Dr. Chousky has been practicing for 18 years in the greater Toronto area and has a large population of patients afflicted with peripheral neuropathy due to a variety of causes. Dr. Chousky has advanced training in both the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy.

With personal knowledge of the devastation neuropathy brought to his family, his grandmother–a double amputee; his focus shifted to finding best practices and healing methods for neuropathic pain. In 2009 he pursued postdoctoral work in the US and learned to diagnose and treat patients suffering with neuropathic pain and symptoms. He then introduced monochromatic infrared light therapy to help improve nerve health and circulation in diabetics. In 2015 another first in Canada he added the Stimpod NMS460 a breakthrough Neuro-modulation device to effectively and safely address chronic nerve pain.

In 2014, Dr. Chousky designed and sponsored a clinical trial for a plant based topical cream to help patients with diabetic neuropathy. Preliminary results demonstrated the cream was effective in restoring circulation in animals with diabetes. The ethics committee approved a double-blind clinical trial in a diabetic human population late 2016.  Completion of the trial is expected end of 2018 and the research will be submitted for publication in a medical journal during 2019.

Our drug free painless treatment options are researched, non-invasive and clinically proven to reduce or eliminate nerve pain, thereby restoring function and quality of life.

Our offices have over 90% patient satisfaction in treating peripheral neuropathy pain.

Every day we have more success relieving Neuropathy Pain!

Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Relief Can Be Achieved Through Treatments Provided Exclusively in
the Greater Toronto Area at the Chousky Centre.

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Chousky Centre’s Peripheral Neuropathy Resource Guide

What is Neuropathy?

Discover everything you need to know about peripheral nerves, and find out why peripheral neuropathy refers to damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord.

What are the Triggers?

Discover the common causes and risk factors of peripheral neuropathy, and whether you could be at risk of suffering from the perils of neuropathy depending on your habits and activities.

What Are the Signs?

Not sure how to determine whether you are exhibiting signs of peripheral neuropathy? Get educated by checking out our illustrated guide to common neuropathic pain symptoms.

Get an Evaluation.

Experiencing signs of peripheral neuropathy? If yes, you should get evaluated by a specialist in the field of neuropathic pain. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Chousky today.