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November 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Colder weather is coming whether we want it to or not. And along with cooler temperatures comes increased symptoms of neuropathy. It’s no secret that neuropathy symptoms flare up in cold months, so we need to be ready to adjust and stand up to pain – with the help of Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma.

Whether you are feeling tingling, numbness, or pain, or dealing with diabetes or shingles, daily chores or even just sitting at your computer at work can be excruciating. What used to be simple tasks become monumental when chronic pain is involved. And it doesn’t get easier, it just becomes expected, which is no way to live the only life you have.

Did you know there is a new technology that can relieve the symptoms you are feeling and actually reverse the progression of nerve degeneration? It’s called Nerve Regenerating Therapy and is available at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma. Nerve Regenerating Therapy has been the subject of multiple scientific research studies, and 87% of patients experience a significant improvement in symptoms, if not complete relief. Plus, research shows those who have pre and post skin biopsies have increased nerve fiber density and nerve rejuvenation, which shows that treatment is not simply masking your symptoms, but instead actually reverses the trendline.

This nonsurgical therapy combines injections of a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend with electrical stimulation to provide significant relief from your symptoms. One of our medical team members also works with you to better manage the underlying cause of your neuropathy.

Treating the whole person instead of just your symptoms is key to long-term relief. Whether you are struggling with sciatica, neck pain, diabetes, shingles, knee pain, joint pain, or back pain, this Nerve Regenerating Therapy can help tremendously.

If this sounds familiar, let’s talk! Click HERE and schedule today – change the rest of your life!


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October 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Chemotherapy has been known to cause neuropathy. Our Treatments Can Help!

No one wants to beat cancer only to live with debilitating neuropathy the rest of their life. And thanks to Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma, you don’t have to!

Neuropathy can be a long-lasting side effect of cancer treatment. It occurs when chemo damages, inflames, or degenerates the peripheral nerves in your body. This can, in turn, affect your arms, legs, hands, and feet by causing numbness and tingling, burning sensations, or loss of sensation altogether.

Chemotherapy drugs that use vinca alkaloids, platinum compounds, taxanes and thalidomide are more likely to contribute to symptoms of neuropathy. However, there are other factors that could be causing problems as well. Tumors, themselves, could be pressing on nerves and causing the pain you feel. Also, cancers of the nervous system, like brain tumors, tumors in the spine and skull base tumors are more likely to result in these unwanted symptoms.

Symptoms of neuropathy can be different for each individual because of the type and location of nerves that are damaged. One person might suffer from hearing loss or facial pain, whereas another has difficulty walking and loss of balance.

At Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma, we want to partner with you to make sure you enjoy a pain free life after battling cancer. Our state-of-the-art treatment can reduce your symptoms so you can enjoy all those things you missed out on. Start making that list of activities you want to do – it is possible to live again without pain.

Ring that bell with confidence and know that PAIN WON’T STOP YOU even after finishing your chemotherapy treatments. Call NTCO at 918-921-8160 to schedule an evaluation to see if our treatment might be just what you need to combat this known side effect of chemotherapy. Your journey is not finished – take back control of your pain and symptoms of neuropathy!


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September 1, 2022 Patient Resource


No one wants to live with “What ifs…” When you are dealing with chronic pain due to an injury or health issue, you might find yourself thinking, “What if I could still garden like I used to? What if I could still dance? Or what if it didn’t hurt to do… everything?”

The great news is that things CAN be different when you get treatment from Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma. The stories from patients of lessened and even the elimination of pain is astounding to hear! People who had found no relief from their symptoms of neuropathy in the past are now living their lives again, pain free. The good news is that it’s not too late for you to experience less pain. Even if you’ve been struggling with joint pain, knee pain, or sciatica for a long time, there is still a chance at relief.

Our friendly staff and providers want to help you feel your best again. We don’t want you to miss out on the life you want to live anymore. You can start by calling 918-921-8160 and scheduling a consultation to determine your eligibility for our treatment program. There, we will 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. Then, 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.

Imagine what you would do again if you didn’t have the pain you are feeling right now. Playing with your grandkids, yoga, cycling, dancing, gardening, golf…. whatever it is – it’s important to you, so it’s important to us at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma.

Beat the pain you’ve been enduring. Call NTCO today!


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August 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Change can be hard. We like the comfort of doing what we’ve always done and often brace ourselves for anything that could “mess up” the lives we lead. But just because something is hard, doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing. Life is a complex web of sleeping, eating, exercise, work, and play. Balancing all these aspects of life and staying healthy both mentally and physically is something you don’t have to tackle alone. 

At Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma, we want to partner with you in achieving your goals. What is that next thing that you are wanting to achieve? Whether it’s walking your dog or going for a hike, YOU CAN AGAIN! Sometimes we start a new routine and are determined to create new habits, and then summer hits and suddenly it’s 100 degrees outside. Now you can’t maintain the new activities you had been so determined to stick to – it becomes easy to give up and go back to old ways.

But this is your chance to think outside the box! 

Get Active Guide – Summer Edition

  1. Swimming – What a great way to stay active and cool at the same time. If you don’t have a pool, try the YMCA or join a nearby neighborhood pool.
  2. Walking in the Mall – Lets you window shop and exercise at the same time.
  3. Stream Your Favorite Exercise Content – A lot can be found on streaming services these days. Search for Pilates, strength training, or jazzercise on your own tv.
  4. Take an Evening or Early Morning Walk
  5. Join A Gym – Indoor treadmills and classes can be a great asset to gaining strength and staying consistent.

If you are dealing with symptoms of neuropathy, these activities can greatly benefit your path to feeling like you used to. YOU CAN AGAIN, with a treatment plan from NTCO. Make an appointment today!


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July 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Surgery should never be your first and only option when dealing with pain related to neuropathy. And drugs and steroids should be a last resort to help with the pain and numbness as well. It’s important to know what options there are if you are battling these common symptoms. 

Here at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma, our treatment doesn’t use any of those things that can make your life more miserable with side effects. Nerve Regenerating Therapy has been the subject of multiple scientific research studies, and 87% of patients experience a significant improvement in symptoms, if not complete relief. Plus, research shows those who have pre and post skin biopsies have increased nerve fiber density and nerve rejuvenation, which is great news! 

This nonsurgical therapy combines injections of a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend with electrical stimulation to provide significant relief from your symptoms. One of our medical team members also works with you to better manage the underlying cause of your neuropathy. Treating the whole person instead of just the symptoms is key to long-term relief. Whether you are struggling with sciatica, neck pain, diabetes, shingles, knee pain, joint pain, or back pain, this Nerve Regenerating Therapy can help tremendously.

With treatment from NTCO, you can get up in the morning and go about your day without having to stop by the medicine cabinet. And not just that, you will be able to do so many more things than you used to. What is it that you miss doing? You can GET BACK TO IT without medications. That’s the kind of hope that gets you back to living again. 

Give NTCO a call to see how we can help you live the life you want. It’s not too late. Take this simple next step to long-term relief from pain.


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June 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Staying active while dealing with symptoms of Neuropathy can be challenging. But in addition to treatment at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma, our recommendation will likely include basic forms of activity to maintain muscle strength and increase circulation. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start, though. Here are a few ideas to get you going in the right direction:

  • Stretching – Loosens the muscles, helping with flexibility and range of motion. Should be done before and after any strenuous forms of exercise but is also beneficial on its own.
  • Yoga – Targeted stretching and breathing exercises beneficial to those dealing with chronic pain.
  • Swimming and Water Aerobics – exercising in water limits your weight, helping with basic movements.
  • Cardio – Walking, hiking, bike riding. Improves heart health, blood pressure, and overall pain management.
  • Daily Activities – Housework, walking the dog, and pruning flower beds can be great low-strain activities that not only aid in overall health and wellness, but also get something accomplished at the same time.

Remember that with any new activity, start slowly and build your stamina over time. Don’t forget to take breaks and stay hydrated, especially if you are out in the summer heat. Also, it is best to avoid sudden twisting or jerking, which can strain muscles. Try to keep your back aligned and turn with your entire body.

Treatment at NTCO, increasing your level of activity, and eating a healthy diet can help those dealing with symptoms of Neuropathy tremendously. You may have been wishing you could do certain activities like you used to or watch others your age do the things you had always hoped to do. Don’t give up hope. LIVE THE LIFE YOU DESERVE by calling 918-921-8160 for a consultation today. It’s not too late to start a new chapter in your life.


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May 1, 2022 Patient Resource


If you are experiencing pain due to symptoms of neuropathy, you might be wondering what options there are. You might have been told you need surgery or narcotics to combat the pain – but that is not true! Here are some frequently asked questions about how Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma can help you:

How is this treatment different than other pain clinics?

  • Nerve Regenerating Therapy (NRT) is an FDA approved treatment for relieving chronic pain due to symptoms of neuropathy. It is non-surgical, reduces the need for pain medications, and can encourage nerve regrowth.

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

  • Call Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma to set up a consultation to see if the pain you are experiencing could be reduced with our treatment.

What happens in the consultation?

  • Our medical staff will get a complete medical history, plus test your reflexes and foot pressure to determine if you have large or small nerve fiber damage. We will review recent lab work, give you an overview of the treatment program, and answer any questions you might have. After this initial assessment, we will follow up with our findings and let you know if you are a qualified candidate for treatment.

How does treatment work?

  • Our medical team injects a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend to decrease inflammation and pain. Then, they apply carefully controlled electrical signals to the affected region which targets and helps soothe the damaged nerves.

How long does it take?

  • Typical treatment plans are 12 weeks of treatments with 2 appointments per week, a total of 24 treatments. Each session lasts about 30-40 minutes and is administered in our clinic.

Are there side effects?

  • There are no side effects to Nerve Regenerating Therapy. It is non-surgical and does not use any prescription oral medications. Plus, it is essentially painless, other than the slight pinch with the injection.

How quickly will I feel results?

  • Many patients feel the beginning of pain relief after the first 1-2 sessions, but every patient is unique. All patients report a reduction in pain on the pain scale.

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April 1, 2022 Patient Resource


It’s true. We’ve heard it countless times throughout the years. There’s just something different about this place. We feel it as well. There is something exciting about seeing so much life change and relief from pain from patients we work with regularly. Your joy brings us joy!

Treatment at NTCO is different. We strive to look at all aspects of your life to give you a personalized treatment plan. Rather than simply masking your pain with medication, our staff of medical professionals treat the symptoms relating to neuropathy at the source with electrochemical treatment. This nonsurgical therapy combines injections of a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend with electrical cell signaling to provide significant relief from your symptoms in 87% of cases.

Plus, we won’t send you off with medications that simply mask the problem – we get to the source. We know that so much of our health comes from diet and exercise, and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start.

One big step is figuring out how to stay within your personal calorie needs. This will look different for everyone depending on activity level and genetics. No matter what, an emphasis on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and low-fat dairy products can take you a long way. Including a variety of proteins like seafood, lean meat, and poultry in addition to nuts, seeds, eggs, and legumes will help you towards your health goals as well. An important rule of thumb is keeping sweets, sodium, and saturated fats to a minimum.

Nutrition is a habit. It takes time to get that habit in place, but if you are diligent in staying the course, it becomes easier and easier. You will find that you will crave the healthy foods and think less about the unhealthy. But it does take work – and don’t we know it. Your support system can be just as important as actually making the changes to better your life. We all do better when we have someone cheering for us on the sidelines.

We want to be your greatest cheerleaders for change in your life!


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March 1, 2022 Patient Resource


Exercising while dealing with chronic pain can feel daunting. But it’s all about taking some simple steps to get yourself going, and once you get into the routine of it, then pushing yourself to the next level. Whatever your starting point is – the key is to start!

There are 4 things to focus on when thinking about exercise: Aerobic Level, Flexibility, Strength, and Balance.

Aerobic Exercises

The focus here is to get your heart rate up to an aerobic level, promoting the circulation of oxygen in your body. Also referred to as cardio, these exercises make you breathe a little harder and work your muscles, pushing oxygen throughout your body. Taking a brisk walk in the neighborhood, fitness classes, swimming, or biking are great ways to get aerobic exercise, plus they can be low or high impact depending on your starting point.

Flexibility Exercises

Flexibility can be a great benefit to your general well-being. The tighter your muscles are, the higher the chance of strain or injury if you have a fall or accident. By regularly stretching your muscles, you will increase your range of motion and overall physical performance.

Strength Training Exercises

Building the strength of your muscles helps reduce falls and risk of injury, plus it increases your endurance so you can get back to doing the things your love to do. Another great benefit is that it can help manage blood sugar levels by removing glucose from your blood and sending it to muscle cells instead.

Balance Exercises

Improving balance can be so important in reducing falls and instability. By regularly strengthening your body in this way, you can more confidently climb stairs, walk in the neighborhood, and play with your grandkids again.

Getting into a good rhythm with exercise can be tough, but so rewarding in the long run. Make a plan and stick to it – you won’t regret it!

CLICK HERE for some exercises to help you get started on your journey to health.


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February 1, 2022 Patient Resource


You know that feeling. The achiness, tingling, and painful sensation that happens when your nerve endings are damaged or restricted in some way. Sure, you can handle one or two days, but living that way for months or years can be life-altering and just plain depressing. Then, stack wintertime on top of that.

February oftentimes proves to be one of the coldest months of the year, but that doesn’t mean you have to feel the most pain from symptoms of neuropathy during that time. Yes, cold weather can intensify pain due to restricted blood vessels, especially in the hands and feet. Our bodies naturally slow down blood circulation when they are cold in an attempt to preserve the body’s core temperature. For those dealing with neuropathy, it’s harder for our bodies to measure the effects of the cold when we already feel numbness and tingling regularly. Our body’s “alert system” is just not working properly to tell us that something could be wrong. This blood vessel restriction can also reduce the feeling in our extremities, causing issues with balance as well. But even though these are commonly the worst months for patients dealing with pain, they don’t have to be anymore.

Nerve Regenerating Therapy at NTCO can reduce pain that comes from symptoms of neuropathy. The staff at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma are determined to help pinpoint the source of your pain and develop an individualized treatment plan that can help restore the feeling in your hands and feet. And this treatment works!

As you are combating this cold weather, make sure and layer up your socks and wear thick gloves. And don’t forget to call NTCO at 918-921-8160 to get the best treatment for pain related to symptoms of neuropathy in the state. YOU are our greatest priority – don’t live with pain anymore!


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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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