Neuropathy Pad Placements Legs And Feet

Pad Placements for the Symptomatic Pain of Neuropathy

Boot/122 Pads
 Use strapped down the back of the calves and across the bottom of the feet, or
wrapped around the foot.
Local/132 Pad (if the stronger Local/132 pad is not available, the Boot/122 pads may be used, one
vertically on the spine, one across the groin, run for an additional 20 minute session for support)
 Lumbar area over L4/5 (support at the dermatomes and blood vessels to the legs and feet)
 Groin on both sides at the femoral arteries and over lymph glands (support blood flow and
lymphatic drainage in the legs)
The figure below is for diagram purposes only, do not stand on the boot or any other pad.
Sit or recline comfortably in a recliner, anti-gravity chair or elevate the feet on a hassock.

Our Founder

David Christenson is the Founder and CEO of Neurocare Pro, serving medical practices across North America. As an expert in the field, David has been a contributing author on the subject of PBM light therapy in various health care publications. He speaks nationally and internationally on the many uses of PBM light therapy, highlighting the research studies done in the areas of brain health, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, and chronic pain relief.

Helping lead the way to understanding red light therapy

In addition, David regularly consults with health care professionals on Photobiomodulation Advanced Modalities with an emphasis on business development for medical practices.