Neuropathy Treatment in Milpitas
Practical Solutions for Nerve Pain
A common source of chronic pain stems from nerve damage. When nerve pain occurs, the nerves send the signals to interneurons which memorize and record the pain. While pain medications can reduce your pain, over-the-counter medications may not be a viable solution. Fortunately, our office at Healthworks Chiropractic offers a wide array of services, to help with nearly every type of nerve pain and condition.
What Is Neuropathy (Nerve Pain)?
Neuropathy is a medical condition caused by damaged nerve cells. Peripheral neuropathy currently affects over 20 million people in the United States with symptoms ranging from tingling or burning pain and nausea to muscle spasms, difficulty moving your arms or legs, or atrophy.
It is also associated with multiple autoimmune diseases, including:
- Hereditary Conditions
How to Treat Nerve Pain
We are proud to provide a wide array of therapies that work well alone or alongside other treatments we offer. Chiropractic care may involve spinal manipulation or adjustments which can help in taking pressure off the nerves.
Corrective exercises like therapeutic massage therapy, stretching & strengthening exercises will be more effective, and managing pain will be less uncomfortable. It ultimately helps loosen the soft tissue to lessen pressure on the surrounding nerves. It also allows blood to circulate more adequately to an area, helping the nerves' healing process.
Common Neuropathy Symptoms
Regardless of what's causing your numbness, our team at Healthworks Chiropractic is here to help. Nerve pain is most commonly associated with numbness. You can have numbness in your arms or legs from a spinal issue.
- You might notice arm numbness if you have a problem with a pinched nerve in your cervical spine.
- Leg numbness can also stem from a pinched nerve in the lumbar portion of your back. Even sciatica can cause numbness in your legs.
- Multiple sclerosis could also be the culprit. With this condition, your body's immune system attacks the myelin of nerves. The myelin is a protective coating. As a result, your brain and other parts of your body affected by the condition can't communicate effectively.
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