Brett Duffey is an Occupational Therapist with 20 years of experience.
Over the last 14 years, Brett has fine tuned his experience and training with multiple deficits to address Neuropathy and other neurological disorders.
He has seen almost 3000 patients and produced a GREATER than 90% success rate is completely eliminating or significantly reducing NEUROPATHY symptoms.
Ever feel like the Clinician is NOT listening to you or doesn’t have a CLUE about what you are talking about OR the diagnosis you are discussing?
Over the last five years, Brett has added and trained his Staff to work specifically with NEUROPATHY.
To date, he has seen and treated the most difficult Neuropathies that just wouldn’t respond to medications or shots.
His treatment is specialized and individualized to YOUR specific type of Neuropathy.
He will listen to you and design a program SPECIFIC for you!
There are more than 30 different neuropathies which is why all people don’t respond to the same medications.
Brett’s treatment for neuropathy is non-invasive. Meaning : NO MEDICATIONS, NO SHOTS, and NO SURGERIES!
At Complete Rehab, we will work with you to find a long-term, LASTING solution.
We work with ALL types of neuropathy whether you have been diagnosed by a Physician or not.
A prescription to see Brett is no-longer required in MOST cases and we accept Medicare and almost all other Insurances.
If you have any questions about your NEUROPATHY or if we accept your Insurance, there is ABSOLUTELY no obligation to just call and ask.
PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW WEBSITE at www.CRTherapy.com
On the Website, you can further explore our treatment and even read our CURRENT Blogs written to give you advice to help you with your Neuropathy.
Brett also does a LIVE call in to WTOB radio 96.3 on FM / 980 on AM – EVERY Wednesday at 4:40 PM where he answers your questions about Neuropathy.
Neuropathy is a complicated health condition that has many different symptoms and causes. There are also five different categories of neuropathy, and each type depends on which nerves become compressed, defective, or damaged. Here is a brief introduction to each and how they affect the body:
- Peripheral neuropathyóThis is the most common type of neuropathy and results from damage to the peripheral nervous system. Patients with this type of neuropathy may experience discomfort in one or more of the following areas: toes, feet, legs, fingers, hands, and arms.
- Proximal neuropathy: The second most common type of neuropathy, proximal neuropathy encompasses nerve damage to the hips, thighs, or gluteal areas of the body. While it usually only impacts one side of the body, it can spread to both sides.
- Cranial neuropathy: This condition occurs when damage is done to any of the 12 cranial nerves, or the nerves that travel from your brain or brain stem. Cranial neuropathy can be categorized further into different types, which include Bell’s palsy, third nerve palsy, fourth nerve palsy, and others.
- Autonomic neuropathy: This type of neuropathy occurs when the nerves that control your involuntary nervous system become damaged. Diabetes is the most common cause of autonomic neuropathy, but other conditions and infections can trigger this type of neuropathy, as well.
- Focal neuropathy: One of the less common types of neuropathy, focal neuropathy only affects a single nerve. Also called mononeuritis. For example, it can affect a nerve in the thigh, wrist, or foot.
There are more than 30 different types of neuropathy that fall under one of these 5 categories.