Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology Relief for Plymouth Neuropathy

Nerve pain is neuropathy. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology treats Plymouth neuropathy with Plymouth chiropractic care. Burning, stabbing, numb pain in the arms, hands, feet, leg, toes, fingers is neuropathic pain. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology often sees neuropathy with Plymouth back pain and sciatica. Neuropathy is caused by a variety of potential issues like pinched nerves, spinal stenosis, or pressure from a herniated disc. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology treats all of these conditions without surgery and with Cox Technic as part of a Plymouth chiropractic treatment plan. If a nerve is compressed, neuropathy may develop. Neuropathy may spread to the hands and feet subject to the nerve being irritated. Neuropathy hurts. Neuropathy heals gradually. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology may well relieve its painful grip on you.

Causes and Symptoms of Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is one type of neuropathy Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology gets to diagnose and care for in Plymouth neck and back pain patients. Peripheral neuropathy stems from damage to peripheral nerves. These nerves are part of the nervous system that delivers info from your brain to your spinal cord (which is the central nervous system) and then out to the rest of the body. That potentially lets peripheral neuropathy go all the way to your toes and fingers. It may be caused by unexpected trauma or injury or by repetitive stress owing to compression type injuries from performing certain activities repeatedly that irritate and inflame joints, tendons and muscles.  Plymouth patients will describe peripheral neuropathy as a tingling sensation or sharp, stabbing pain or a numbness or a burning sensation in the hands or feet or as a clumsiness that has you dropping things constantly. (1) Whatever its sensation, peripheral neuropathy may be unsettling, may leave if the peripheral nervous system has the opportunity to heal itself after injury or the source of the peripheral neuropathy is found and treated, or may be helped heal. This is where Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology comes into play to find the source of the neuropathy and offer Plymouth chiropractic care to take care of it and reduce the irritation on the nerves. One article even shares that 28 days of compression causes disc degeneration while 28 days of decompression reverses it. (2) Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology offers Cox Technic to do this!

Healing Ability of Nerves in Neuropathy

Interestingly, peripheral nerves have a remarkable ability to regenerate themselves after injury. It will take time. One author explains that these nerves regenerate a millimeter a day (about an inch a month), so if the damaged nerve extends from your spine to your toes, it may take a while. (3) Researchers state that good but incomplete recovery happens over 2 to 3 years for most patients with sciatic neuropathy (due to spinal nerve compression). Moderate improvement of the symptoms happens in 30% of sciatic neuropathy patients by 1 year, 50% by 2 years and 75% by 3 years. (4) In a review of published research about neuropathic pain, researchers detail that 37% of chronic low back pain (that lasting more than 3 months) cases and 41% of soft tissue syndromes (like ligament or muscle tears) experience neuropathic pain. (5) These types of patients are prime candidates for Plymouth chiropractic care at Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology

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If you or someone you know suffers with neuropathy or neuropathic pain, burning in the hands or feet, schedule an appointment today with Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology for a Plymouth chiropractic examination and treatment plan to alleviate this Plymouth neuropathic nerve pain.
 
 
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