Peripheral Neuropathy

Help For Peripheral Neuropathy Pain in Butler PA

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What is peripheral neuropathy?

The peripheral nervous system is responsible for sending messages from the brain and spinal cord to the remaining body parts and systems. Peripheral neuropathy occurs when there is damage to the peripheral nerves. As a progressive condition, neuropathy gradually worsens over time. If you fail to seek proper treatment for this condition, nerve damage can reach an irreversible point where treatments are less effective. 

Peripheral nerves send sensory information back to the brain and spinal cord, such as a message that the feet are cold or a finger is burned.

Damage to the peripheral nervous system interferes with these vital connections. Like poor connection to a cell phone tower, peripheral neuropathy distorts and sometimes interrupts messages between the brain and the rest of the body.

Patients with peripheral neuropathy often experience chronic tingling, numbness, weakness, or burning pain – making peripheral neuropathy relief in California essential for a good quality of life. They often find it:
Difficult to walk
Hard to sense if they are going down stairs properly
Difficult to know if they have injured the affected area
Are generally are miserable because of the chronic pain they often experience
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The signs of neuropathy

Neuropathy often presents as pain in the hands and feet often accompanied by numbness and weakness. Although the problem is most common in the hands and feet, symptoms may occur in other body parts as well.

Signs of neuropathy include:
Burning or pain in the hands or feet
Difficulty sleeping due to leg and foot discomfort
Extreme sensitivity to touch and light
Leg Cramping
Muscle Weakness
Pain When Walking
Poor Coordination
Prickling or tingling in the hands or feet

How is neuropathy treated?

At the Center For Pain, Relief & Longevity, Dr. Ram Parikh prioritizes adequate diagnostic testing and evaluation to detect neuropathy and pinpoint the underlying causes. Your Butler, PA chiropractor uses a revolutionary treatment method to greatly reduce the pain of neuropathy. A collection of careful and precise techniques are used in conjunction with an electro-stimulation procedure. Together these neuropathy treatments help to decrease pain, swelling, and inflammation, enabling those who suffer from this condition improved sensation and mobility in their legs and feet.

To learn more about the breakthrough neuropathy treatment provided at the Center For Pain, Relief & Longevity, contact the office. We also use cold laser therapy to increase circulation, decrease pain and regrow cartilage. Trigenics can be used to lengthen and strengthen muscles.

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