Peripheral Neuropathy

Our neuropathy treatment offers an alternative to medications and can rehabilitate damaged nerves

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a degenerative nerve condition that is often overlooked until it’s too late to treat effectively. Most people suffering from peripheral neuropathy experience numbness in their hands or feet, or strange nerve pains described as ‘burning’ or ‘shooting pains.’ Common medical treatment consists of anti-epileptic prescription drugs. Unfortunately, these medications only mask the pain temporarily and they affect all nerves, not just the ones impacted by neuropathy.

There are numerous causes for neuropathy, ranging from diabetes to chemotherapy treatment, and nerve compression syndromes. Many cases are diagnosed as idiopathic, meaning that the cause is unknown. Fortunately, recent advances in treatment are offering relief even for idiopathic peripheral neuropathy sufferers. For many patients, our treatments are able to stop the progression of nerve damage and reverse the effects of degeneration. Call or fill out our contact form to get in touch with Sound Pain Solutions to learn more about our non-surgical and drug-free neuropathy treatments.

Picture of person holding their heel with heel pain, peripheral neuropathy

Signs of Peripheral Neuropathy:

  • Burning pain
  • Cramping
  • Sensitive skin
  • Leg or foot pain
  • Prickly or tingling feeling
  • Electrical shock-like pain
  • Muscle weakness
  • Impaired balance/falls
  • Disrupted sleep due to pain or muscle cramping
  • Numbness and pain in the hands or feet
  • Pressure – feeling like socks are balled up

Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

  • Diabetes Type 1 or Type 2
  • Statin Drugs
  • Nerve Entrapment Syndromes
  • Nerve Compression due to Disc Protrusion or Stenosis
  • Chemotherapy Treatment
  • Vascular Compromise
  • Chemical Toxins/Heavy Metals
  • Nutritional Deficiencies like low B12, Folic Acid, or Minerals
  • Heredity/Genetic Abnormalities
  • Auto-immunity due to Food Sensitivities
  • Anemia
  • Impaired Gut or Liver or Kidney Function

Do You Have Peripheral Neuropathy?

Fill out our questionnaire and see if you are a good candidate for treatment.

Our Approach to Treatment

The unique treatments offered at Sound Pain Solutions clinics don’t mask the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. They are designed to regain lost nerve function. Healthy nerves don’t send signals of sensations that aren’t really there. Improved nerve metabolism and function means less pain, less numbness and tingling, normal sensation and better balance.

Candidates that qualify for treatment generally experience a reduction in their neuropathy symptoms in a matter of weeks. Also, most patients experience increased stamina and enjoy better balance that leads to a healthier more active lifestyle.

Non-Surgical & Drug-Free Treatment Options

Bio-Electrical Therapy

Our bio-electrical therapy restores the function of nerves by pulsing electrical signals through the area of impaired function. The result is increased cellular repair, reduction of pain and inflammation, increased circulation, and restoration of function.

Class IV Non-Invasive Laser

Class IV laser therapy uses specific wavelengths of light to create therapeutic effects. Cells can absorb photons of light that can accelerate the repair of managed nerves and provide relief to symptoms including pain, swelling, and limited range of motion.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

The root of nerve degeneration and pain is often related to a spinal condition. If a nerve is receiving pressure from a spinal disc, numbness or nerve pains in the extremities may occur. Nonsurgical Spinal Decompression works by gently stretching the spine, using an advanced piece of equipment. This change takes pressure off the spinal discs by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, bulging or herniated discs may retract, taking pressure off nerves in your spine. Spinal decompression promotes movement of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the discs so they can heal.

Clinical Nutrition

Diet and nutrition can play an integral role in helping your body heal. Eating a healthy diet and giving your body the vitamins and supplements it needs can help speed recovery.

For more information, see the report on peripheral neuropathy written by Mark Shelley.

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