Board Certified Neuropathy and Chronic Intractable Pain
Dr. Thomas Oliver is Board Certified for the treatment of Neuropathy and Chronic Intractable Pain by the American College of Physical Medicine.
- Dr. Oliver is recognized in Top Doc’s of New Jersey for 2019, 2020, 2021
- Dr. Oliver has developed a passion for helping people with neuropathy. His family has suffered significant effects of this progressive disease. His father, mother, sister, grandmother, aunts, and uncle have suffered from this chronic illness. He has family members who are at high risk of neuropathy because of having celiac disease
- Neuropathy is a dysfunction of the peripheral nerves causing pain, numbness, and weakness, typically to the legs and arms.
- There are over 100 causes of neuropathy ranging from diabetes, spinal disc degeneration, statin drugs, chemotherapy, and even idiopathic, which is unknown.
- 24 million people in the country suffer from chronic intractable pain from neuropathy and the number is growing. The mode of treatment of pain with opioids has changed due to the high rate of addiction. There are new, better, and safer treatments now available.
- Dr. Oliver has trained and works with a group of over 300 doctors around the country that have developed a procedure that has been used in over 20,000 patients. Our protocols have been developed by Noble Prize-winning research. These therapies have been developed by Ph.D.’s and MD’s, used by Cancer Treatment Centers of America for patients with severe pain and neuropathy from chemotherapy. Protocols that have had 21 published studies with FDA approval.
- All of our procedures are safe, non-surgical, and drug-free with over 97% effectiveness.
- Dr. Oliver holds a license as a Chiropractic Physician.
He graduated with honors from Logan University in St Louis Missouri. He was President of the Logan University Council for the Advancement of Chiropractic and voted president of his class. He is National and New Jersey Board Certified and has had postdoctoral training in orthopedics, nutrition, cold laser, decompression and vibration therapy, high-speed low force neuromechanical instrument adjusting technique, Xray, MRI, thermography, myofascial and active release techniques, acupuncture, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), physical therapy and rehabilitation.