Dr. Patrick Sartz, D.C.

Neuropathy Mesa AZ Patrick Sartz Meet The Doctor

Dr. Patrick Sartz, DC has been involved with peripheral neuropathy on a personal and professional level for over 55 years.  His personal experience started in 1966 at the age of 12 when his mother began to suffer with it and continued for the next 32 years until her death, spending the last 16 years fully confined to a wheelchair. He began his search to try to find something to help his mother in 1986.

It took over 22 years to discover an actual treatment for neuropathy that was effective, unfortunately not in time to give any relief to his mother prior to her death. Peripheral Neuropathy currently is not curable, but it is treatable, reversible and controllable for over 98 percent of the people that suffer with it. Peripheral Neuropathy is a secondary disease process, always caused by something else, a toxin, metabolic disorder, vitamin deficiency or one of 100 other known causes, it does not develop on its own. Thus, to cure it, the cause must be cured and with 35 to 40 percent of neuropathy sufferers diagnosed with idiopathic neuropathy where the cause is unidentified curing, it is impossible.

Dr. Sartz has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education classes pertaining to peripheral neuropathy treatment. He is a Certified Health Consultant from Foundation of Wellness Professionals, successfully completed the certification courses from Neuropathy Treatment Centers of the America and Blueprint to Neuropathy and is currently working to complete his Board Certification in Neuropathy from the American College of Physical Medicine. He has become one of the leading authorities related to peripheral neuropathy in the southwest. Since 2008 Dr. Sartz has successfully treated 1000’s of patients suffering with peripheral neuropathy. His rate of successful outcomes has increased throughout the years to a point now where 98 percent of his patients enjoy a 65 to 100 percent reduction in their symptoms, and an 80 to 100 percent improvement in their balance which barring unforeseen circumstances can be maintained for life.

With so many different programs being promoted to help sufferers of peripheral neuropathy. Dr. Sartz offers free consultations throughout the year for people who suffer with this debilitating disease to better understand the disease process itself and how to best control it. His office is located at 2150 S. Country Club Drive, Suite 14 in Mesa, call 480-556-1358.

OFFICE HOURS


Monday
8:00am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 6:00pm


Tuesday
Closed


Wednesday
8:00am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 6:00pm


Thursday
Closed


Friday
8:00am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 6:00pm


Saturday & Sunday
Closed


New Neuropathy Patients Are Scheduled
M, W, F: 9:00am, 10:30am, 2:30pm, 4:00pm

Neuropathy Treatment Centers of Arizona

2150 South Country Club Drive, #14
Mesa, AZ 85210
(480) 556-1358