Approximately 21 million Americans are affected by peripheral neuropathy. Although only 30% of peripheral neuropathy is caused by diabetes, diabetes still remains the leading cause of peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral is a term used for the most distal (the nerves in your body, aside from your spinal cord and brain, further down) nerves in our body including those in our feet or hands. A polyneuropathy is a neuropathy pattern, whereby the nerve damage initially starts in both feet and may progress to involve the feet, calves, and fingers/hands.
About This Condition
Signs & Symptoms
Diagnosing Peripheral Neuropathy
How We Can Help
Our doctors will make certain to diagnose you and offer you the newest and most innovative technology available. At our clinic, we mainly focus on conservative and holistic therapies that are the least invasive. Our therapies are successful in dealing with your acute and chronic pain. To relieve peripheral neuropathy, we use a combination of therapies centered around improving circulation in the affected areas. We incorporate brain exercises in conjunction with electrical stimulation to activate peripheral nerves, spinal cord and brain to reduce pain and symptoms. We encourage you to take advantage of the services we are offering at our clinic to get the relief you so need today.
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