. While working, he received his Masters in Nursing, with a subspecialty of family practice, from Maryville University based out of St. Louis, Missouri. Spencer is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and licensed in Oklahoma. He began working for NTCO in July 2022.

Kristin Tidwell


Kristin is a Nurse Practitioner at the Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma.


How is this treatment different than other pain clinics?

The Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma offers a FDA approved system of electric stimulation combined with a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend for relief of chronic pain and in most cases, regrowth of healthy nerves. Other pain clinics use pain medicines, lasers, chiropractic, light therapy and vibration therapy; all of these only treat the symptoms of pain and do not encourage nerve regrowth.

How do I know if I’m a good candidate?

We offer a consultation to determine your eligibility for our treatment program. CLICK HERE to fill out the form or call our office at 918-921-8160 to schedule your consultation and assessment.

What happens in the initial consultation?

In your first appointment we’ll take a full medical history, test things like foot pressure and reflexes, and determine if you have large or small nerve fiber damage. We’ll also review any recent lab work, give you an overview of the treatment program and answer any questions you may have. At a follow up visit after our medical team has assessed your file, we’ll review our findings with you and if you are a qualified candidate, you can start your first treatment session.

How long does the treatment take?

Every patient is different and your treatment plan will be customized to your level of pain and extent of nerve damage. However, we place each patient on a 12-week program where the patient has 2 sessions a week for a total of 24 treatments.  Each session lasts about 30-40 minutes and is administered in our clinic.

How quickly will I start to feel results?

Most patients experience the beginnings of pain relief after the first 1-2 sessions, but it’s important to keep in mind that every patient is unique. ALL of our patients report a reduction in pain on the pain scale, usually from 9 or 10 down to 1 or even 0.

Are there any medical studies for this treatment?

Yes. This treatment protocol has been the subject of multiple scientific research studies. 87% of patients experience a significant improvement in symptoms, if not complete relief. Additionally, research shows those who have pre and post skin biopsies have increased nerve fiber density and nerve rejuvenation. If you’d like to read more about the science behind combined electrochemical therapy, CLICK HERE.

Are there any side effects?

None. The treatment is non-surgical and does not use any prescription oral medications. We also treat the whole body with a wellness approach that will improve your overall health, not just the chronic pain.



4636 S. Harvard Ave
Tulsa, OK 74135


Oklahoma City

6001 NW 139th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73142