Peripheral Neuropathy translates into “damage of a nerve”. Symptoms typically manifest in many different forms and can present as pain, tingling, numbness, weakness and balance problems typically in the hands or feet.
Peripheral neuropathy can result from traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes and exposure to toxins. One of the most common causes is diabetes mellitus, however any form of neuropathy can be serious and should be addressed.
Many times the symptoms can be intermittent, like when you wake up in the morning and gets better once you begin moving, but it can become constant and chronic based on sub-optimal lifestyles, brain function, and blood chemistry/metabolic status.
In our office we evaluate every individuals nervous system and blood chemistry to make sure we identify the underlying cause of the neuropathy, then we begin our nerve rebuilder therapy to rehabilitate your peripheral nerves.