The Center for Integrative Neurology

Kukurin Chiropractic & Acupuncture Network

12409 West Indian School Rd #C304

Avondale, AZ 85392


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        Dr. George Kukurin

           Chiropractic Neurologist


Hello, I'm Dr. George Kukurin and I am licensed to practice chiropractic and acupuncture by the State of Arizona. I have been studying and practicing alternative medicine methods for over 20 years. I have a keen interest in conditions of the nervous system, because I am a former faculty member of the Post Graduate Neurology Department of Parker College. I’m also one of a select few Pennsylvania chiropractic doctor who are Diplomats of the American Chiropractic Academy of Neurology. I have treated thousands of patients suffering from all types of conditions of the nervous system. I have post-graduate education from the Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins and the Mayo Clinic. I have even traveled to Russian to learn laser acupuncture and to Mexico to study nerve regeneration treatments. The  treatments we have pioneered for our neuropathy patients have produced some amazing  results. Our method that been presented to other doctors both at Johns Hopkins Medical School and at the Peripheral Nerve Society scientific meeting.

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Hope & Help for people suffering
from neuropathy

Neuropathy: Finding the right doctor in the Phoenix  area to provide you with safe and effective treatment for your neuropathy isn't easy. The truth of the matter is that there are very few FDA approved treatments for neuropathy. Currently there are only 2-3 drugs that are approved for neuropathy symptoms. So I probably don't have to tell you, that if you have neuropathy, you are pretty much on your own. The bad news is, because there are so few approved treatments for neuropathy, many doctors don't want to be bothered treating people suffering from this disease. They simply don't have anything to offer. The good news is that research is offering hope and help to the thousands of neuropathy patients who previously didn't have many viable options for relief. Researchers are finding promising treatments for patients suffering from neuropathy in some unexpected places. One exciting treatment is acupuncture. A 3 thousand year old therapy that seems to not only relieve the pain of neuropathy, but may actually help damaged nerves to function normally again. There is no current medication that can do that!


There is growing evidence that electronic  acupuncture can not only relieve the symptoms of neuropathy, but may also restore nerve function towards normal.


Another promising therapy is low level laser treatment. If acupuncture is the oldest known treatment for neuropathy pain, laser is one of the newest. And just like acupuncture, laser therapy appears to be able to repair the nerve damage caused by neuropathy. If you have neuropathy, these research findings are really exciting news. In addition to these two promising therapies, there are several amino acids, a number of herbs and some other natural substances that appear to stimulate nerve repair and regeneration. By combining several of these promising therapies together we have been able to provide significant relief and long term benefit for our patients suffering from neuropathy.* The result our patient have obtained using the innovative methods we developed have been, in many cases, truly amazing. So much so that we have presented our results at medical conferences at Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore.     Call now 623.547.4727 or continue reading so you can learn more about how we help people suffering with neuropathy. >>>.



Neuropathy can effect any nerve in the body, but the feet are most commonly affected. Research has shown that acupuncture and Laser treatments can not only reduce the pain of neuropathy, but may also help to heal damaged nerves.

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