Minimally Invasive surgery for Peripheral Neuropathy involves the decompression of the posterior tibial nerve, medial plantar nerve, lateral plantar nerve, and the medial calcaneal nerve via very small incisions. This is a life changing surgery for patients suffering from neuropathy, especially diabetic patients. Minimally Invasive Peripheral Neuropathy prevents foot ulceration and amputation as outlined in a publication by A. Lee Dellon, MD.
Dr. Cramer was personally trained by Dr. Stephen L. Barrett who was trained by A. Lee Dellon, MD who is a professor of Plastic and Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, MD. And the inventor of the procedure to treat Peripheral Neuropathy. Dr. Barrett published an article, Decompression Surgery to Reduce Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, which describes the condition and procedure.