Peripheral Neuropathy occurs when nerves in the hands, arms, legs, feet and shoulders are damaged. People that suffer from this often experience weakness, tingling, loss of sensation, cramping and more, creating a loss of functionality and a decrease in their quality of life.
First Things First
The first step is for our team of Medical Professionals to evaluate and determine the location of the damaged or compressed nerve. With this knowledge we can then begin to develop a comprehensive treatment plan.
Not Always an Injury
A common cause of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes. Elevated blood sugar can not only effect circulation but can be toxic to peripheral nerves. A comprehensive approach including diet counseling, cellular restoration, functional and physical medicine will quickly get you on the road to relief.
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