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Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment

Expertly treating pain in the Lexington, KY area

You could be suffering from a condition called peripheral neuropathy which results from damage to the peripheral nerves. And although symptoms commonly occur in the hands and feet, they can be present elsewhere in the body.

How do I know if I have Peripheral Neuropathy?

Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms in your hands or feet:

  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Burning
  • Prickling
  • Shooting sensations
  • Throbbing

Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

Nerves can be damaged a result of a number of issues such as:

  • Chronic diseases such as diabetes or kidney disorders
  • Injuries that cause trauma to the nerves such as a car accident or fall
  • Infections and autoimmune disorders such as Lyme disease or lupus
  • Alcoholism
  • Environmental toxins
  • Certain medications such as anticonvulsants and medications used to treat cancer

How do you treat Peripheral Neuropathy?

Doctors will often prescribe medication; however, this is only a temporary solution because the underlying issue is not addressed.


At Stinson Chiropractic Center, we specialize in working with patients who suffer from peripheral neuropathy. The nerve damage that results from peripheral neuropathy is often caused by a lack of blood flow (which contains oxygen) to the nerves. Oxygen is vital to proper nerve function. Providing more oxygen to the damaged nerve fibers can enable the nerve fibers to heal. Our treatment is designed to increase blood circulation thus allowing successful regeneration of the nerve fibers.

We will first do an evaluation which includes obtaining your medical history and performing a physical examination. Based on the results of this evaluation, a treatment plan will be created specifically for you.

If you believe you could benefit from high-quality care, consider getting treatment from the staff at Stinson Chiropractic Center. Our dedicated staff will be pleased to answer your questions today. We can also help you schedule a time to visit our Lexington office.

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