I'm glad it might be of some help to you. I guess that is what this group is all about. I first used it in physical therapy about once or twice per week. I had spoken with a physical therapist who was retired, but he used to work at the facility and he claimed it helped many of his patients. I believed his testimonial since he would not benefit in any way. I did this for a about two months, and then bought a foot bath unit for myself. I did it once per day for about two weeks straight. I did not notice any significant reduction in pain. I still use it once in a while because it feels good when I am using it. Maybe I didn't try it for a long enough period. I also tried the Inspirastar Frequency Specific Microcurrent machine (FSM). It is similar to the ReBuilder, but it is at a much lower current. It supposedly finds a specific frequency to heal your nerves. I tried this for a month (rented it) without any pain relief. It gets pretty discouraging trying all of these "cures" without any good results. I have neuropathy in my feet, legs, hands and arms from a failed cervical steroid shot. I also have collapsed discs in my neck. Maybe it will help with your problem. Good luck!