Don't suffer with Neuropathy-MicroVas

What is MicroVas?

MicroVas is a therapeutic electrical stimulation.

What is it used for?

It is used to treat small vessel disease and neuropathy in the feet and ankles.

Electric currents are sent through the foot ankle and lower leg in order to stimulate the nerves and muscles to contract. This increases blood flow. The increased blood flow helps to heal the damaged parts of the nerves and stimulates tiny blood vessel regrowth. Microvas can strengthen the area and decrease pain substantially.

Does MicroVas hurt?

No it does not, patients report feeling a tingle. You come into the office with a book or tablet then sit and relax until your treatment is complete.

Does my insurance cover it?

Typically, it is covered by insurance.

Treatment course?

 It is recommended that you come 2-3x a week for about a month.

Who is not a candidate for MicroVas treatments?

-Pregnant patients

-If you have had a recent DVT or stroke

-If you have a pacemaker or defibrillator

If you are having anoying or painful neuropathy sypmtoms please schedule a consultation today. 

Sincerely,

Dr. Melissa Sgro 

Advanced Foot and Ankle

972.542.2155

 

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