Dr. Robert Odell, at the Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Las Vegas, believes in the benefits of energy-based medicine, which works in harmony with the circuitry in the central nervous system. This means that patients can experience sustained relief from pain without narcotics.
Dr. Odell says, “We follow a clinic protocol that consists of a low dose pharma/nutrient infused local anesthetic blocks combined with a highly advanced electro medical device called Sanexas. It operates with such a high degree of sophistication that nerves are not able to accommodate to the signals, or regress. This protocol is called Combined Electrochemical Treatment (CET); signaling nerve cells with electronic impulses instead of using drugs which have side effects. We see excellent results in a majority of patients with neck pain, back pain and peripheral neuropathy.”
This procedure is performed during an office visit and is a safe and effective way to awaken nerves, reduce pain-causing swelling, improve circulation, and stimulate healing.
At our practice, we’re not in the business of masking over pain with medication. Many people don’t understand the negative effects that opiate and steroid use can have. Although some patients can be quite stable on medication, many patients will degenerate into an existence where pain and reliance on medication runs their lives and prevents them from enjoying life and being productive. At our practice, we go to the source of the problem and promote natural resolution of chronic pain. It’s a treatment methodology we’re proud to offer our patients. – Dr. Odell
Dr. Robert Odell is a fellow of the Medical Scientist Training Program. He received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and his medical degree from Stanford University. He completed his residency in anesthesiology at UCLA, and served as chief resident at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center. He is also a diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology, American Academy of Pain Management and the American Board of Pain Medicine, and a Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice of the World Institute of Pain.
There is a new location in Henderson. It is open on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 2557 Wigwam Parkway (Inside Wellness Institute of Nevada) For an appointment call (702) 257-7246.
The Las Vegas clinic is located at 8084 West Sahara Avenue, Suite B, Las Vegas. For an appointment call (702) 257-7246.