Neuropathy Treatment in Fort Collins, CO

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Over 20 million people suffer from Neuropathy in the United States. This debilitating condition causes pain, burning/tingling sensation, and numbness in the hands and feet. We offer a brand new treatment that promotes blood flow and brings vital nutrients to the damaged nerves. Our advanced methods effectively reduce pain while promoting healing to the nerves and restoring function to the hands and feet. The combination of advanced diagnostic testing, integrative physical medicine and laser technology allow us to get results where others have failed.

What Is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is directly connected to your nerves. You have over 30 billion nerve cells in your body. Those are sensory cells that take in information from an area of your body, transmitting that information to your brain. That is why nerves are also neurotransmitters. The neurons inside the nerves are transmitting, or communicating information. When you get a sudden pain in an area of your body, you know exactly where because of the signals you get from your nerves communicating with you.

Nerves cover almost every part of your body in your skin, ligaments, muscles and any other soft tissue. When nerves are damaged due to injury, inflammation, chronic condition or disease side-effects, you will begin to have symptoms, which can become worse and worse without prompt treatment 

Nerves may contain motor fibers that innervate the muscles, sensory fibers that are responsible for sensations, such as touch, temperature or pain, or autonomic fibers that innervate blood vessels, regulate blood pressure, the heart rate or control bladder muscles. Any nerve may have a combination of all three fiber types, but motor and sensory fibers are better represented in peripheral nerves, which translates into motor and sensory deficiencies in peripheral neuropathy.

What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a condition where nerve damage or dysfunction is present, which causes various types of symptoms such as:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Inflammation and swelling in the calves, knees or shoulders
  • Numbness or tingling in the extremities and limbs
  • Muscle weakness or tremors
  • Limited range-of-motion in one or more limbs
  • Stiff back or neck muscles
  • Poor hand and feet control
  • Improper coordination

Patients are diverse and so are their symptoms. You may have several symptoms from this list all at the same time. The onset is usually gradual, but spontaneous symptoms may also occur. Frequently, it is possible to achieve long-lasting remission of symptoms or a substantial reduction of pain and physical distress through non-invasive therapies, such as:

  • Chiropractic Care – These adjustments realign the spine and decompress nerves that cause you pain, numbness and other neuropathy symptoms.
  • Electrostimulation
  • Massage therapy – This can be regular or deep-tissue massage, which aims at removing trigger point or muscle nodes and knots. Massage helps improve blood flow and removes pent-up pressure.
  • Exercise and dietary advice/counseling
  • Deep Vibration – Vibration is another way to stimulate your circulatory system and help your nerves get more oxygen.
  • Neuromuscular Re-education – High-tech rehabilitation equipment is used for some patients to activate damaged nerves.

These therapies train the brain and the nerves to function better after damage has occurred. Sometimes, the symptoms may disappear completely if the cause of neuropathy is identified and eliminated, which is why Spine Correction Center specialists put a lot of effort to provide a thorough assessment of patients.

What Causes Neuropathy?

Neuropathy may be caused by:

  • Structural abnormalities in the spinal vertebrae or bones and joints that may exert compression or alter the normal pathway of certain nerves
  • Traumas, injuries or compression exerted by tumors on the nerves
  • Diabetes
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals and metals
  • Genetic disorders
  • Virus or bacterial infections
  • Kidney or liver failure
  • Severe vitamin or mineral deficiencies caused by a poor diet or malnutrition
  • Endocrine disorders, such as hypothyroidism, may also cause damage to the nerves

Neuropathy diagnosis is challenging and difficult because only an accurate and thorough evaluation may reveal the precise cause of neuropathy, which is the first step towards elaborating an effective treatment to address the root of the problem.

Treatment For Neuropathy

Too many doctors prescribe painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs without performing a thorough evaluation of neuropathy symptoms and causes. In severe cases, patients may be prescribed opiate-derived pain-relief medication, which may become addictive if taken for a long time. Even with non-addictive drugs for pain, tolerance to the effects may develop in many patients. The only correct way to treat neuropathy is to identify the underlying cause and address the abnormality. Controlling blood sugar levels, treating alcohol abuse, improving one’s nutrition, treating or managing autoimmune diseases, correcting the spinal, muscle or bone structural abnormalities through non-invasive, chiropractic therapies are some of the solid treatment strategies that need to be implemented in individual cases depending on the cause of neuropathy.

At the Spine Correction Center of the Rockies, highly skilled medical professionals and chiropractors adopt a conservative treatment strategy that involves a thorough diagnosis and management of the identified cause rather than superficial treatment of isolated symptoms. (At the end of the day the one thing that all neuropathies have in common is localized irritation of nerves that results in dysfunctional blood flow to the nerve.)

All the treatment strategies that we employ are designed to help the nerve regain its function by restoring its normal localized blood flow and then eliminating whatever is irritating the nerve if it can be found. By incorporating medical treatment with rehabilitation, and chiropractic, we are achieving results with neuropathy where other’s have failed. Lifestyle adjustments, solid nutritional advice and treatment of collateral medical problems completes the holistic, non-invasive approach adopted by Spine Correction Center.

“I had frequent spells of weakness and tingling in my hands. During those times I was unable to hold a pen or open a doorknob and unable to do my job as a dental assistant. I have been symptom-free now almost all the time for several months. Also, I have better circulation and don’t feel as cold. I’ve been able to concentrate on excelling at my job rather than struggling to stay afloat. I am making more money and don’t feel frustrated at myself as I used to when my body wouldn’t cooperate. SCC has a casual friendly atmosphere and I felt that they truly cared about my problem and concerns and wanted to help me. I definitely recommend this office.”
— Arella Landman

Don’t live in pain!

If you experience bothersome symptoms associated with neuropathy, don’t hesitate to benefit from a free consultation at the Spine Correction Center of the Rockies. Superbly trained chiropractors and medical personnel are ready to identify the cause of your neuropathy and elaborate an individual treatment strategy that incorporates non-invasive, drug-free therapies, correction of the underlying medical problem and professional nutritional and lifestyle advice. To start on your neuropathy treatment, call Spine Correction Center of the Rockies today at (970) 658-5115!

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