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The New Jersey Peripheral Nerve Surgery Restoration Team is made up of a group of  surgeons who share an interest in peripheral nerve surgery. If you or your family member suffers from peripheral neuropathy we hope this website can serve as a focal point for new information and research on the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy. The surgeons have received specialized training in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of peripheral neuropathy through the Dellon Institutes for Peripheral Nerve Surgery. These physicians have access to the latest diagnostic and therapeutic advances for the treatment and management of peripheral neuropathy.

The most common form of peripheral neuropathy is diabetic peripheral neuropathy which afflicts millions of Americans, contributing to the largest number of non-traumatic amputations in the United States.

Other causes of peripheral neuropathy are related to alcoholism, various chemotherapeutic agents, certain drugs, Hansen’s disease, as well as, a large group known as idiopathic neuropathy (unknown cause). There are several scientific studies available that suggest an underlying theme with many of these varying types of peripheral neuropathy. The nerve shape in many of these peripheral neuropathies may be causing a compression or squeezing of the nerve in tight tunnels that the nerves must pass through.

The team is currently made up of a total six surgeons. Each one of the member specialists has his or her own private practice and their practice information can be found on their biography page. The various locations of surgeons include Belleville, Aberdeen, Summit, Trenton and South Plainfield.


The New Jersey Peripheral Nerve Surgery Restoration Team