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Signs of a Peripheral Nerve Injury

Patients with peripheral nerve injuries typically experience one or more of these classic symptoms as described by Dr. Aguila. The good news is that if the pain is a result of a peripheral nerve injury, surgery can usually help.

Nerve Decompression Surgery Helps Injured Vet Heal

Nerve Decompression Surgery Gets Dad Back Up and Running

Brandon was badly injured in a Special Forces Mission while he was deployed in Iraq. For 10 years, he suffered from debilitating pain in his knees radiating down into his legs. He couldn’t play with his kids or be the husband he wanted to be. Then after a decade of suffering he found the answer he had been searching for all along. Watch his powerful story of hope.

Doctor Aguila is among the only surgeons to perform peripheral nerve surgery in the region, including all of Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Iowa and Kansas.

Doctor Aguila trained under Dr. A. Lee Dellon, head of the internationally respected Dellon Institutes for Peripheral Nerve Surgery.

Doctor Aguila has brought the knowledge he gained under Dr. Dellon to Nebraska and has become the region’s most respected peripheral nerve surgeon.

Doctor Aguila can help patients with various types of nerve pain so they can return to work and a more active life. He also works with athletes who have been injured and may require nerve treatment to return to action on the field. Dr. Aguila and his team of surgeons, including Dr. Jason Bailey and Dr. Zackary Gangwer, provide a comprehensive, tailored approach to the surgical management of neuropathic pain.

Neuropathy Pain Healed with Nerve Surgery

Garry’s Neuropathy was so bad several local doctors recommended that he use braces. But Garry refused to give up hope. Thanks to a cousin’s recommendation he found Dr. Demetrio Aguila who offered him a better solution. Watch how Garry got his life back.

Dr. Aguila Offers Non-Surgical Solution for Patient with Postherpetic Neuralgia

Marvin had horrible pain on the top and back of his head. The pain escalated to the point where he blacked out and spent 8 days in the hospital. After seeing many different doctors he finally found Dr. Demetrio Aguila. Dr. Aguila solved his pain problem by offering a correct diagnosis. Best of all he was able to effectively treat Marvin without surgery. Watch his story.

How Dr. Aguila Became a Peripheral Nerve Surgeon

Dr. Aguila was treating an injured veteran for a peripheral nerve injury. He sought help from Dr. Dellon, considered a pioneer in this emerging field. Dr. Aguila wanted to refer this patient to Dr. Dellon but Dr. Dellon had another idea that changed Dr. Aguila’s surgical path.

Peripheral Nerve Surgery Fills a Void for Patients with Chronic Pain

Dr. Aguila is a trained ENT, Plastics and Reconstructive Surgeon. Although he had experience performing Peripheral Nerve Surgery he had no idea that this new field of surgery would dominate his practice. In this short video, he explains the explosive growth of nerve surgery to relieve chronic pain.

Non-Surgical Treatment for Patients with Neuropathy

Dr. Aguila is excited to offer his neuropathy patients a new treatment option that does not involve surgery. Watch how Lisa walked into his office in pain and walked out feeling like a different person.

Chronic Headaches Relieved Through Cold Therapy

Emilie suffered from debilitating headaches. Through her work as a nurse in Dr. Demetrio Aguila’s practice, she learned of a new non-surgical procedure aimed at helping patients with nerve pain. Watch her story and hear how she feels about Dr. Aguila from a patient and nurse perspective.

What Kind of Doctor is Dr. Aguila?

Dr. Aguila explains his deep and varied expertise and training in the specialties of ENT and Head & Neck, Surgery. He is also board-certified in Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery including Microsurgery and Peripheral Nerve Surgery.

Peripheral Nerve Surgery Relieves Pain from Meralgia Paresthetica

Carla was in such bad shape she wanted to “use a chainsaw” to stop her burning thigh pain. She saw eight different doctors but no one could pinpoint the source of her problem until she met Dr. Aguila. In surgery, he discovered an anomaly in her peripheral nerve anatomy.