Neuropathy Chiropractic Care

Neuropathy is a chronic disorder of the peripheral nervous system that primarily affects the sensory and motor nerves. The word neuropathy literally means nerve damage. And this nerve damage may cause pain, loss of sensation, abnormal sensations, and weakness. However, through our chiropractic care, we can put to an end this pain.

Here is a taste of our treatment

  • We first diagnose the condition
  • Identify the underlying cause
  • Administer effective chiropractic care techniques
  • Then recommend therapies and corrective exercises for easy healing

Advanced Spine & Posture offers a wide range of pain management services, including neuropathy treatments and injury rehabilitation. Contact us today.

woman suffering from neuropathy in hands

Fun Fact

Over 100 types of peripheral neuropathy exist, each with a unique set of symptoms.

Understanding Neuropathy

Neuropathy can affect any body part, but it is most commonly found in the limbs (especially the hands and feet), spine, and autonomic nervous system (ANS). In these areas, it causes movement, sensation, and coordination problems ranging from mild to severe.

Neuropathy is a general term for a group of disorders that affect the nervous system. The most common types of neuropathy include peripheral neuropathy and autonomic neuropathy.

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    Peripheral NeuropathyPeripheral neuropathies are numbness, tingling, burning, or prickling sensations that affect one or more of the extremities (arms and legs). It's caused by damage to the nerves in the feet and legs that carry impulses to the brain.
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    Autonomic NeuropathyThis condition affects the autonomic nervous system (ANS); this condition causes problems with blood pressure regulation and sweating problems. Autonomic neuropathy is often associated with diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, alcoholism, obesity, and lupus.

What Are the Warning Signs of Neuropathy?

Neuropathies can be painful but can also be life-threatening if left untreated. Here are some warning signs that you may have neuropathy:

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    Burning or tingling sensation in your feet or toes.
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    Swelling in your feet, legs, or hands.
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    The weakness in your legs or feet makes it difficult for you to walk normally or stand for long periods (especially after standing).
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    Difficulty walking due to loss of balance or coordination.
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    Numbness or tingling sensations in your hands and fingers, especially on the tips of your fingers.
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    Weakness in your hands, arms, and shoulders makes it hard to grip things tightly or lift objects off the ground without dropping them (called paresthesia).

Chiropractic Treatment of Neuropathy

Chiropractic treatment of neuropathy is based on the premise that the nerves are the body’s communication lines. When they are damaged or disrupted, they cannot carry messages efficiently and can cause pain, tingling, numbness, and muscle weakness.

Chiropractic treatment for neuropathy includes a comprehensive examination by a chiropractor to determine the patient’s particular problem. This examination may include tests such as an electromyogram (EMG) to evaluate nerve function or nerve conduction velocity testing to assess the speed at which electrical impulses travel along nerves.

After determining the extent of your condition, chiropractors will then suggest appropriate techniques to treat your condition.

Have Any Signs of Neuropathy? Meet Our Chiropractor

Experiencing numbness or tingling sensation on your fingers or legs? Visit us for a chiropractic examination. At the Advanced Spine & Posture chiropractic clinic, we treat spinal cord injuries, fractures, nerve degeneration, carpal tunnel, and much more. Contact us today.


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