NerveSpa - Protocol


Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition caused by nerve damage that creates pain as the nerve begins the process of dying, mostly in the hands or feet. Burning, tingling, numbness and the feeling of walking on pins-and-needles is associated with this condition. This painful condition causes difficulties in standing, walking, and holding objects for long periods of time.

While there is no cure for neuropathy, there are essential and clinically studied treatment options which have shown efficacy of slowing the progress of the condition, quelling the symptoms, and in many cases reversing some of its effects.

These essential treatments are most effective when used in concert and on a daily basis until you achieve an aggregate milestone of 90 plus treatments from each modality.

Protocol: Consistency of use is key, and we recommend using each modality for 30 minutes per day – 5-6 times or more per week. And in a consecutive period of time. The results are predicated on the aggregate effect, and the combinational approach. Using all treatment options in a concert of consistency is what will drive the best results.

After reaching the 90+ treatment milestone of use for each of the above therapies, treatments can then be pared back into a maintenance program. Although, diet, exercise and supplementation should be maintained as a part of the daily formula for long term results.

Nervespa - Treatment Protocol


The Nerve Spa Joint Pro is a drug alternative, noninvasive treatment intended for the reduction of pain and symptoms of Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid of the joint.

Due to the unique combination of proprietary electrotherapy and compression, the system may provide both pain relief and therapeutic results to the affected area.

Protocol: The Nerve Spa Joint Pro operates a 30min + 2 hour program that is designed to be used daily, 5 times per week, for 6-9 months.

Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of joint pain Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis (degenerative arthritis) that is caused by the breakdown and eventual loss of the cartilage that is in between your joints. Cartilage is a protein substance that serves as a "cushion" in your joint.

As the cartilage breaks down, the bones begin to rub against each other, resulting in damage to the surface of the joint. Pain and discomfort will occur, preventing you from being able to exercise and stay active. It can result in significant disability. Osteoarthritis is synonymous with aging, and it can be inherited. Scientists now believe that it is mainly caused by a combination of these factors as well as obesity and joint injuries. Among the more than 100 different types of arthritis conditions, osteoarthritis is the most common, affecting more than 20 million people in the United States alone. Osteoarthritis commonly affects the hands, feet, spine, and large weight-bearing joints, such as the shoulder, hips and knees.

Nervespa - Treatment Protocol

The 6 stages of peripheral Neuropathy


Healthy with 100% sensation. Pain free.


Early On-set

Tingling or burning in spots. Some Intermittent pain.


Progressive Early-Onset

Tingling, burning and pin-prick feeling of pain in more prevalent bouts.



Tingling, burning and pin-prick sensation advances. Some restless leg syndrome canbegin and loss of sensation advances. Some trouble sleeping



Severe shooting or burning pain, di&culty walking, di&culty with balance. Numbness and loss of sensation progresses and reduced sensitivity in areas of the feet


Final Stage

Complete loss of sensation, and increased risk of injury to the feet. Complete loss oftemperature sensation, atrophy of the muscle. Susceptible to ulcers or slow healingwounds possibly resulting in amputation.