What is Neuropathy? Neuropathy, or peripheral neuropathy as it is often called, is a condition that typically results in numbness and tingling in the hands and feet due to poor blood flow. Damaged nerves in other areas of the body can lead to pain, overall weakness and problems with mobility that leave you looking for effective neuropathy relief.
We have natural treatments to relieve your neuropathy pain
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When you visit our pain relief clinic with neuropathy symptoms, we will create a personalized plan that will address the root cause of your pain and provide long-lasting relief.
Neuropathy Pain Relief
To treat the numbness and tingling in your hands and feet effectively for long-lasting results, it’s important to understand and treat the underlying cause of the discomfort.
So often, we just mask the pain with medication, but the pain itself isn’t the actual issue. It’s just a by-product of whatever is happening inside your body.
When you utilize regenerative medicine to treat the root cause of your neuropathy pain, you will experience relief that lasts and you can get back to your normal daily routine in comfort.
Non-Surgical Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy
Regenerative cells that are derived from the Wharton’s Jelly of umbilical cords offer fast and efficient healing of your neuropathy pain. The umbilical cords are donated after a successful cesarean birth and collecting the cells doesn’t harm the baby or the mother in any way.
Some of the benefits of these cells include :
- They are young and vibrant, full of healing elements like cytokines, exosomes, extracellular matrix and growth factors
- They repair and rejuvenate damaged tissue quickly and effectively
- They secrete exosomes that instruct your own cells how to heal more effectively
- The fact that they have yet to develop an immune system means the chance of rejection is almost none
Another treatment we use for neuropathy is called PRP or platelet-rich plasma. This treatment is derived from your own blood after it is drawn in the office and spun in a centrifuge. The platelets separate from the plasma and are then injected into the damaged area to promote healing.
We also offer chiropractic care as an all-natural solution for your neuropathy pain. This physical medicine treatment realigns the body to reduce pressure on damaged nerves, improve overall function, and increase circulation and healing throughout the body.
Additionally, MLS laser therapy has shown incredible effectiveness in improving neuropathic pain. This treatment method uses light energy to penetrate and repair your damaged tissue, encouraging your body's natural healing abilities in order to bring relief to the source of your pain.
Physical Therapy can help improve muscle strength and coordination in neuropathy sufferers. Physical Therapy is specialized movement and exercises that is instructed to patients by a Physical Therapist.
Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) works by sending a Direct Current (DC) to areas of the body experiencing pain. ARP treats a wide range of conditions by signaling the body to send blood to areas it is targeting. This can be very effective for neuropathy.
Acupuncture is an ancient art that has been around for thousands of years. Many turn to Acupuncture for neuropathy relief as the modality stimulates blood flow to help restore the nerve damage.
Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by several different factors that include:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Viral and bacterial infections
- Misaligned vertebrae
- Physical trauma
- Kidney disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
Along with the common symptoms of numbness and tingling, people suffering from neuropathy may also experience restless legs, headaches or migraines, tremors and general weakness, regular fatigue, stiff neck muscles, knee, calf or shoulder inflammation and issues with balance.
If you or a loved one are suffering from neuropathy in Libertyville, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Deerfield or any city in Lake County, call us today at (847) 680-3900 to schedule a free consultation.