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Chiropractic Treatment for Neuropathy in Shelby

Neuropathy is an umbrella term used to describe painful nerve disorders caused by diseases or injuries. Nerve damage occurs when the protective "skin" (myelin) encasing nerve cells degenerates and interferes with the transmission of electrical signals to the brain. As neuropathy worsens, nerves eventually begin short-circuiting and can no longer send signals or transmit false signals. This is why neuropathy produces pain, tingling, and numbness in your extremities, especially the feet, lower legs, and hands. Chiropractic care provided by your chiropractor in Shelby can naturally and effectively decrease nerve pain, numbness in feet, foot pain and other health issues associated with neuropathy.

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Causes of Neuropathy

Nerve damage arises from mostly chronic diseases affecting the circulatory system and chemical composition of blood. Although diabetes is the number one cause of peripheral neuropathy, your Shelby chiropractor also treats neuropathy produced by hypothyroidism; amyloidosis (accumulation of proteins in the body); vitamin B12 and B1 deficiencies; inflammatory illnesses; excessive alcohol consumption; kidney disease and radiation treatment. A less common autoimmune disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome also damages nerves and promotes systemic neuropathy.

Symptoms of Neuropathy

People suffering diabetic neuropathy experience recurring tingling, itching, burning and numbness in their feet, ankles and sometimes in their fingers. Rubbing numb feet vigorously may bring minimal, short-term relief but numbness usually returns rapidly during a neuropathic incident. When neuropathy affects other areas of your body, you may feel sudden, shooting pains or cramps if your hands are affected and you try to grasp and hold onto something. Gait abnormalities, problems with balance, muscle atrophy and weakness are also side effects of untreated neuropathy.

How Chiropractic Treatment Can Relieve Nerve Pain

The Key to relieving symptoms of neuropathy is the ability for damaged nerves to receive rich amounts of nutrients and oxygenated blood essential for nerve health. Your chiropractor near Shelby offers a variety of chiropractic techniques such as adjustments, electrical stimulation, ultrasound therapy and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to increase circulation, encourage new capillary formation and support cellular energy levels based on the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In addition to these numerous benefits, holistic treatment for neuropathy improves the functioning of your lymphatic system to reduce inflammation, swelling, and pain caused by neuropathies.

At Carolina Chiropractor Plus, our neuropathy patients also enjoy a state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation suite consisting of specialized equipment meant to improve their overall health and well-being. If you suffer following the development of a personalized treatment plan addressing your specific neuropathic symptoms, your chiropractor in Shelby may suggest taking advantage of our rehab suite to further help eliminate nerve pain, foot pain and uncomfortable numbness in feet.

Contact Carolina Chiropractor Plus in Shelby for More Information Today!

Start taking control of your neuropathy by scheduling an appointment with Shelby chiropractor Dr. Berkowitz today. Contact us at Contact us at (704) 482-0135 to learn more about how chiropractic modalities have helped many of our patients suffering a variety of painful neuropathies

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