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About Neuropathy

Neuropathy

Neuropathy is defined as disease, damage or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves, typically causing numbness or weakness. The typical location for neuropathy is in the hands and feet.

Peripheral Neuropathy



Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition that occurs when the nerve fibers carrying messages to and from the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body becomes damaged. This can be from repetitive trauma, infections, metabolic disorders such as diabetes, and also exposure to some heavy metals and toxins.

When and Why You Need Treatment



Pain from neuropathic disease affects daily activities and quality of life for people. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential in any form of Neuropathy.

Chiropractic Care for Neuropathy



Pressure on the nerves that is caused from spinal joint dysfunction can lead to the symptoms similar to neuropathy.

3 Steps to Improving Your Neuropathy

Testimonials

  My feet started to burn at night, and at 31 years old I became very concerned. I'm an avid runner and stand at work for hours at a time. The burning was worse at rest, and was causing me to lose sleep. After weeks of diagnostics and no answers, I decided to take my husband's advice and try chiropractic. I started my MMT and care plan one month ago, and I'm already seeing a result.  

Janine Schmidt

  My mother told me last month that she was having this sudden bout of pain in her feet and hands. It turned out to be a neuropathy condition. She has arthritis but not diabetes, so we started to research possible treatments that might offer her relief. That's when a friend recommended Chiropractic care and motion therapy to us. The motion therapy she's been doing seems to be working! She's a little better, and is very pleased that the treatments are comfortable and relatively easy.  

Michael Lee

  I started feeling sudden pains and aches from locations like the soles of my feet six months ago. I tried ignoring it at first and then when it started to worsen, I started to think I had something dreadfully wrong. When I found out it was neuropathy, likely coming from inflammation, I decided to go for a motion therapy evaluation on a co-worker's recommendation. The adjustments, exercises and maneuvers are comfortable, and I can already feel a difference.  

Owen Lee

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