Neurogenx is an advanced electroanalgesic medical device. It is used in a treatment for peripheral neuropathy. The therapy is called Combination Electroanalgesia Therapy, or CET for short. CET consists of two combined procedures. First, a local anesthetic will be applied to local nerves that are involved. This is so you will not feel any pain during the treatment. After the anesthetic is applied, Electronic Signal Treatment will be used. This is administered through pads that are attached to the affected areas of your feet. You may have had treatment similar to this before to increase medicine absorption or treat muscles. The difference is is in what type of electronic signal is used. The signal used in peripheral neuropathy treatment is much stronger than what is used during other treatments. The reason for the difference in signal is that to treat peripheral neuropathy, the signal needs to penetrate all the way through to affected nerves. The electronic signal is picked up by nerves, and as nerves begin sending and receiving signals again, nerve functioning is improved. 

Brandt R Gibson, DPM
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Podiatrist, Neuropathy Doctor, Father of 11 and Founder of Mountain West Foot & Ankle Institute