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3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy - Types of Peripheral Neuropathy

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy

1) Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral nerve damage as a result of diabetes is referred to as Diabetic Neuropathy. Diabetic patients who have elevated blood sugar (glucose) for extended periods of time cause damage to their peripheral nerves.
The most common location of peripheral nerve damage is in their feet and legs.
Diabetic neuropathy symptoms and functional changes are progressive in with as high blood sugar continues to cause damage to the peripheral nerves.
Symptoms of diabetic neuropathy will vary depending on the type of diabetic neuropathy you have acquired.
The life altering complication of diabetic neuropathy is very serious and affects 60%-70% of people with diabetes.

2) Compression/Entrapment Peripheral Neuropathy

Physical trauma or injuries, such as car accidents, falls, sports injuries, and repetitive stress syndromes account for one third of peripheral neuropathy cases.

Bulged and Herniated Disc(s)
Degenerative Disc(s)
Spinal Stenosis

Mechanical causes of peripheral neuropathy are very common, and are most often a result of mechanical joint problems, which compress the nerves that emit from the spine.

In mechanical compressive forms of peripheral neuropathy, the direct physical pressures placed on the nerves by aberrant joint function shuts down the flow of O2 and nutrients to the nerves.

 

3) Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy -Chemotherapy -Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy
-Chemotherapy -Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) is a negative side effect of Chemotherapy drugs and treatments. Chemotherapies and different kinds of cancer treatments often damage the healthy peripheral nerves in the body in charge of sensory (sensations) functions and motor (movements) functions of your hands, arms, legs, feet, and organs functions, such as, bladder and bowel control resulting in Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN).

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) is most commonly a sensory neuropathy but may be a combination with motor and autonomic functional changes with various degrees of intensity and duration. Chemotherapy often causes damage of peripheral sensory and motor nerves resulting in a number of symptoms and functional problems.

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) is a major complication for cancer patients due to its high prevalence among people treated with Chemotherapies.

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy - the Solution for Peripheral Neuropathy

3 Common Types of Peripheral Neuropathy
– the Solution for Peripheral Neuropathy

4) What is the Solution for Peripheral Neuropathy?

Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is a successful safe treatment that has helped many people needing treatments for neuropathy in legs and feet without meds, injections or surgical procedures.

Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol utilizes 7 specialized treatments designed to improve the supply of oxygen, eliminate waste, and improve nutrition to damaged nerves. Increased circulation to the damaged peripheral nerves combined with treatments to stimulate peripheral nerve cell regeneration, and repair.

Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol

Improves and increases oxygen and nutrition through the increase of circulation to the damaged nerves.
Repairs peripheral fibers by stimulating regenerative of new nerve cells.
Removes and eliminates mechanical peripheral nerve entrapments and compressions in the spine and extremities.

You can learn more about the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol and the combination of specialized treatments for rehabilitating damaged peripheral nerves on our treatment page.
Dr. Rodolfo Alfonso, D.C.
Neuropathy Relief Of Miami
8585 Sunset Dr. STE 104
Miami, Florida 33143
305-275-7474

 



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