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Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment Fenton
Regardless if you are experiencing mild, moderate or severe neuropathy we have treatment options to help!
If you are one of our many area neighbors living with Neuropathy you need to understand that you are not alone, there are treatment option available and our team here at Painless Chiropractic of Fenton is here and ready to help you too, just as we have helped so many others.
Call Now to Schedule Your Consultation to see if you are a candidate for care in our Fenton office.
Peripheral neuropathy is a common disorder affecting over 20 million Americans (typically older adults). Surgery and prescription drugs have been a go-to treatment for doctors over the years. Today’s widespread opioid crisis has left many patients searching for alternative solutions. Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, drug-free alternative to treat chronic conditions such as peripheral neuropathy.
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
The peripheral nervous system is a network that sends signals between the central nervous system and other parts of the body. Peripheral neuropathy refers to a range of different conditions that include damage to the peripheral nervous system. Neuropathy can involve the damage of a single nerve or multiple nerves. Symptoms, while rarely life threatening, can range from mild to severe. Common medications prescribed for this condition include Gabapentin and Cymbalta.
Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
There are many causes of neuropathy, including autoimmune disorders, tumors, toxins, injury or infection. One of the most common causes of neuropathy is diabetes. Other causes include herniated discs, spinal stenosis, chemotherapy and cholesterol lowering medications. Genetics also play a part in peripheral neuropathy. Almost one third of cases are from an unknown cause.
Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy
Neuropathy can affect the nerves that control muscle movement and detect sensation. They also affect organs such as the heart, bladder, and intestines. Symptoms may include weakness, numbness, or tingling in the hands and feet. Other symptoms include;
- Stiffness in the hands or feet
- Pins and needles sensation
- Fatigue or restless legs
- Cold hands or feet
- Balance problems
If diagnosed early, Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms can be eased and even eliminated by our peripheral Neuropathy Protocol Call Now or Enter Your Information in the form above.