Frequently the cause of a Neuropathy cannot be identified and it is designated idiopathic and often it is related to prolonged high blood sugar, other metabolic conditions or excessive alcohol intake. Damage to the peripheral nervous system interrupts communication between the brain and other parts of the body. Damage to the sensory nerve can produce tingling, numbness, and pain. Damage to the motor nerve involves symptoms such as muscle weakness, cramps, and spasms. Loss of balance and coordination may also occur.

Common signs and symptoms of Neuropathy in your toes and feet may include:

  • Numbness in toes Toes start to tingle
  • Feet and toes may sweat
  • Tingling toes will spread up into the feet
  • Feeling like you’re already wearing socks when you know you’re not Feet may feel like they’re burning and/or freezing
  • Toes and feet may throb, especially at night
  • Erratic shooting nerve pain
  • Skin will be sensitive to touch
  • In some cases, a loss of sensitivity on the bottoms of your feet
  • Loss of balance and coordination
  • Difficulty walking and standing

lf you have fallen or have a fear of falling that is preventing you from doing things you enjoy, our non-invasive, safe, drug-free therapy program has been clinically proven on thousands of patients to reduce pain, improve balance, reduce falls and help our patients get back to enjoying life.

Does it Work?
The treatment is extremely effective, especially for chronic problems. responds differently. However, generally patients notice a difference within a few treatments.

What do I do Next?
Come in for an initial consultation or assessment. Any previous MRI, CT & x-ray reports would be helpful. If it is determined spinal decompression can help you, you will be given your recommendations for care. Referrals are not required.