Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition that causes pain, numbness, tingling, swelling, or muscle weakness in certain parts of the body. This usually starts in your feet and hands, but other parts of your body can be affected too. Neuropathy pain can be caused by diabetes, toxic exposure from chemo treatments, side effects from medications, genetic conditions, and more. Treatment depends on the cause of neuropathy and in many cases the nerve damage can be reversed. If you have neuropathy, it’s important to see a doctor who specializes in treating neuropathy so they can determine how much nerve damage you have and the best treatment options to stop the progression and repair the damaged nerves. With proper treatment, many people with neuropathy can experience significant relief.
Signs and Symptoms of Neuropathy:
- Temporary or permanent numbness
- Tingling, prickling, or burning sensation
- Increased sensitivity to touch
- Muscle weakness or wasting
- Changes in skin, hair, or nail
- Loss of balance or other functions is a side effect of the loss of feeling in the legs, arms, or other body parts.
The Back Pain & Joint Center of Texas uses a very different approach to treating neuropathy. Our providers are board certified in treating neuropathy and chronic pain from the American College of Physical Medicine. Our specialized treatment protocol aims at healing damaged nerves, reducing pain and numbness from the condition, and restoring balance in your body’s systems so you can overcome chronic pain and start enjoying your life again.
Our approach to Neuropathy:
- No medications
- No surgery
- No side-effects
- User-friendly therapy that can be done in the comfort of your own home
Find Relief From Neuropathy
Don’t stay stuck in your pain, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms check out our services. You deserve to live a life free from chronic pain holding you back. These should be the best years of your life!
Our medical team and chiropractors are experienced in treating neuropathy pain and can help patients get long term relief. We care about helping you find relief, for more information contact us today for a free phone consultation. We can help you find the lasting relief you deserve.