Get Relief From Neuropathy!

Many Neuropathy pain sufferers that come to Rise Chiropractic & Acupuncture are thrilled with our new, cutting-edge treatment. Watch our success stories to see how we can help you feel better fast.

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No Drugs,Surgeries, or Injections

Many of our patients with Neuropathy report that their feet or hands feel just like the picture on the right.
Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition affecting more than 30 million Americans, and the condition is growing rapidly.

Thorough Treatments

The technology we use is designed to address the multiple factors that can contribute to the development of Neuropathy, and provides ongoing relief for our patients.

Multi-faceted Therapies

The first group of therapies we utilize are designed to improve nitric oxide production, nerve re-education, angiogenesis, and increase circulation to the extremities.

Improved Quality of Life

When treated properly our patients experience substantial decreases in pain, increased balance, and diminished numbness/tingling that is all too common with Neuropathy.

Low Time Commitment

We have a unique system where you will only have to come in the office lx/week for a period of time, while gaining independence from your Neuropathy condition

You deserve relief!

Even if you have had other tests or procedures performed and been told that nothing can be done or your situation is permanent and you'll just have to live with it, we urge you to contact us for a painless Neuropathy Severity Evaluation and let us see if our comprehensive program can get you results when others have not.

Are you struggling with Neuropathy?

There are many people in our area that still suffer with peripheral neuropathy. In this day and age there have been significant improvements in the pain management treatments we can offer.

  • Loss of hot or cold sensation
  • Pins and needles feeling in your feet
  • Tingling or burning
  • Loss of feeling
  • Feet that are painful to touch
  • Restless legs
  • Feeling of ants crawling on your legs
  • Difficulty sleeping because of foot pain
  • Burning Pain
  • Sharp Electric Pain
  • Numbness
  • Leg Cramps
  • Numbness and Tingling in your feet
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Pain while you walk

Medication can be very helpful for a number of things. The problem is that medication is not generally designed to correct the cause of the problem.

We know so much about the human body today. It’s time to move beyond treatments that mask your symptoms.

Our new Peripheral Neuropathy treatments succeed because we attack the problem at its source.

Our combination of breakthrough technology along with advanced treatments provides your body with everything it needs to heal the damaged nerves.

The majority of patients notice an improvement in their symptoms within their first few treatments.

In general if you have pain in your hands, feet, or legs you may be a candidate for treatment. Each patient is evaluated on a one on one basis to see if treatment is right for them.

It’s important to note that our treatments are non-surgical, and require no prescription drugs. There is finally an answer that can produce long lasting results.

At Rise Chiropractic we believe that each patient is an individual. Our multi-disciplinary approach gives us the ability to custom fit our treatments to each patient.

We offer some of the most advanced non-surgical FDA approved treatments available today. It’s always our goal to focus on the cause of any condition we treat.

Only $49 For a Limited Time

11 Point Neuropathy Sensory Exam

In order to determine if someone is a candidate for our program, we perform an 11 point neuropathy severity examination.

The tests are painless and precise and give us an exact percentage of nerve damage down to the tenth of a percent! Many people tell us this is the most thorough examination of their problem that they have ever had!

Peripheral neuropathy affects the sensory nerves of the upper and lower extremities and damages the ability to feel textures and temperatures. Eventually this can lead to the brain triggering a pain response.

Often times, people suffering with neuropathy have a test performed called an EMG that involves placing needles along the path of their nerves where they are having problems and an electrical current is induced to determine where the nerve damage exists. This test, which can often be painful, tests the motor nerves of the body (the nerves that control your muscles) and while it can determine if there is a problem, it is not as precise and does not test the sensory nerves that are the nerves that are affected in the most common forms of peripheral neuropathy.

Find us

14815 Mandarin Rd, Suite 103 Jacksonville, FL 32223, USA


Phone: 904-512-7449

Business Hours

M,W 8-6PM | T,F 8-12PM

TH 3-6PM