Peripheral Neuropathy

Signs and symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy are discomforts, numbness, muscle weakness, tingling sensation, burning sensation, and highly debilitating balance issues. 
 
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What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a common result of neurodegenerative diseases, chronic inflammation, infectious diseases, immunodeficiency disorders, and nerve trauma. Nerve damage is caused by a lack of blood flow, which results in reduced nutrients to the periphery of the body - most commonly the hands and feet. The resulting damage to small and large nerve fibers can have a major impact on quality of life. 

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Electrical stimulation acupuncture can be beneficial for peripheral neuropathy by creating an analgesic response in the body. Research shows that electroacupuncture affect the nerve fibers of the human body, and also the biochemical makeup of the brain. Biochemicals in the brain are responsible for pain responses in the body. 

The amount of treatment needed to allow the nerves to recover varies greatly from person to person.

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Three Factors for Effective Treatment of Neuropathy: 

  1. Underlying Root Cause

  2. Amount of Nerve Damage Sustained

  3. Adequate Treatment Period

Three Goals of Neuropathic Treatment at FLORESH: 

  1. Increase Blood Flow

  2. Stimulate Nerve Fibers

  3. Decrease Brain-Based Pain

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• Are Neuropathic symptoms affecting your quality of life?
• Are you experiencing difficulty in finding a lasting resolution?
• Are you ready for a natural alternative to your pain?

Contact Floresh wellness to schedule your consultation.