What Is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is a condition that occurs when your nerve cells become damaged. Neuropathy is also often called peripheral neuropathy. This is because it is usually the peripheral nervous system, which is the system of nerves outside the brain and the spinal cord where the damage occurs.
A variety of factors can cause neuropathy. The number one cause of this disease is diabetes. Trauma and injuries to the body and autoimmune diseases and medications are also common causes of neuropathy.
- Numbness or tingling in hands or feet
- Burning sensation in the extremities
- Muscle weakness
- Muscle spasms
- Loss of balance
Do You Have Neuropathy?
People with neuropathy usually experience numbness or tingling in their hands and feet. People can also experience a burning sensation in their extremities and sharp electric-like pain. Muscle weakness and muscle spasms can also indicate that you might have neuropathy. It’s important to understand that neuropathy symptoms will usually worsen without treatment, and the disease will continue to progress. The sooner you reach out to begin treatment, the better your chances are of becoming symptom-free.
We offer a variety of treatments to help with your neuropathy. Before we begin your treatment, we'll set up a consultation to go over what you've been experiencing and try to diagnose the root cause of your neuropathy. Once we have a diagnosis, we'll suggest a treatment plan that best suits your individual needs. We have multiple treatments to address neuropathy. We use shockwave therapy, functional medicine, and PRP therapy.
- Shockwave Therapy
- PRP Therapy
- Functional Medicine
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