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Cattle at Sunrise


I've been in practice in the Mesa/Chandler area for 37 years and began treating neuropathy in March of 2008. I am originally from eastern Montana, western North Dakota, growing up on a cattle ranch and dry land wheat farm. I received my Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State in 1977 and went to work selling medical supplies to hospitals. In 1982 I hurt my back and was scheduled for back surgery. My parents had me call my uncle in Tennessee who was a chiropractor and he gave me help finding a chiropractor here locally. I had such great results, no surgery, no long-term problems, I decided to become one.  I received my doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1986. I've been married to my wife Dawn for the past 41 years. My interest in neuropathy was sparked from my mom who developed neuropathy in 1966 when I was 12 years old. It progressed for the next 33 years until her death with her spending the last 16 years of her life confined to a wheelchair. I began to try to find something to help my mother in 1986, unfortunately I didn’t find anything in time to help my mother as both my parents passed away in 1999. It wasn’t until 2006 that I found something that showed some promise and I actively started treating patients in 2008. 

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All About Me

I have completed hundreds of hours of continuing education classes pertaining to diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy. Besides being Board Certified in Neuropathy from the American College of Physical Medicine, I am a Certified Health Consultant from Foundation of Wellness Professionals, successfully completed the certification courses from NeuroTCA and Blueprint to Neuropathy. I have taken bits and pieces from all of this to develop a successful way to treat 1000’s of neuropathy sufferers since 2008. My percentage of successful outcomes has increased throughout the years as I learn more, both in how to treat neuropathy and realizing who I cannot help.  The technology involved has also improved to the point now where 98 percent of my patients enjoy a 65 to 100 percent reduction in their symptoms, and an 80 to 100 percent improvement in their balance which barring unforeseen circumstances can be maintained for life. 


Here is what sets me apart from everyone else. Because I have learned the hard way and expensive way there is no cure for neuropathy. There is no in-office treatment that will provide long term results, so I stopped doing in-office treatments back in 2015 and my patients have reported that their results have lasted now up to almost 9 years and going strong. My treatments are now done at home, so we can get the neuropathy under control and keep it that way. Now there are still a few office visits over a course of a year or so and I am available by phone 7 days a week so the only thing missing is the trips to the office 2 or 3 times a week and then the worry of when the neuropathy will return.

Understand neuropathy is a chronic condition, like all chronic conditions once you get it under control steps must be taken to maintain it, so it does not come back. One thing I want everyone to understand is Peripheral Neuropathy currently is not curable, it is treatable, it’s reversible and it’s controllable for over 90 percent of the people that suffer with it. Of the patients I accept for care over 98% will achieve a minimum of 65% improvement with most much more. Peripheral Neuropathy is a secondary disease process, always caused by something else: diabetes, toxin, metabolic disorder, vitamin deficiency or one of 200 other known causes, it never develops on its own. In 30 to 40% of people that suffer with it the cause is unknown and they are diagnosed with idiopathic neuropathy. Even in cases where the cause is known, the cause is constantly attacking the nerve endings so the treatment must be devised to offset that constant attack. I have that type of treatment.   Think of neuropathy like caring for a wilting plant, if you water it, fertilize it, it will come back to life, but if you stop it will wilt again. Neuropathy is the same way, if the treatment is continued it can prevent it from returning.  That is why I changed from in-office treatments to doing the same thing at home in 2015. From 2008 to 2015 all the treatments were done in-office, then in 2015, I called about 200 of my patients that I had treated from 2008 to 2011 and found out that only 1, that’s right only 1 out of 200 reported that their neuropathy had not returned. The only person that benefited was me, and that was not what I got into this for. By doing the treatment at home, we can not only reverse it but maintain the results and we have been successfully doing that for the past 8 years. ​ I offer a free consultation one on one with me, so I can determine if what I do will help you. About 10% of the people that suffer with neuropathy will not benefit from what I do and that is one of the reasons I do it at no charge, I won’t charge someone to tell them no I can’t help. I have gotten pretty good at determining who I can help and who I can’t. The other reason is you have probably been told by one, maybe several doctors, nothing can be done and I want to make it as easy as possible for you to at least see what I do.  I hope you will take the opportunity, my promise to you is a fair assessment, what you do with the information is totally up to you.  If you have questions, I am available by phone 7am to 8pm, seven days a week to answer them. If it is during my office hours I will call you back, if outside my office hours I’m the one that will answer the phone. After 8pm and before 7am click here and fill out the form, I will call you. Understand neuropathy is a chronic condition, like all chronic conditions once you get it under control steps must be taken to maintain it so it does not come back.

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