Woman with her right foot on her knee pressing on pain points showing the bones overlayed on the bottom of the foot graphically.

Don't let neuropathy pain hold you back from living your best life!

If you are someone who suffers from neuropathy pain, you know just how debilitating it can be. That constant tingling, burning, or even sharp pain can really get in the way of your daily life. But don’t give up hope just yet!

Chiropractic treatment has been proven to help relieve neuropathy pain in many patients. By working to align your spine and improve your overall nervous system function, chiropractic adjustments can help reduce inflammation and improve blood flow to the affected areas, leading to less pain and greater mobility.

Fast Facts About Neuropathy

50 Percent

Diabetic neuropathy occurs in approximately half of individuals with chronic type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

20 Million+

More than 20 million people in the U.S. are estimated to have some form of peripheral neuropathy.

New Hope for An Age Old Problem

While there is currently no cure for neuropathy, several improvements have been made to manage symptoms. The NeruoMed Electroanalgesia System is designed to relieve pain by applying controlled electrical energy to the affected area. By stimulating the nerves that carry pain signals to the brain, this electrical energy can help alleviate discomfort.

Your neuropathy symptoms may be greatly diminished or may even be eliminated with strategically planned treatments at our clinic.

A person's feet with ants on them imitating the pain that is felt during neuropathy.

Commonly Asked Questions About Neuropathy Treatments

  • Changes in Sensation (Numbness, Tingling, or Burning)
  • Extreme Sensitivity to Touch
  • Pain
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Weakness
  • Incontinence

Neuropathy has many causes. It’s a catchall term for peripheral nerve system disorders. The peripheral nervous system carries instructions from the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) to the arms, legs, internal organs, joints, mouth, eyes, ears, nose, and skin. Skin, joints, and other organs send signals to the spinal cord and brain via peripheral nerves. Damage to these nerves causes peripheral neuropathy, which causes discomfort, numbness, and muscular weakness.

So if you're tired of suffering from neuropathy pain, consider giving chiropractic treatment a chance – your body will thank you!