Peripheral Neuropathy Therapy

What is neuropathy? Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) is sometimes called idiopathic peripheral neuropathy, motor neuropathy,or simplyneuropathy.Peripheral neuropathy symptomsinvolve numbness, tingling, burning, coldness and sometimes redness of the lower legs and feet mostly, and is sometimes called peripheral neuropathy feet orneuropathy feet, but can also include the forearms and hands. The cause is a malfunctioning nervous system, affecting the delicatebalance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic components of the autonomic aspect of the nervous system. Neuropathy causes often involve diabetes, but there are also other contributing factors that result in neuropathy symptoms. Occasionally, neuropathy can overlap symptoms of cervical cancer, or symptoms of colon cancer, but fortunately this is rare.

Getting sugar balance under control is important, and that may be achieved naturally in certain patients. PN sufferers usually also have a condition in the brainwhere the mesencephalon overfires, causing an overstimulus of the nervous system in the body, upsetting the balance of nerves in the legs and sometimes the arms. Some even haverestless leg syndrome (RLS).Does this sound like you?

In addition to the searing neuropathy pain and intense numbness, sleep patterns are disturbed, leading to constant fatigue, which can lead to irritability, mood swingsand sometimes depression. Other symptoms such as anxiety, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, dizziness, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and digestive disturbances may be present.

This is because an overfiring mesencephalon can affect the other parts of the brainstem, the pons and the medulla oblongata, whichare the control centers for respiration, cardiovascular responses, and digestion. Are any of these things bothering you?

The mesencephalon overfires due to an imbalance between one side of the cerebellum (balance and coordination) and the opposite hemisphere higher up in the cortex, where many other senses are perceived, sleep is controlled, and conscious thought occurs. This is why very often, those with PN also have memory issues, insomnia, foggy thoughts, decreased smell, etc. Does any of this sound familiar?

When urine, saliva and blood tests are combined with gentle brain stimulation techniques, neuropathy treatment can be very effective for balancing blood chemistry and the nervous system.

As chiropractic neurologists,we do things differently. A thorough examination is performed, identifying the weak areas of the brain, then using various techniques with the use of light, sound, smell, vibration and othersto stimulate underperforming, and calm overperforming areas, the brain is retrained (neuroplasticity), leading to a more balanced state. Symptoms generally quiet down, and peace is restored. This is how peripheral neuropathy treatment works. Is this desirable to you?

Contact our office to schedule a consultation, by calling (772) 287-7701. Our friendly and efficient staff are happy to serve you. Are you ready to start living a more normal life?

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