Difficulty standing for long periods or walking without assistance are some of the effects of Neuropathy. In the medical field, our clinic combines cutting-edge technology with traditional patient care.

Eventually, you won’t have to be told, “You’ll just have to live with it,” by your doctor any longer.

Don’t wait any longer!

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy can result from any type of pain that compresses or impinges on a nerve. A herniated disc, for example, could press against a nearby nerve, causing pain.

Unlike other types of pain, neuropathic discomfort is distinct. A person’s brain receives pain signals when a bone is broken, which are carried to it by nerves. The nerves themselves are the source of pain signals in neuropathic pain.

Our clinic’s staff is committed to providing you with natural and non-invasive neuropathy pain relief.

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition in which the nerves in the extremities lose their normal function due to injury or destruction. This interferes with the normal functioning of the nerves. It’s possible that they’ll send a pain signal even if something is hurting you, or that they won’t send a signal at all.

What causes neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a variety of conditions, including:

  • injury
  • systemic illness
  • infection
  • hormonal imbalance
  • certain medications
  • vitamin deficiency
  • an inherited disorder

There are numerous potential causes of peripheral neuropathy. Some people are born with bipolar disorder. It can also be brought on by an injury or another illness.

Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a variety of different conditions, including kidney disease or a hormonal imbalance. Diabetic neuropathy is a common complication of diabetes in the United States.

Peripheral neuropathy can’t be cured, but there are a number of things our clinic can do to keep it from worsening. If diabetes or another underlying condition is the cause of your neuropathy symptoms, our doctor at our clinic will begin treating that condition before addressing your pain and other symptoms.

Achieving true pain relief allows you to go on with your day, stop thinking about temperature and continue your favorite hobbies.

Call us today to book a consultation for effective neuropathy relief in our clinic nearest to your location.

What will happen if I do not treat my neuropathy?

Some viruses and bacteria target nerve tissue.

Viruses including herpes simplex, varicella-zoster (chickenpox and shingles) and Epstein-Barr cause sensory nerve damage and acute shooting pain.

Non-treated bacterial illnesses like Lyme disease can cause nerve damage and discomfort. HIV/AIDS patients can develop peripheral neuropathy.

Rheumatoid arthritis and lupus both impact the peripheral nerve system. Chronic inflammation, tissue damage, and inflammation-induced pressure can all produce significant nerve pain in the extremities.

How is Neuropathy treated?

A Breakthrough for Peripheral Neuropathy Survivors

There are new clinical studies showing that adults 55 years of age and older who suffer from peripheral neuropathy can be successfully treated with natural remedies. When it comes to neuropathy therapy, our doctors think that you deserve the best.

Too many doctors want to rush you out of the clinic and offer you yet another drug to cover the symptoms, rather than actually listening to you.

If you have neuropathy, we think it is our responsibility to help you avoid the balance issues, falls, and fractures that neuropathy frequently results in.

NASA-developed infrared light therapy, whole-body vibration therapy to increase peripheral circulation, nutritional therapy focused on specific areas, and mild electrical stimulation regimens to block brain signals associated with sensory pain are some of the most cutting-edge treatments available today.

Specific procedures are used to improve balance and coordination while lowering foot pain and stiffness, both of which are frequently associated with neuropathy.

We can urge your body to rebuild damaged nerve tissue by restoring circulation to your extremities!

As a bonus, you’ll be able to maintain these changes on your own with simple at-home therapies and nutritional regimens.

During our consultation, we will figure out whether or not this groundbreaking procedure is right for you, and go over all of your alternatives with you.