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Peripheral neuropathy is caused from damage to the nerves that exit the spine cord and travel to your body. This damage can cause weakness and pain in areas of your body the damaged nerves are assigned to travel, also depending on what type of nerve is affected. Commonly associated with intense pain in hands and feet, neuropathy can also be the cause of your decreased balance and coordination, blood pressure, heart rate, digestion and bladder problems.
Trauma or Pressure on Nerves
Statin use (http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/28/8/2082.1.long)
Vitamin Deficiency (B1, B3, B6, B12,)
Exposure to poisons
Numbness and prickling in feet or hands (travel up arms and legs)
Sharp, stabbing, throbbing freezing or burning pain
Blood pressure and heartrate problems
Loss of balance/coordination
Feeling of walking on pins and needles
Discoloration of feet/hands
Dependency on pain medications
Many patients suffering from symptoms such as loss of balance, stabbing, sharp , throbbing, burning pain, muscle weakness, numb feet, feeling of walking on pins and needles have experienced relief at Active Health. Using our whole body approach including specific brain based chiropractic adjustments and nutrition therapy we are able to address nerve pain, and the cause of symptoms. Active Health offers hope to Neuropathy patients to enjoy a more pain- free life.
Your brain 'runs' the most efficient 'programs' possible to keep you moving. The question to ask is whether it has become efficient for you to run a 'sick and tired,' or 'hurt and pain' program. Research shows pain medications are harmful to the body and brain and cause an actual increase in pain sensitivity over time. This might mean the pain you are feeling is due to and / or magnified by the pain medications you use. Opiods in particular are a risky option for pain management. Contact Active Health to learn how safe, effective, drug- and surgery free chiropractic can work for you.
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