Neuropathy is a health condition that causes stabbing pain, numbness and other symptoms as a result of nerve damage. Many individuals with neuropathy find it challenging to enjoy daily life, as this condition often prevents you from doing what you love. With the help of a health specialist at Integrated Health Solutions, however, it may be possible to achieve full function after a diagnosis. We use a number of treatments proven to reduce nerve pain and associated symptoms. If neuropathy is making life challenging, call us today for an appointment. 

What is Neuropathy, and What Are the Symptoms?

Neuropathy refers to nerve damage that may occur in the central or peripheral nervous system. Several types of neuropathy exist, although peripheral neuropathy remains the most common, caused by both chronic diseases as well as idiopathic causes. Usually, neuropathy occurs when nerve axons are damaged. This leads to inaccurate electrical pulses that are supposed to tell your brain when you’re in pain, or if you’re touching something. 

Damaged sensory neurons may inhibit the feeling when you’re touching something, and you may experience: 

  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Burning

For most individuals, neuropathy affects their extremities, including fingers and toes. This can cause lasting discomfort, particularly in certain situations that involve using the hands or feet. There are many things you may not be able to do without experiencing pain. Similarly, numbness can make holding eating utensils, brushing your teeth and getting dressed nearly impossible. Daily tasks may require much more time and energy to do. Learning about your condition can help you understand your symptoms and what it means for your current and future health.  

Causes of Neuropathy

Understanding what’s causing your neuropathy is key to finding the right treatment. There are several possible causes, and in some cases, no known cause is found. A few possibilities include: 

  • Metabolic disorders
  • Infection
  • Diabetes 
  • Traumatic injury

Neuropathy often indicates damage of some kind, whether from an external force like an injury, or an internal problem related to metabolism. Regardless, our team at Integrated Health Solutions can help you find a method that effectively reduces your discomfort. Once you’ve been properly diagnosed, our chiropractors will introduce you to a number of natural, effective treatments for nerve pain and related symptoms. 

Treating Neuropathy

Sometimes, neuropathy can be a tricky condition to treat. This is because treatment involves restoring proper communication between the nervous system and the brain. Fortunately, there are plenty of solutions that involve natural methods. Our chiropractors can help you manage neuropathic pain while achieving the active lifestyle you’re striving for. 

Using a combination of noninvasive measures, it’s possible to treat neuropathy. Lifestyle changes, paired with nerve stimulation techniques, can aid in healing an old injury and reducing inflammation that may be tied to the nerve pain. 

Visit Our Chiropractors Now to Manage Your Neuropathic Pain

Nerve pain of any kind can pose daily challenges. No matter what kind of neuropathy you’re facing, Integrated Health Solutions is here to help. We offer a number of treatments to limit your symptoms and promote better health. You can strive for the active, pain-free lifestyle you seek with our help. To get started, call our office today.

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