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Tingling In Feet?

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Tingling In Feet?

What is causing the tingling in feet?

Tingling in feet is often developed as a result of damage to the small peripheral nerve fibers of the hips, legs, ankles, and feet. Many peripheral neuropathy symptoms are a result of a sensory nerve fiber function damage causing tingling and numbness.

Our peripheral nervous system PNS composed of peripheral nerves (PNS) send sensory and motor signals between our central nervous system (CNS) composed of the brain/spinal cord. When there is damage to the peripheral nerves in our  hips, legs, ankles, and feet responsible for our ability to touch, feel vibrations, and distinguish temperatures are a primary cause of tingling in feet.

Common causes resulting in patients receiving treatment for tingling in feet is peripheral neuropathy. Diabetes, mechanical nerve compression/entrapment, chemotherapy treatments, alcohol, medicines, military toxins, industrial toxins, and hereditary conditions.

 

Who Is Most Likely To Develop Tingling In feet?

Tingling In Feet? - What is causing the tingling in feet?

Tingling In Feet? – What is causing the tingling in feet?

Approximately 50-70% of diabetic patients will develop peripheral neuropathy such as tingling in feet as a result of damage due to elevated blood sugar causing the restriction of blood flow to nerve fibers.

Patients that have damaged their peripheral nerves from neck and back injuries, over-the-counter and prescribed medicines, chemotherapy/radiation treatments, alcohol, chemical toxins, elevated blood sugar often develop the tingling in feet.

 

What Type Of Medicine Are Doctors Prescribing For Tingling In Feet?

A combination of medicines are often prescribed by their medical physician and oftenly include powerful painkillers, anti-seizure, and/or depression medications. The clinical goal of these medications is to mask and cover-up the peripheral neuropathy symptoms such as tingling in the feet. Unfortunately, this type of medical treatment with many negative side effects will only lead to further progression of the condition because it does not improve the damaged peripheral nerves. The drug treatments do not address the underlying cause of peripheral neuropathy and do nothing to rehabilitate, stimulate, or repair the damaged nerve fibers causing the tingling in feet. 

  • Improve and increase oxygen and nutrients by increasing blood circulation to  the damaged nerve fibers.
  • Repair damaged nerve peripheral fibers by stimulating new nerve cell growth
  • Diagnosis and eliminate mechanical peripheral nerve compression/entrapment from the spinal region and/or extremity articulations.

 

Tingling In Feet? - Is There A Successful Treatment For Tingling In feet?

Tingling In Feet? – Is There A Successful Treatment For Tingling In feet?

Is There A Successful Treatment For Tingling In feet?

Dr.  Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol combines multiple specialized therapies and treatments created to increase the delivery of needed oxygen and nutrition while removing metabolic wastes and stimulating peripheral nerve damage cellular repair. By combining treatments that increase circulation to the damaged peripheral nerve fibers with treatments that stimulate peripheral nerve cell regeneration and repair is how Neuropathy Relief Center Of Miami is successfully treating patients to improve and/or eliminate peripheral neuropathy symptoms such as tingling in feet.

Dr.  Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is an effective treatment that has successfully helped many patients seeking treatment for tingling in feet without the use of shots, medication or surgical procedures.

Please visit our treatment page to learn more about the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol and our unique combination of specialized  treatments and therapies for the rehabilitation of damaged diseased peripheral nerves.

 

Dr. Rodolfo Alfonso, D.C.
Neuropathy Relief Miami
8585 Sunset Dr. STE 104
Miami, Florida 33143
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