Nerve Damage Peripheral Neuropathy


What Is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Have you experienced weakness, pain, or numbness in your hands and feet? Are you experiencing these symptoms with circulatory problems, digestive issues, and changes in your urination? If so, you may have issues with peripheral neuropathy, a condition treatable by multiple means, including chiropractic care. Think of peripheral neuropathy as an interruption in your body's communication between your brain, spinal cord, and the rest of your body.

Why See Our Chiropractor for Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms?

Light massage, assisted movement, and adjustments can help inflammation associated with the primary cause, potentially alleviating the tingling, numbness, pain, and weakness in your extremities.

At Northwest Wellness Center in Dublin, OH, we will perform an initial assessment and ask you about neuropathy or other symptoms you're experiencing. From there, we'll create a custom treatment plan to reduce pain, swelling, inflammation, and other symptoms.

If you're already seeing a medical doctor or a team of specialists for your health conditions, chiropractic care can be a helpful supplement and vital to correcting your body.

What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

If you have peripheral neuropathy symptoms, you're likely aware of the cause. In the United States, diabetes is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy, though various injuries or traumas can also cause peripheral neuropathy. In addition, autoimmune diseases, hormonal imbalances, blood problems, vitamin deficiencies, infections, and drugs used to treat major medical issues can also cause peripheral neuropathy.

Because this is a secondary presentation of one or more primary causes, chiropractic care is often an ideal treatment for peripheral neuropathy.

Visit Northwest Wellness Center in Dublin, OH, for Relief

Our non-invasive chiropractic techniques focus on gently guiding your body, lessening pain, and enabling you to experience a more active life again. We hope you'll regain strength in your hands and confidence by addressing your chiropractic issues. Call our team at (614) 792-3444 to schedule an appointment.

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