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Neuropathy causes damage to the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord. As a result, you may experience a variety of symptoms, such as pain, numbness, and tingling in your hands and feet. At Spine Pain Center in Mt. Pleasant, SC, we provide treatment to alleviate your discomfort and help you feel your best. Before visiting us, learn about some causes and symptoms of neuropathy below:


Common Causes of Neuropathy

There are several factors can contribute to neuropathy. Some causes of the condition include:

•           Pinched nerves

•           Nutritional deficiencies

•           Autoimmune diseases

•           Infections

•           Injuries

•           Certain medications

•           Toxins

Symptoms of Neuropathy

Early diagnosis and treatment of neuropathy are crucial for managing symptoms and preventing further nerve damage. Those with the condition may often experience sharp foot pain, numbness, or weakness. Along with that, neuropathy may also cause balance problems due to weak muscles and digestive issues.

Chiropractic Care for Neuropathy

While the underlying cause of your neuropathy needs to be addressed, chiropractic care can offer effective relief for many symptoms. At Spine Pain Center, our chiropractors utilize various techniques to help with the following:

•           Reduce inflammation: Gentle adjustments and manual therapies can help take pressure off of the nerves, which reduces pain and inflammation.

•           Improve circulation: Chiropractic care can enhance blood flow, promoting nerve healing and regeneration.

•           Support nerve function: Specific stretches and exercises can help stimulate nerve function and improve overall mobility.

•           Manage pain: Our chiropractors may incorporate additional therapies, such as massage therapy, to manage pain effectively.

Contact us for an Appointment Today!

If you're struggling with foot pain, numbness, or other symptoms suggestive of neuropathy, don't wait to seek treatment. Contact Spine Pain Center in Mt. Pleasant, SC, at (843) 884-8444 for an appointment today. We will work with you to identify the underlying cause of your neuropathy and develop a personalized care plan to manage your symptoms. When you’re seeking a chiropractor near me, our team looks forward to assisting you!