When peripheral neuropathy occurs damaged nerves cause burning, numbness, weakness, pain, debilitated balance, and tingling. A variety of problems within the body could be the cause of the damage to the nerves. Toxic blood sugar levels in diabetics, poor circulation, exposure to certain pesticides, genetic variants, and chronic infections are just a few things that can lead to peripheral neuropathy.
Another common cause of peripheral neuropathy due to nerve damage is auto-immunity. With an auto-immune disease, the immune system erroneously begins to attack the body. In many cases, the immune system will kill the nerves, causing peripheral neuropathy.
Do Peripheral Nerves Heal?
According to scientific evidence, peripheral nerves can heal. Once the underlying condition has been addressed, the nerves receive proper support they can heal.
There are a few key factors that determine the chances for the nerves to heal, such as:
- The cause of the nerve damage
- The severity of the nerve damage
- The type of nerve fibers that are damaged
The number of treatments required for the nerves to heal will depend primarily on the severity of the damage and the specific fiber types that are damaged. The main goals of the treatment that we offer include:
- Provide an optimal environment within the body to promote healing
- Increase blood flow
- Stimulate nerves to improve balance and relieve pain
- Reduce brain-based pain
Our premium treatment rejuvenates nerves by restoring blood flow to the feet and hands. Achieve the results that you desire without the risk of surgery or addictive medications.
What Is Peripheral Neuropathy?
What Are The Symptoms Of Peripheral Neuropathy?
You may notice you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy if you’re feeling pain, numbness, and tingling in your hands or feet, sufferers will often have trouble with balance and tasks such as driving, due to being unable to feel the pedals.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
The most common cause of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes, though there are over 100 potential causes, including chemotherapy, toxicity, injury, and more.