Welcome To
Neuropathy & Laser Center.

Your PAIN Stops Here!

We are a dedicated health team of professionals, delivering the finest research-based treatment for Neuropathy. Neuropathy may stem from underlying medical conditions, diet, lifestyle, heredity, or side effect of chemotherapy or other medications. We recommend the best approach to helping you get well fast.

At Neuropathy and Laser Center in Vero Beach, Florida, we offer cost-effective and short-term treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy patients residing on the Treasure Coast: Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Sebastian.

Call (772) 571-4001 NOW to learn more about our $47 Evaluation Offer!

What is Neuropathy?

Peripheral Neuropathy is damage, degeneration, or disease of the nerves in the extremities, the arms and hands, legs and feet. If you are experiencing any of the following you may be a candidate for our Neuropathy Treatment Protocols:

  • Pain
  • Burning
  • Numbness
  • Difficulty Walking
  • Balance Problems
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Painful Sensations

Patients with these symptoms can experience Sharp, jabbing, throbbing or burning pain…

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Balance Problems

Peripheral Neuropathy may cause a loss of balance due to numbness or weakness in the…

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Numbness & Tingling

Gradual onset of numbness may make feet feel asleep like pins and needles, prickly like…

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Need a Second Opinion?

Frustrated by the impact of Neuropathy on your life? Remaining active is vital for a high quality of life, which is.…

Susan N. Perkins, DC, CFMP, CCIPN

Evaluation -Special Offer!

A special evaluation fee of $47 is currently being offered to determine if you would benefit from our treatment. This evaluation includes the following, which are done only if medically necessary:

  • Consultation with the Doctor
  • Advanced NeuroFoot Analysis
  • Computerized Balance Test
  • Nitric Oxide Saliva Test
  • Doctor’s Report & Recommendation

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Neuropathy and Laser Center

780 US 1, Suite 200
Vero Beach, FL 32962
Phone: (772) 571-4001

We help patients in the Treasure Coast: Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Sebastian.

Business Hours

Monday–Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Friday
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

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Pain or Burning Sensations

Patients with these symptoms can experience Sharp, jabbing, throbbing or burning pain which may be worse at night and can result in difficulty sleeping. Pain can occur during activities that shouldn’t cause pain, such as pain in your feet when putting weight on them or when they’re under a blanket.

Balance Problems / Difficulty Walking

Peripheral Neuropathy may cause a loss of balance due to numbness or weakness in the muscles. Lack of coordination and falling can make it difficult to be independent and seriously interfere with an individual’s quality of life. If Neuropathy is untreated, walking may become unbearable leading to the use of canes, walkers or wheelchairs.

Numbness and Tingling

Gradual onset of numbness may make feet feel asleep like pins and needles, prickly like bees are stinging, and can progress to total lack of feeling in the feet. Symptoms may spread upwards to the legs, then hands and arms.

Sometimes the feeling is like wearing a tight sock or walking on a cushion. As Neuropathy symptoms progress, they can become severe to the point where patients may not be able to feel their feet well enough to walk or drive. Falls and their resultant injuries become a serious risk factor!

Want a Second Opinion?

Frustrated by the impact of Neuropathy on your life? Remaining active is vital for a high quality of life, which is compromised when your feet are in excruciating pain, and they become very sensitive, or they become so numb that it causes difficulty moving around. If not treated, symptoms can get to the point where it’s difficult to walk, drive, work, exercise, or continue to dance, play golf or tennis.

If you have visited a doctor and been told there is "nothing that can be done" or your medication is not working, ask Dr. Perkins for a second opinion. We may just have the answers you’ve desperately been seeking!