Dr. Carney specializes in treating painful peripheral neuropathy by creating a new set of the 3 R’s™
Damaged nerves in nearly 80% of patients
Pain in 71% of patients
Function in 64% of patients
This technique revolutionizes the treatment of pain by healing damaged nerves, rather than just masking the symptoms caused by damaged nerves.
Dr. Carney’s Bio, Accreditations, and Affiliations
Dr. Peter Carney graduated from Williams College with a BA, and from Western Reserve Medical School in Cleveland with an MD. He spent six years as an intern in surgery and resident in Neurosurgery at the Yale-New Haven Hospital.
He is board certified in Neurosurgery and a fellow of the American Association of Neurological Surgery (FAANS). Dr. Carney is on the staff of the Community Hospital of Bremen, and a member of the Beacon Health System.
He is a member of the American Medical Association (AMA), the Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA), American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), The Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS), The American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM), The Neuropathic Special Interest Group (NEUPSIG), The International Association For the Study of Pain (IASP), The Midwest Pain Society (MPS), The World Institute of Pain (WIP), and the Yale Surgical Society (YSS).
What Is Unique About the Treatment That Dr. Carney Provides?
Since his time as a resident at Yale, Dr. Peter Carney has been active in developing innovative methods to improve the practice of medicine. He was part of the first major meeting that promoted the use of the operating microscope in neurosurgery. His presentation on the use of large decompressive craniotomies for head trauma helped to change the existing standards of care for severe head injuries.
In the 21st century, Dr. Carney has promoted the use of non-opioid methods to treat pain (both by healing damaged nerves and teaching patients how to use their own brain power to overcome pain).
Dr. Carney Transforms the Treatment of Pain
Dr. Peter Carney uses treatments and methods that heal nerves, reduce pain and medication use, and improve your ability to function without side effects. These treatments help each unique patient gain control over their pain in order to live a more complete and satisfying life without the burden of constant pain or dependence on medication.