Restless Leg Syndrome

Our board certification to diagnose and treat neuropathy has given us the ability to also diagnose and resolve restless leg syndrome, as neuropathy is a major component of the condition.

Another component is with damaged muscles in the thigh, which will also be identified in our diagnostic process.

Diagnosing Restless Leg Syndrome

There are many dysfunctions that collectively lead to a chronically restless leg situation.
Problems with nerves, blood flow, muscle damage, spinal disc issues, infection, and biomechanical deviations all must be examined and ruled out as potential causes.


We have both the knowledge and technology to solve all potential causes for restless leg syndrome. We will initiate nerve regeneration should nerve damage be involved in either the spine or thigh itself.

The primary symptom for this condition is with the restless nerves of the upper leg, which seem to never relax, causing muscle twitching, tension, and in some cases, low-grade ache.
Eventually, you will develop problems in the muscles of the thigh due to this non-stop restlessness, making things worse.