A Neuropathy Therapy Clinic You Can Trust
Peripheral neuropathy is categorized as a chronic pain condition that can result in debilitating effects on the body. The condition can impact several nerves at one time, which can lead to pain and weakness throughout the body. We customize non-surgical recovery options to treat neuropathy and help our patients feel their best. Therapies may consist of acupuncture, deep tissue laser therapy, massage therapy, hand or foot braces, or physical therapy.
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
The peripheral nerves connect the brain and the spinal cord to muscles, internal organs, and skin. If one or more of the nerves coming from the spinal cord is damaged, specific areas of the body will be damaged, too. People with peripheral neuropathy can experience:
- Impaired muscle movement.
- Prevents normal feeling and sensation in the legs and arms.
- Can cause pain.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
Three types of nerves can be affected by neuropathy, including:
- The sensory nerves, which affect the feet and hands.
- Motor nerves, which cause weakness in the feet and hands.
- Autonomic nerves, which control body systems like the cardiovascular or digestive systems. Blood pressure and heart damage can occur in people with neuropathy in the autonomic nerves.
What are Common Neuropathy Symptoms?
- Tingling and numbness.
- Pins and needles feeling.
- Either increased pain or numbness.
- An inability to feel changes in hot and cold temperatures.
- Poor coordination.
- Burning, stabbing or shooting pains, which may increase at night.
What are Potential Risk Factors for Peripheral Neuropathy?
- A combination of chronic conditions.
- Being over the age of 55.
- Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes.
- Hormonal imbalance.
- Chronic inflammation.
- Autoimmune problems.
- Adrenal gland issues.
- Statin medications.
- Poor diet.
- Trauma to the nerve.
- Toxic exposure.
- Excessive alcohol consumption.
- Vitamin B12 and folate deficiencies.
- Cancers and lymphomas.
Diabetes remains one of the primary causes of neuropathy. The excess blood sugar destroys nerve endings in the hands and feet.
How Does The Campbell Medical Clinic Neuropathy Program Work?
The Campbell Medical Clinic Neuropathy program works to relieve the body of the stresses that affect nerves in the body and cause neuropathy. Free initial consultations are provided so that our patients can enjoy the benefits that treatment provides without waiting to be able to afford treatment.
The Campbell Medical Clinic peripheral neuropathy treatment program works by using non-surgical treatments to address the causes and symptoms related to neuropathy. The highly skilled medical team will determine what is causing your neuropathy pain and work to provide natural treatments with the latest technology to improve circulation and reduce the pain that comes with neuropathy.
How Do I Know If This Will Work For Me?
Since all neuropathies and patients are unique, an in-person consultation is required to prescribe the most effective treatment options. Campbell Medical is excited to offer a FREE new patient consultation with our team to evaluate your pain and provide direction on treatment options. We want to meet you, discuss your needs, and explain how we can help you live a life free from pain. You have nothing to lose, but your pain. Call us today to schedule your FREE consultation!
Non-Invasive Neuropathic Pain Treatment
Our highly skilled pain management practitioners provide natural and non-surgical treatment modalities designed specifically to meet your healthcare goals. If left untreated, peripheral neurology may spread to adjacent areas, including arms and legs. Early diagnosis offers the best chance for further damage to your peripheral nerves. Our goal is to find the problem, manage the condition and to relieve symptoms. We customize each program to cater to the individual, and we only use the most state-of-the-art technology to alleviate the pain associated with peripheral neuropathy.
Contact the Doctors at Campbell Medical Clinic in Houston Today!
We offer free initial consultations, so schedule your appointment today. If you are ready to be rid of your peripheral neuropathy pain once and for all, call the specialists at Campbell Medical Clinic at 832-460-6468 to schedule a free consultation.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.
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Call 832-460-6468 for a free consultation with our team.