Nerve pain, often diagnosed as Peripheral Neuropathy (PN), is typically caused by disease to the nerve endings in your arms and legs. These nerve endings will begin to malfunction and can actually die altogether. The symptoms of it are most commonly felt in the hands and feet, but with time can spread up the extremities.
It is most common in diabetics, but can also be caused by surgery, lifestyle, habitual alcohol consumption, chemotherapy, radiation, long-term vitamin deficiency, or some unknown cause. As of right now there is no general consensus on the best treatment for this disease. We believe that this condition is usually complex, involving multiple contributing factors. Therefore, our treatment approach aims to address your body’s deficiencies and needs, working to reverse the problem at its root cause.