Back Pain Doctor Near Me in Lake Worth and Delray, Fl
If You Have Neuropathy, We Can Help
Neuropathy is often the product of an unresolved inflammatory response which did not heal properly in the first place. Typically this means treating any pre-existing inflammation which may have led up to neuropathies occurring in the first place by cutting out inflammatory foods/products, liver cleansing with liver support and taking anti-inflammatory supplements.
One of the most common neuropathies you will come across will be diabetic neuropathy. The symptoms are typically described as sharp burning pain, tingling or ‘pins and needles’. These are very uncomfortable symptoms for patients who suffer from neuropathy. When neuropathies become chronic it is best to look at treatments that can get to the root of the problem quickly.
Here at our clinic we offer neuropathy treatment with nutrition and laser therapy.
Our neuropathy treatment starts with an evaluation of your diet. Often times, patients are not getting the right nutrients in their diet that can help to improve neuropathy symptoms. We will work with you to create a meal plan that is tailored specifically for you and your needs. In addition to improving your diet, we also offer laser therapy. This is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-level laser energy to help improve blood circulation and nerve function. Many patients find this to be an effective treatment for neuropathy symptoms.
If neuropathies are not treated properly they can worsen and lead to more serious nerve problems such as neuropathy foot pain. If neuropathy foot pain is left untreated it can lead to ulcers and eventually infection.
We understand that neuropathies are not only uncomfortable, but may also cause you to avoid activity or movement due to the discomfort caused by neuropathic symptoms. We offer treatment as a way to get your life back and reduce neuropathic symptoms like:
- Sharp shooting pains in hands and feet
- Numbness in legs and arms
- Tingling in feet and toes
- Burning sensation on bottom of feet
People who suffer from neuropathy typically fall into one of three groups:
Those at risk for neuropathies because their lifestyle puts them at high-risk (i.e. diabetics).
Those already diagnosed with neuropathies who need neuropathy treatment.
Those who have neuropathic issues that do not stem from an autoimmune disease or pre-existing condition.
To schedule an appointment for a neuropathy consultation, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!