Neuropathy Treatment Doesn’t Have to Be Invasive

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a result of damaged nerves that cause weakness, burning pain, numbness, tingling, and debilitating balance problems. Nerve damage could be a result of things like poor blood flow, exposure to toxins, diabetes, traumatic injuries, and even auto-immune disease. Luckily treatment options are available to ease any pain or symptoms and maximize your quality of life without relying on medication.


What are the warning signs of Peripheral Neuropathy? 

Generally, symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in an affected area include:

  • Numbness/Tingling
  • Burning Pain
  • Unusual and/or loss of sensations
  • Muscle weakness
  • Deep Stabbing Pain
  • Balance Problems

Our Approach to Healing Your Peripheral Nerves

Neuropathy can be severe and painful, impeding one from completing tasks necessary to live. At Key Potential Chiropractic, it is our mission to not only heal your nerves but get to the root of the problem to figure out what is causing the nerve damage. Doing so can effectively reduce the severity of the nerve pain and improve one’s quality of life. We provide a customized treatment plan for all our patients, depending on their needs.


Treating nerve damage effectively depends on four factors:

  • What is the underlying cause of the nerve damage?
  • How severe is the nerve damage?
  • What types of nerve fibers are damaged?
  • How much treatment will the nerves require to heal?


After evaluation, we create a treatment plan surrounding our four main goals:

  1. Optimize the environment within the body for nerve healing.
  2. Increase blood flow to the nerves.
  3. Stimulate the nerves that are damaged (small fiber, large diameter, or motor nerves) to reduce pain and improve balance.
  4. Decrease brain-based pain.


At Keystone Chiropractic, we understand how neuropathic pain is uncomfortable and debilitating to live with. We are confident our treatment plan can help you with peripheral neuropathy symptoms and make life with them much more manageable. To learn more about how chiropractic care can treat neuropathy, contact us today at 515-325-4325.


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