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What is neuropathy?

Neuropathy is damage or disease affecting nerves.  This affect sensory, autonomic or motor nerves.  This damage can lead to impaired sensation, movement, gland & organ function.

How do I know if I have neuropathy?

There are some diseases that can cause neuropathy, such as kidney disorders or hypothyroidism.  Other causes include:

– injury

– Diabetes

– Physical Trauma

– Alcohol & Toxins

– Infections & Autoimmune disorders

– Medications

– Cancers

What are the symptons of neuropathy?

– Tingling & Numbness

– Muscle weakness

– Pins and needles and hypersensitivity

– Increased pain or the loss of ability to feel pain

– Skin, hair or nail changes

– Reduction in sweating

What should I do now?

Schedule your free consultation today, and see how we can help alleviate these symptoms and help regain your strength and balance.