Real Wave Patient Story
You want to know that our providers and staff truly care about you and your family. At RealWave® Neuropathy Treatment Centers, we provide our patients with personalized treatment plans and exceptional care. Hear the real and inspiring patient stories of our patients to get an idea of what to expect when you come to us for your peripheral neuropathy treatment.
An avid knife collector, Darrell felt the pain of neuropathy at a BLADE Show in Atlanta, a 3-day event advertised as the world’s largest knife show. “After less than an hour,” Darryl says, “my feet started stinging in excruciating pain. I was not able to stand any longer. I couldn’t walk.” After two months of RealWave® ultrasound treatments, his pain is now at zero.
After her second visit to RealWave®, her pain was gone entirely. However, Kate still had numbness and tingling caused by her chemotherapy-induced neuropathy. After just seven treatments on both her hands and feet, she says she is 100% back to her active lifestyle, including horseback riding.
After ignoring his diabetes for years, Bob started to have neuropathy in his feet. After the first few RealWave® sessions, he says he noticed a “pretty quick improvement,” and he credits RealWave® for being able to walk again and reduce his A1c to a 7. Bob says, “Reducing the medication, increasing my activity, and being able to enjoy longer walks,” Bob says, “that is a direct result of getting the treatments at RealWave®.
Cheve had a nail stuck in his foot for three days and didn’t even know it due to the numbness of his diabetic neuropathy. After just 6-7 treatments his symptoms began to improve.
Jane was diagnosed with diabetes and says, “All was fine for a while, but then my feet started to feel numb.” As a result, she wore nothing but sandals for 20 years. After the first RealWave® ultrasound treatment, she says she went home and took out a pair of tennis shoes that had been hiding in her closet. “I put those on, tied them up, and walked around the house,” she said. “I can’t believe it,” she told her husband, “My feet don’t feel bad now.