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Neuropathy - dysfunction of peripheral nerves

Neuropathy is the disease of one or more peripheral nerves.


The central nervous system is the complex communication network that transmits information from the brain and spinal cord to every part of the body.  Peripheral nerves send sensory information back to the brain through the spinal cord, such as a message that your feet are cold or that your hand is burning.


The symptoms of neuropathy can range from: no symptoms, to numbness and/or tingling sensations (for example, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), through to chronic pain.  Symptoms depend on the cause, degree and duration of the nerve compression and can be caused by: fractures; obstructions within the musculoskeletal structure; diabetes and tumours.


Early chiropractic treatment of symptoms is more likely to be successful as prolonged nerve compression can cause permanent nerve damage and fibrous adhesions on muscles and peripheral nerves.  Compression neuropathy is the second most common condition treated by Chiropractors in the United States, after headaches.


If you are concerned about neuropathy, take action and ring to book an appointment to see us today on: 07942305554.

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