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Neuropathy

Chiropractic Treatment for Neuropathy

Neuropathy, often referred to as “peripheral neuropathy,” is a condition that leaves patients with numbness, tingling, and nerve pain in their extremities, particularly their hands and feet. Peripheral neuropathy is a chronic condition, and is caused by underlying nerve damage. While there is no cure for neuropathy, there are various treatment options available to alleviate the symptoms. At NJ Spine and Wellness, we use non-invasive chiropractic treatment for neuropathy, which can greatly reduce pain and discomfort, while also alleviating the severity of your symptoms over time. We provide our expert services to patients in Old Bridge, Matawan, Freehold, and the surrounding New Jersey counties.

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Who Is at Risk for Neuropathy?

As previously stated, neuropathy is the result of nerve damage. That said, nerve damage can have many different causes and effects in the body. Neuropathy is especially common among diabetic patients, with more than half of diabetic individuals experiencing the adverse effects of condition. However, it can also be caused by severe injury or even infections. In short, while diabetic patients are at higher risk of neuropathy, anyone who has experienced nerve damage is susceptible.

Chiropractic Treatment for Neuropathy

Since there is no cure for neuropathy, the condition can reduce a patient’s quality of life and greatly interfere with daily activities. Nerve pain, numbness, and tingling in the extremities can make it difficult to walk, exercise, carry heavy items, or even pick things up. Without treatment, these symptoms will not go away and may even worsen over time, making it increasingly difficult to live your life in comfort. 

Some nerves have different functions in the body than others. This means that some nerves can affect your ability to feel temperature, while others can directly affect your motor skills. In any case, pain medication and similar neuropathy treatments cannot address specific symptoms, they can only reduce the pain. As a result, you may see little improvement with your condition with medication alone.

Thankfully, these uncomfortable symptoms (numbness, tingling, and pain) can all be successfully treated with chiropractic care. While pain medication will provide some relief, it does not address the root cause of neuropathy: nerve damage. This is where chiropractic treatment comes in. Chiropractors can address the affected parts of the body, while also discovering different areas that trigger pain and discomfort.

Treating Neuropathy with NJ Spine and Wellness

Are you or is someone you love suffering from the adverse effects of neuropathy? Are you looking for a natural, non-invasive treatment plan to manage pain and discomfort? If so, a trained chiropractor at NJ Spine and Wellness can provide the care you need. Every case of neuropathy is unique, and we develop a treatment plan that is based around each patient’s specific needs and goals. To learn more about chiropractic treatment for neuropathy in Old Bridge, Matawan, or Freehold, contact us at NJ Spine and Wellness today! 

 

 

 

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