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What Treatments Are Available for Peripheral Neuropathy?

Updated: Feb 9, 2019

Peripheral Neuropathy is a very serious disease. Do not take it lightly. Get help now for peripheral neuropathy treatment in Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and surrounding Florida areas.
Peripheral Neuropathy affects an average of 20 million people per year.

The treatment depends on the type and nerve damage of your particular case. You doctor will be able to determine a more suitable determination of your particular case. Doctors may recommend medications to reduce the symptoms, or surgery if you are at risk of infection. Now, there is also a new cold-laser therapy solution for treating the root cause of Peripheral Neuropathy.

Addressing the Cause of Neuropathy

  • Medications - Many drugs are available to treat the symptoms of neuropathy. These drugs include medications that are common to treat depression and epilepsy. They work by inhibiting the transmission of signals to the brain that modulate pain signals. You may also find, topical drugs that are applied directly to the skin. Opioid painkillers also, work similarly in inhibiting the brains function of recognizing the pain symptoms of neuropathy.

  • Surgery - Often times, medical doctors will recommend and conduct surgery for "pinched nerves." If you have bulging and herniated discs, or other swelling along the brain and spinal cord they may also recommend surgery. These surgeries are conducted as decompression mechanisms to reduce the swelling of affected areas. Often times this is done by cutting the nerves. Unfortunately, may cause temporary pain relief, but increases the nerve damage and often leads to more severe symptoms of neuropathy.

  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) - TENS therapy is used in a number of different treatments. This involves connecting electrical stimulation to the nodes at the root of your pain to signal and rebuild the peripheral nerves.

  • High-Performance Rebuilder Therapy - Rebuilder Therapy works by providing a more sophisticated and Electrical Nerve Stimulation to peripheral nerves. This treatment option is used specifically for treating peripheral neuropathy.

  • Cold-Laser Therapy - This is used to treat numerous cases of pain. This promotes healthy healing by increasing blood flow to a targeted area of neuropathy pain. When we do this, it promotes natural healing and a speedy recovery.

  • Proper Nutrition - There are many supplements that are recommended for neuropathy support while healing. These promote joint support and blood flow to reduce pain and promote a natural healing.

Risks of Treatment

Medication Treatments

Medication Treatments put you at risk of the side-effect producing drugs. Taking pain-killers, antidepressants, and epilepsy drugs may cause decreased mood, decreased function, risk of addiction and other poor side-effects. Typically, these medications are none-other than coping mechanisms, but do not serve in treating the root cause of your neuropathy.

This means that neuropathy symptoms may continue to increase in severity, even if they may be masked by these medications. This often puts people at risk of a more debilitating neuropathic condition. In those cases, neuropathy may affect your digestive system and cause total imbalance. This often results in a need for a wheelchair or walker.

Sometimes, in severe cases of neuropathy, sufferers may experience near total numbness. This may lead to infection without noticing. When this happens, your case may require surgery to prevent the spread of the infection into other parts of the body.


If you are considering surgery to treat your neuropathy please consult with us prior to doing so. As chiropractors and neuropathy specialists, we have seen numerous cases which experienced devastating side-effects after surgery. Often times, treatment options are limited after you have had surgery. Surgery should be a last-resort effort.

Right now, neuropathy sufferers are seeing much more rewarding results from more sophisticated and less damaging treatment options. This includes electrically stimulating the peripheral nerves and cold-laser therapy treatments to rebuild the nerves back to good health. Consult us if this seems like a good option for you.

Treatment Disclaimer

This article is for informational purposes only and does not serve as medical advice for any sufferers. Each case is different as Dr. Siegel discusses and “we must determine the best treatment option for you.” If you would like to discover if this diabetic and peripheral neuropathy treatment system will work for you, contact us immediately. We are offering a free consultation to explore the treatment approach to the next 27 patients. To qualify for this voucher, please give us a call now.

Discover Our Peripheral Neuropathy Solution

This treatment system works to reduce the pain, numbness, tingling, and swelling in your feet and hands. This is done without harmful drugs or surgery. It is totally holistic and works by refueling and retraining the damaged nerves in your body. If you would like to see if this treatment will work for you contact us immediately. Very few spots are available.

We will not be able to treat you if you experienced more than, 95% of nerve damage. This is a breakthrough treatment with proven results, exclusive to our chiropractic office. If you are experiencing these symptoms, call immediately to avoid more severe pain and possible digestion and other problems. We can revive your golden years!

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