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Suburban Chicago Area Neuropathy Experts

(Leg/Foot Nerve Pain & Arm/Hand Nerve Pain)

Neuropathy (nerve pain) Experts

Our team of caring professionals take a 
specialized approach to nerve pain.

FDA Approved treatment heals and restores the nerves and nerve function with a 

non-invasive treatment, even in the most severe case, without the use of drugs or surgery.


There are over 100 causes of neuropathy. We are going to talk about a few of the more common causes. The most common is diabetic neuropathy. Approximately 50% of diabetic patients will develop neuropathy. Generally, it starts in the toes and feet, then spreads to the ankles, and eventually the calves. As the symptoms develop between the ankles and the calves, some patients may start to feel symptoms develop in their fingertips. It doesn’t affect all the fingertips at first, but as it progresses, all of the fingertips become affected with neuropathy. Then neuropathy migrates to the fingers, then the hand and eventually it reaches the arms. Another cause of neuropathy is from chemotherapy. The chemotherapy medication is generally used for cancer treatment and  is designed to kill off the cancer cells, but it can also kill off the delicate nerve cells that cause neuropathy. Generally this type of neuropathy develops in the hands and feet at the same time, about one to two months after stopping the chemotherapy treatments. Another type of neuropathy is called “idiopathic” neuropathy or “unknown” causes of neuropathy. Approximately 30% of neuropathies are of the idiopathic type. Modern medicine just doesn’t know why you have idiopathic neuropathy. You can also develop neuropathy in the nerves that goes to your organs, which is called Autonomic neuropathy. This is usually a later stage of neuropathy, where the signals from the brain don’t all arrive at your internal organs and cause them not to function as well as they should. Left untreated and/or taking medication is not truly treating neuropathy, it just dulls the pain in the brain so you can function during the day or sleep better at night. Neuropathy generally gets worse as time goes on, even as symptoms diminish; which can be a sign that the nerves are dying off.  Eventually, some patients are told they need to have their medication dosage increased and possible amputation because of neuropathy.

Diabetic Neuropathy

There are over 100 causes of neuropathy. There are over 100 different causes of neuropathy, we are going talk about one of the most common types, which is diabetic neuropathy. Approximately 50% of diabetic patients will develop neuropathy. Generally, it starts in the toes and feet, then spreads to the ankles, and eventually to the calves. As the symptoms develop between the ankles and the calves, some patients may start to feel symptoms develop in their fingertips. It doesn’t affect all the fingertips at first, but as it progresses, all of the fingertips become affected with neuropathy. Then neuropathy migrates to the fingers, then the hand and eventually it reaches the arms. Left untreated and/or taking medication is not truly treating neuropathy, it just dulls the pain in the brain so you can function during the day or sleep better at night. Neuropathy generally gets worse as time goes on, even as symptoms diminish; which can be a sign that the nerves are dying off. Eventually, some patients are told they need to have their medication dosage increased and possible amputation because of neuropathy.

More than 30 Years of Neuropathy Treatment Experience

If you are in pain, we can help you! Our quality professionals provide effective treatment for pain relief so you can enjoy life’s more important things, without pain. If you are suffering from back pain, arm and leg pain, disc injuries, numbness and tingling, peripheral neuropathy, or chronic pain we have the experience to treat and help resolve your health problems with gentle effective pain relief.

Dr. Horn has been in practice for over 30 years and has developed some non invasive, non surgical treatments without the use of drugs or injections. At Advanced Medical & Wellness we use individualized treatments that can include physical therapy. Some of the treatments available include state-of-the-art therapies; horizontal electrical stimulation for pain reduction and healing damaged tissue, axial decompression traction for disc injuries. Dr. Horn has incorporated Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) into his treatment protocols including wearable lasers and Red Light Emitting Diode (LED) to improve circulation, decrease inflammation and promote overall tissue healing and repair. Our physical therapy utilizes whole body vibration (WBV) for nerve re-education and balance, in addition we can incorporate ourexercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT) to promote increased oxygen flow and promote healing properties. Our professional staff also includes a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. We have developed sports specific injury and pain management care programs, along with performance enhancement training for young and old athlete with additional focus on golf rehabilitation.

Dr. Daniel P Horn

Board Certified in Neuropathy

Board Certified In Spinal Decompression

Leading Wellness Expert

Lecturer And Inventor 

Member Of The International Neuropathy Association 

Top Doctor 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

"The most common mistakes neuropathy sufferers make 

are to take the 'it will go away on its own' or 'the medications 

will get me better' mentality. 

Doing this for long periods can 

cause you to reach a point of no return."

-Dr. Daniel P. Horn, DC

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NEUROPATHY PAIN TREATMENT IS LIFE'S WORK FOR HORNS
PUBLISHED BY THE DAILY HERALD
April 9th 2022

Several years ago, a car plowed into Eleanor Rourke as she was crossing the street. Her right side was nearly demolished. Her legs were broken in eight places with severe nerve damage and nerve pain. The specialists told her she probably would never walk again.

Although she still needs some therapy, today Rourke is able to get around without even using a cane. She credits her recovery to Chiropractor Dr. Daniel Horn and his neuropathy treatment program.

"The doctors are responsible for bringing me to where I am today", Rourke said. Drs. Daniel and Peter Horn, chiropractors, and brother Steve Horn, an office administrator, are part of the staff at NEURODoc. Neuropathy and Nerve Pain Treatment centers with locations in Palatine, Bloomingdale, Des Plaines and Elgin. The centers often see patients who have experienced increased nerve pain, numbness, tingling and burning sensations that have continued over the years, as well as patients who have conditions and symptoms that have worsened and are harder to diagnose, such as side effects from chemotherapy, prescription drugs and diabetes. "The main reason why people come to us is that they have heard about the side effects or problems with certain types of medications and prescription drugs, or they may be wary of following a drug treatment plan for long term care." Horn said.

if you are experiencing debilitating pain, numbness, and tingling, they are likely caused by neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is a common condition that affects 21 million Americans, and once identified can be successfully treated without the use of drugs and surgery. Too many physicians want to rush you out of the office without really listening and give you yet another pill to mask your symptoms. Our doctors take your condition very seriously, as we believe it is critical to help prevent your balance problems, falls and fractures that neuropathy can cause. We will sit down with you to determine if you're an eligible candidate for this groundbreaking treatment and review all of your treatment options.

More than 30 Years of Neuropathy Treatment Experience

Are you suffering from the effects of peripheral neuropathy? If so, you're not alone. That's the bad news. The good news is that there is a true breakthrough in treating peripheral neuropathy in treating peripheral neuropathy that may help you gain your life back again. 

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Breakthrough For Peripheral Neuropathy Sufferers 

Clinical Studies Reveal:

The debilitating pain, numbness and tingling experienced by patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy can be successfully treated - without the use of drugs and surgery. That may be easy to say if you're NOT the one that's been diagnosed with peripheral neuropahty. 

We believe that you deserve better when it comes to the treatment of your neuropathy

Too many physicians want to rush you out of the office without really listening and give you ye another pill to mask you symptoms.

Our doctors take you condition very seriously, as we believe it is critical to prevent the balance problems, falls, and fractures that neuropathy can cause. We will sit down with you to determine if you're a candidate for this groundbreaking treatment, and review all of your options.

At Advanced Medical & Wellness we like to think that we combine the newest and most cutting-edge technologies with good old-fashioned patient care. 

"The Programs Are Tailor Made For My Problem"

Hi, I'm here to tell you my experience with my neuropathy program.I'm talking about Dr. Dan. About a year-and-a-half ago I was teaching line dancing, and I found that my left foot was getting really, really feeling bad and burning, so I had to give up the line dancing program. And I'm very active in sports and exercising and I got to the point where it was just hurting me too bad. So I had this, saw this ad in one of the newspapers about Advanced Wellness, and I decided to come in and listen to his program. Well, when I got here everything he said applied to me. Those were all the symptoms I had and I thought gee, I have to do this. I have to do something to try and help myself to get better. So my husband and I came in to hear what the program would be, and we decided I should do it, and I'm so glad I did because right at this point I feel like I'm a hundred percent better. I can do all the thingsI did before and I am just so thankful that I came for Dr. Dan’s program. The nutrition part, the vitamins, the exercise program, all the programs he gave were great and they just help me really continue my life. I celebrated my 80th birthday and I feel like I'm 15 back and I just thank the Lord that I took this program and I'm feeling as good as I did,

amen.

Lucille

"I Have Never Felt Any Better"

Since I've been coming to the Advanced Functional Wellness and working with Dr. Dan, my feet feel over 90% better. I don't have the numbness like I did before, the pain. Most of my pain was from when I was just sitting in the chair and putting my feet up and that's pretty much a 100% fixed. I still get a little tingling or numbness now andthen, but for the most part I'll go a whole day or many days without even thinking about it. Where before I thought about it almost all day constantly, so it's been great.

Glen

"Dr. Horn Has Helped To Start Getting Me Back To My Normal Life"

My level of pain was so bad in my legs, the pins and needle feeling and the numbness in my hands, I couldn't even sleep in a bed at night. So I gave it a shot and I came here for 3 months, took the nutritionals, went through the therapy. I used the red light treatment, the vibrating disk and the electronic stimulator. I've had tremendous success.

John


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Neuropathy Seminar locations

Palantine Seminar Location

Des Plaines Seminar Location

Elgin Seminar Location

Bloomingdale Seminar Location

DR. DANIEL P. HORN, dc

Board Certified In Neuropathy

Leading Wellness Expert,

Lecturer and Inventor

Member Of The International 

Neuropathy Association

Top Doctor 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

Dr. Robert Peck, DC

Top Doctor 2021, 2022, 2023

117 E. Palatine Rd., Suite 102,

Palatine, IL

960 Rand Rd., Suite 214, 

Des Plaines, IL

1750 Grandstand Place, Suite 9, Elgin, IL

130 N. Bloomingdale Rd., Suite 100, Bloomingdale, IL