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ATTENTION: If left untreated, Your neuropathy may worsen over time.

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  • Numbness

  • Sharp Pains

  • Trouble Balancing

  • Muscle Spasms

  • Muscle Weakness

  • Burning Pain

  • Tightness in Hands & Feet

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electric cell signaling energy waves (EST and ESI)


Experience the transformative power of Electric Cell Signaling! This cutting-edge treatment has been proven to successfully alleviate all types of acute and chronic pain, including neuropathy, intractable pain, and even drug-resistant pain. Not only that, it can also be used to address circulatory issues and improve neuromuscular function through specific parameter signaling for re-education, muscle strengthening, and relaxation of muscle spasms. Don't let pain hold you back any longer. Let us help you get back to living your best life with Electric Cell Signaling


  • Safe, effective, and non-invasive

  • Covered by most insurances

  • Minimal potential for side effects

  • Extremely high patient outcomes and satisfaction

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why Electric Cell Signaling Energy Waves (EST and ESI) may be considered the best treatment for neuropathy



Has gone through the FDA's review process and has been determined to be safe and effective for its intended use.



Many studies have shown that EST and ESI treatments are effective at reducing pain and improving function in people with neuropathy.


The costs of a particular service or treatment are covered by an insurance policies, INCLUDING Medicare



Treatments typically do not require any downtime, allowing patients to return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment that take 15-30 minutes.



EST and ESI are non-invasive treatments, meaning they do not require any incisions or injections.



You may notice some changes in your body's sensations, such as a tingling or warmth, but these should not be painful.

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Thank you for choosing Dr. Jae Hitson as your neuropathy specialist. We appreciate the trust you have placed in us to provide you with the best care possible.

During your consultation with Dr. Hitson, you can expect a thorough evaluation of your neuropathy symptoms and medical history. Dr. Hitson will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have about your condition. She will also conduct a physical examination to assess the extent of nerve damage and any other underlying conditions that may be contributing to your symptoms.

Dr. Hitson will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses the underlying causes of your neuropathy and helps manage your symptoms. This may include a combination of medications, physical therapy, lifestyle modifications, and other treatments tailored to your individual needs.

Our goal is to help you achieve long-term relief from your neuropathy symptoms and improve your quality of life. We believe that with the right care and support, you can regain control of your health and well-being.

Thank you again for choosing Dr. Jae Hitson as your neuropathy specialist. We look forward to working with you and helping you on your journey to better health.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What Is ESC Therapy

ECS therapy, also known as electroceutical therapy or bioelectronic medicine, is a type of treatment that uses low-level electrical signals to stimulate the body's cells and tissues in order to improve their function. There are two main types of ECS therapy: electric signaling therapy (EST) and electric signaling implant (ESI). EST involves the use of a device that delivers electrical signals to the body through the skin, while ESI involves the implantation of a device that delivers electrical signals directly to the body's tissues.

Is ECS Therapy Safe?

ECS therapy is generally considered to be a safe and well-tolerated treatment. Some people may experience minor side effects during or after ECS therapy, such as skin irritation or temporary tingling or numbness at the site of treatment. These side effects are usually mild and resolve on their own within a few days. It is important to note that ECS therapy should be administered by a qualified healthcare provider in order to ensure safety and optimal results.

How Does ECS Therapy Work?

ECS therapy is thought to work by modulating the electrical activity of cells and tissues in the body. By delivering low-level electrical signals to specific areas of the body, ECS therapy is thought to be able to improve the function of cells and tissues and alleviate certain symptoms. The exact mechanisms by which ECS therapy works are not fully understood, and more research is needed to determine how it may be most effectively used for various conditions.

How Many ECS Therapy Sessions Will I Need?

The number of ECS therapy sessions that you will need will depend on several factors, including the underlying cause of your neuropathy, the severity of your symptoms, and your overall health. Some people may experience significant improvement after just a few ECS therapy sessions, while others may require more extensive treatment. In general, ECS therapy is typically administered on a weekly basis over the course of several weeks or months. The exact number of sessions that you will need will be determined by your healthcare provider based on your individual situation.

What Could Happen if I Don't Get My Neuropathy Treated?

From a doctor who treats neuropathy, left untreated it can result serious consequences. Neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can cause a wide range of symptoms, including pain, numbness, and weakness in the hands and feet. If left untreated, neuropathy can lead to a number of complications, including:

Loss of sensation: Neuropathy can cause numbness and loss of sensation in the affected areas, which can increase the risk of injury. For example, you may not be able to feel a cut or wound on your foot, which can lead to infection.

Difficulty walking: Neuropathy can cause weakness and loss of muscle tone in the legs, which can make it difficult to walk or stand for long periods of time. This can lead to falls and other injuries.

Wound infections: Neuropathy can also lead to wounds and sores on the feet and legs that do not heal properly, which can increase the risk of infection.

Amputation: In severe cases, neuropathy can cause the loss of circulation to the feet and legs, which can lead to tissue death and the need for amputation.

It is important to seek treatment for neuropathy as soon as possible in order to prevent the development of these complications.

What Will We Cover On Our Consultation Call?

We will cover several topics in order to get a better understanding of your medical history, symptoms, and overall health. Some of the things that we might discuss with you during the initial consultation include:

Your medical history: We would ask about any previous medical conditions that you have had, as well as any current medications that you are taking. This will help us get a sense of your overall health and any underlying conditions that may be contributing to your neuropathy.

Your symptoms: We will ask about the specific symptoms that you are experiencing, such as pain, numbness, or weakness in the hands and feet. We would also ask about the duration and severity of your symptoms, as well as any factors that seem to make them better or worse.

Your lifestyle: We will ask about your diet, exercise habits, and other aspects of your lifestyle that may be relevant to your neuropathy. For example, if you have diabetes, I would ask about your blood sugar control and whether you are following a healthy diet and exercise plan.

Your treatment goals: We would ask about your goals for treatment and what you hope to achieve through treatment. This will help us determine the best course of action for you and make sure that we are working towards the same goals.

Any additional questions or concerns: We would also ask if you have any additional questions or concerns that you would like to discuss. It is important to us that you feel fully informed about your treatment options and that all of your questions are answered.

Why Is There a $47 Cost For My Initial Consultation?

In our experience as a doctors, We have found that people often take their health more seriously when they invest in themselves through things like medical consultations and treatments. When someone pays for a medical service, it can create a sense of ownership and commitment to their own health and well-being. This can motivate them to follow through with recommended treatments, take their medications as prescribed, and make lifestyle changes that can improve their health.

Additionally, paying for medical services can also create a sense of accountability. When someone invests in their health, they may be more likely to follow through with treatment plans and make an effort to stay healthy in the long term. This can lead to better health outcomes and a higher quality of life.

Overall, investing in one's own health can be a very positive and empowering experience, and it can help motivate people to take an active role in their own healthcare.

Finally, it is important to note that healthcare is a business, and like any other business, medical practices need to generate revenue in order to cover their costs and stay operational. The fee for the initial consultation helps to cover these costs and ensure that the practice is able to continue providing care to its patients.

Do I Get a Refund if I Miss My Appointment?

First, missed appointments represent a lost opportunity for the practice to provide care to patients. When someone misses an appointment, it means that a time slot that could have been used to treat another patient goes unused. This can be particularly frustrating for practices that have long wait times for appointments, as missed appointments can contribute to delays in care for other patients.

Second, missed appointments can also have a financial impact on the practice. Medical practices rely on a steady stream of revenue from patient visits in order to cover their costs and stay operational. When a patient misses an appointment, it represents a loss of revenue for the practice.

Finally, it is important to note that most medical practices have policies in place that require patients to pay for missed appointments in order to deter no-shows and encourage patients to be punctual and reliable. These policies help to ensure that the practice is able to provide timely and efficient care to all of its patients.

While it is understandable that sometimes unforeseen circumstances may arise that prevent a patient from keeping an appointment, in general, it is important for patients to be respectful of the time and resources of the medical practice and to make every effort to attend their scheduled appointments.

Can I Have Someone With Me?

We would generally encourage patients to bring someone with them to their consultation call. Having a trusted family member or friend present can provide several benefits.

First, having someone with you can help you feel more comfortable and supported during the consultation. Medical appointments can be stressful or overwhelming, and having a familiar face with you can help to put you at ease.

Second, having someone with you can also be helpful if you have trouble remembering or understanding all of the information that is discussed during the consultation. Your companion can take notes and help you remember important points that are discussed.

Finally, having someone with you can also be helpful if you have difficulty communicating due to your neuropathy or other medical conditions. Your companion can help you express your concerns and needs to the healthcare provider, and can advocate for you if necessary. In general, it is always a good idea to have someone with you if you feel that it will be helpful. If you are unsure whether or not to bring someone with you to your consultation, you can always discuss it with your healthcare provider. They will be happy to answer any questions or concerns that you may have.

Do I Have to Come To Your Office For The Initial Consultation?

We understand that it can be inconvenient or difficult for some patients to come into the office for their initial consultation. That is why we offer the option of conducting the initial consultation online, either via video conference or phone call. This allows patients to participate in the consultation from the comfort of their own home, saving them the time and effort of traveling to the office.

If you prefer one of these options, we can set up a video conference or phone call at a time that is convenient for you. During the consultation, we will ask you about your medical history, symptoms, and treatment goals, just as if you were in the office. We will also be able to answer any questions or concerns that you may have about your neuropathy and your treatment options.

Overall, our goal is to make the initial consultation as convenient and accessible as possible for you. If you prefer to come into the office for the consultation, that is fine as well. The choice is yours, and we will do our best to accommodate your preference.

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