Is the numbness and tingling of peripheral neuropathy causing limitations in your life? If you have sensitivity in your hands, legs, and feet and want an effective, long lasting solution, we have treatments that may help.
Chiropractic care and Physical therapy can help you find the long-term pain relief from neuropathy you’ve been looking for.
Symptoms And Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy results in damaged nerves causing pain, weakness, and mobility issues for many sufferers.
Poor circulation results in a lack of blood flow leading to the symptoms, which include:
- Numbness in hands and feet
- Tingling in hands and feet
- Restless legs
- Balance problems
- Stiff neck muscles
- Chronic pain and fatigue
- Limited range of motion
- Headaches and migraines
- Inflammation of the knees, calves, or shoulders
- Foot and ankle pain
Some of the causes of peripheral neuropathy include:
- Autoimmune disease
- Kidney disease
Schedule a consultation today to learn more.
Treatments Options For Nerve Damage
Chiropractic care and Physical therapy work with your body’s own healing mechanism to resolve the underlying cause of neuropathy pain.Chiropractic care is one of the treatments we use to treat the symptoms of neuropathy. Since neuropathy affects the nerves, it only makes sense that relieving pressure on compressed nerves may offer some help. Chiropractic adjustments are gentle and non-invasive, realigning misaligned vertebrae, reducing inflammation, and providing pain relief at the same time.
Physical Therapy – Physical therapy includes a variety of exercises, stretching, therapeutic modalities, and consultation. The goal is to address and alleviate movement and range of motion issues. Physical therapy can help increase strength in limbs that may have weakness due to the underlying neuropathy. Physical therapy can help a patient improve their balance, strengthen their muscles and increase blood flow to the area of focus.
If you or a loved one are suffering with neuropathy in Lanham, Hyattsville, Riverdale, Laurel, Wheaton, Silver Spring, College Park, Landover, or any nearby city, call us today at (301) 585-0444 to schedule an appointment. We will assess your condition and create a custom treatment plan designed to get you long lasting results.