Have You Tried Everything For Your Peripheral Neuropathy?
Are You Ready for Relief from Peripheral Neuropathy?
Do your hands and feet burn, tingle, or feel numb? Drugs don’t deal with the source of the problem, and a lot of doctors will tell you that you there is no cure. That’s because traditional medicine’s only treatment is to numb the pain. If you have been diagnosed with this painful condition, you might think there is little hope.
At Chronic Conditions Chiropractic, we treat the root cause of the problem with cutting edge technologies that do much more than just relieve pain. These methods can restore sensation and alleviate pain, burning, and tingling by stimulating your body’s own natural healing abilities – permanently.
After a thorough neuromuscular examination of the function of your extremities, including reflexes, muscle control, balance, and alignment of your spine, hips, lower back, and feet, we can prescribe a comprehensive therapeutic regimen for your peripheral neuropathy that is customized for you based on our evaluation.
Peripheral neuropathy is caused by nerve damage in the hands or feet that results in burning, tingling, or loss of sensation. About 50% of diabetics develop neuropathy, but it can affect anyone. It is either the result of damage to the peripheral nerve cells or the axons that transmit signals between the nerve cells and the muscles.
While the symptoms can start suddenly, most neuropathies take years to develop. It often starts with tingling that turns to pain or with weakness of the arms and legs. These sensations make it hard to stand or walk or take care of everyday tasks that require arm strength
Many symptoms can range from numbness and tingling to paresthesia (stabbing feelings) and muscle weakness.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy is a group of nerve disorders that are directly caused by issues from diabetes.
RSD is a combination of symptoms including pain, tenderness, and swelling in the limbs and it is often accompanied skin conditions.
PHN is a condition in which pain arises following the healing of an outbreak of rashes or blisters from complication with the shingles virus.