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Peripheral Neuropathy

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You’ve probably tried every treatment under the sun, but your peripheral neuropathy symptoms just won't fade. The pain, aches and odd sensations are simply becoming unbearable. We have helped many patients throughout North America with their peripheral neuropathy symptoms, and we can help you too.  

The location of peripheral neuropathy symptoms is relative to what nerve is damaged, and can occur in all parts of the body. Neuropathy affects an estimated 20 million people in the US alone, also demonstrating to be a common issue amongst diabetics.

Success Rate:

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Cause of Peripheral Neuropathy:

Unfortunately, about 30% of all neuropathy is diagnosed as idiopathic. This means that the physician could find no clear cause of the pain, which complicates treatment in most cases.
Another 30% of nerve issues are caused by the damaging effects of diabetes. High blood sugar levels severely damage nerves, leading to further complications that only make it harder to stay healthy with this disease. The rest of neuropathy cases are linked to conditions like:
  • Long term alcoholism
  • Exposure to toxins and heavy metals
  • Tumors – even benign lumps can put serious pressure on a nerve bundle
  • Chronic diseases like HIV, AIDS, hypothyroidism, and Lyme disease
  • Diseases and conditions that affect kidney and liver function
  • Nutritional imbalances that lead to B vitamin deficiencies
  • Sudden trauma or daily habits, such as poor posture and a lack of ergonomic office equipment
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What is PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?

Peripheral neuropathy is a result of a damaged peripheral nervous system – which links the central nervous system (the brain and spine) to the extremities of your body. This is the most common type of diabetic neuropathy and has a tendency for targeting the longest extremities, like your arms, hands, legs and feet (because of the long nerves that run within those body parts). It can also be call “polyneuropathy” since more than one nerve is affected.

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Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms:

Serious cases of nerve compression or damage can cause paralysis, loss of consciousness, or breathing problems. However, these severe cases are extremely rare. The most common forms of peripheral neuropathy trigger symptoms like:
  • Foot and ankle pain
  • Inflammation in the knees, calves, or shoulders
  • Limited movement
  • Numbness and tingling in the extremities and limbs
  • Weakness or tremors
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Chronic pain and fatigue
  • Stiff neck muscles

Peripheral Neuropathy Risks:

Peripheral Neuropathy has been connected to a wide variety of health conditions. Apart from the factors that can cause neuropathy pain, the condition itself can also be a catalyst for: 

  • Immune system disorders
  • Repetitive stress
  • Accidents (like burns, trips, falls and bruises)
  • Anxiety and depression

 

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