Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is damage to the nervous system that can have debilitating effects on the body. It is generally a result of a traumatic injury, immune system disease, infection, or another condition such as diabetes. Neuropathy can be acute or chronic and impact more than one kind of nerve at once. Symptoms may involve painful cramps, numbness, spasms, muscle loss, impaired balance and loss of coordination.

Early diagnosis and treatment are essential to finding long-term pain relief. Depending on the source of nerve damage, we customize non-surgical recovery options to treat neuropathy. Therapies may consist of acupuncture, deep tissue laser therapy, massage therapy, hand or foot braces, or physical therapy.