What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral Neuropathy
There are many new and effective treatments for peripheral neuropathy. No need to suffer any longer.

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Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms

The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy vary based on the type that you have and what part of the body is affected. Symptoms can range from tingling or numbness in a certain body part to more serious effects such as burning pain or paralysis.

• Muscle weakness
• Cramps
• Muscle twitching
• Loss of muscle and bone
• Changes in skin, hair, or nails
• Numbness
• Loss of sensation or feeling in body parts
• Loss of balance or other functions as a side effect of the loss of feeling in the legs, arms, or other body parts
• Emotional disturbances
• Sleep disruptions
• Loss of pain or sensation that can put you at risk, such as not feeling an impending heart attack or limb pain
• Inability to sweat properly, leading to heat intolerance

Our Modern Effective Treatments

Natural Supplements with a topical neuropathy cream provides nutrients and relief of neuropathy symptoms

Medical Massage

Anodyne Therapy

Qutenza Medical Patch

Gabapentin

Class 4 Laser Treatments

Vitamin B-12

Topical Compound Prescription Creams

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