Your Questions Answered
Dr. Erle Answers FAQs:
HOW DOES CELL SIGNALING WORK?
Cell Signaling works by using a two-part approach.
A micro-injection of a vitamin and mineral mix designed specifically to heal tissue
A patented resonate AM/FM energy wave that mimics various pathologies in the body.
What look like suction cups produce the AM/FM frequencies which signal cells to heal by encouraging blood flow to the capillaries and regenerating your nerve endings which, in turn, relieves the pain.
I AM ON METFORMIN, CAN I STILL BE TREATED?
Yes. However, a side effect of Metformin is neuropathy. We have an inexpensive program to offset the side effects of Metformin. We highly recommend our Metformin Cleanup Program while also undergoing Cell Signaling. Ask us how this program will benefit you.
CAN I AFFORD TREATMENT?
Cell Signaling (What We Call Our RST Treatment) is covered by all insurance including Medicare. Some patients may have a high deductible or copay. Prior to treatment National Neuropathy Center can verify your Insurance Coverage for you so there are no surprises.
DO YOU HAVE A SCHEDULING POLICY?
We recommend you schedule your visits two weeks in advance. Our available time slots fill up quickly. Getting your preferred times on our schedule two weeks in advance will assist in keeping your treatments consistent.
WHAT IS THE CANCELLATION POLICY?
We require 24-hour notice to cancel an appointment. If notice is not given we do charge a $50 fee. When appointments are not kept the patient does not get better and appointments are taken away from other patients. Thank You for your consideration.
WHAT ABOUT VACATIONS OR SHORT ABSENCES FROM TREATMENT?
Everyone has a life. We are happy to schedule around life events that pull you away from your treatment. However, realize that the Cell Signaling (RST) treatments are cumulative in nature, and depending on your specific case we may have to backtrack some treatments. It is situationally dependent.
WILL MY SYMPTOMS RETURN ONCE MY TREATMENT IS OVER?
Our experience treating thousands of peripheral neuropathy patients indicates that the cell signaling (RST) treatment is a permanent fix. However, National Neuropathy Centers does encounter some patients who have had to return for some maintenance treatments. It depends on the type and cause of your neuropathy and is situationally dependent.