22 Apr Treatment For Damaged Nerves
What Are The Most Common Causes For People To Seek Treatment For Damaged Nerves?
The 3 major general causes that result in people seeking treatment for damaged nerves are metabolic, mechanical, and hereditary.
The primary cause for people requiring treatment for damaged nerves are metabolic or chemical factors. These typically include diabetes, chemotherapy, toxins, medications, and alcohol.
The most common form of metabolic metabolic peripheral nerve damage is diabetes. Long periods of high blood sugar that causes damage to the tiny blood vessels which nourish the peripheral nerves. Approximately 68% of people with diabetes will need treatment for damaged nerves.
Many patients also seeking treatment for damaged nerves often have a mechanical cause of the peripheral nerve damage. These may include Spinal Disc Herniations, Bulges and/or Protrusions, Degenerative Disc Disease, Spinal Stenosis, nerve entrapment.
A very common cause of peripheral neuropathy is the result of mechanical spine and extremity joint conditions resulting in compression or entrapment of the peripheral nerve causing the need treatment for damaged nerves.
This physical compression or entrapment restricts the oxygen and nutrients to the peripheral nerves. Patients commonly develop sensory loss (burning sharp, pain, numbness, tingling,pins and needles) and motor function loss (weakness,constrict,tightness, stiffness) as the nerves are now sick and damaged.
The third cause for people to seek treatment for damaged nerves is Hereditary or genetic. This is less common but some have genetics or hereditary risk factors for the developing nerve damage. Even though these conditions are rare it affects approximately 1-2% of the population.Charcot Marie Tooth and Friedriech’s Ataxia being the most common form of hereditary cause needing treatment for damaged nerves
What Are The Symptoms That Can Require Treatment for Damaged Nerves?
These are some of the most common symptoms for people seeking treatment for damaged nerves.
- Burning pain in feet and/or hands.
- Numbness and tingling feet and/or hands.
- Pins and needles feet and/or hands.
- Weakness in hands, arms,legs and or feet.
- Increases pain in feet when walking.
- Legs and/or arms feel heavy.
- Feet and/or hands feel tired.
- Restless legs and feet.
- Balance problems.
- Difficulty walking.
- Night pain and sleep difficulty.
- Bed sheets causes pain.
- Pain from light touch.
- Cramping of the feet and hands.
- Tightness, knotted or constriction feeling in the extremities.
- Difficulty holding items with hands.
- Locking and twisting of ties and fingers.
What Is The Best Treatment For Damaged Nerves?
Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is a highly effective safe treatment that has helped many patients requiring treatment for damaged nerves without the use of drugs, shots or surgery.
Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol combines multiple specialized therapies for the treatment for damaged nerves. These therapies and treatments d improve the supply of nutrients, and oxygen to damaged peripheral nerves. The increase in oxygen and nutrition combined with nerve cell stimulation assist the body in the healing and repair of damaged nerves.
Please read more about the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol and the unique therapies for the treatment for damaged nerves on our treatment page.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]