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CALGARY NEUROPATHY RELIEF CENTRE
 

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Why Choose Us

Since 2011, we have been dedicated to helping individuals in Calgary manage peripheral neuropathy. Dr. Brad Pritchard, licensed by the NeuroTCA (Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America), not only treats patients but also trains other doctors in neuropathy care. Our compassionate support staff at each office is committed to your personalized treatment plan. We begin with a thorough initial examination to determine if our specialized treatment protocols are the right fit for you.

Our Services

Services we offer at our Calgary Clinic

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Education

Understanding why you have it. How bad it is,

if its small fibre or large fibre and the possible out comes.

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Physical Assessment

Exam will give us an indication of the severity through results on a scale of 0-74

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Treatment Plan

 Individual plans are set up according to results and health history.

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Follow-Up

Re-exam at specified intervals to make sure symptoms are not returning.

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MEET DR. BRAD
PRITCHARD

When my son was 2 years old he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Not having much knowledge at the time of what the long term implications of this particular chronic disease were, my wife and I did a lot of reading. In the course of our research, one of the major concerns of living with Type 1 diabetes was peripheral neuropathy. We read that peripheral neuropathy is why people with long term diabetes can potentially have bad eyes, bad kidneys and bad feet. What was most disconcerting was that everything we read said there was nothing we could do about it.

I had been studying neurology for a number of years prior to my son’s diagnosis and in my research I came across a doctor in Phoenix that had developed a protocol of treatments that were helpful to those with neuropathy. After reading up on his research it became clear that along with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, there are numerous other causes of peripheral neuropathy including certain chemotherapy treatments and injuries. I decided to go to his clinic to learn first-hand what he was doing with patients even though I was very skeptical. After spending time with Dr. Joe and listening to a number of his patient’s success stories I knew I needed to pursue the training and ultimately provide the treatment at my office here in Calgary.

We have been helping people in Calgary with Peripheral Neuropathy since 2011 and in 2015 I had the privilege of educating and training other Doctors and we now have clinics available in both Saskatoon and Regina. It has been very rewarding to see the success of many people who were told there was no treatment and no hope!

Our Calgary Office

151, 2515 – 90 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB  T2V 0L8

403-452-4800

Our Calgary office is in the Southwest quadrant of the city, just south of the Glenmore Reservoir at the corner of 90 Avenue and 24 Street.

There is easy access to us from 14 Street either using 90 Avenue, Southland Drive, and Anderson Road which all lead to 24 Street. You can also reach us by heading east on 90th Ave from Stoney Trail (Tsuut'ina Trail) SW.

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In Touch

Please provide us with your information and as much detail as you can about your health concerns and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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