How To Heal Peripheral Neuropathy Naturally In West Des Moines IA

How to Heal Peripheral Neuropathy Naturally In West Des Moines IA

Chiropractic West Des Moines How To Heal Peripheral Neuropathy Naturally

At our West Des Moines IA chiropractic clinic, we encounter thousands of people suffering from neuropathy who have come to accept chronic pain, discomfort, and even paralysis as their permanent reality. Unfortunately, the anticipation of suffering for years to come will oftentimes put them in a state of mild depression.

One of the best parts of our job is having the opportunity to tell those suffering that there is hope for complete healing from neuropathy—something we have seen in 20,000+ neuropathy patients who have walked through our doors.

Our approach to treating neuropathic pain is drug, surgery, and pain-free.

By addressing the root cause of your neuropathy, your body can heal and function as intended.

What Is Peripheral Neuropathy In West Des Moines IA?

There are over 7 trillion nerves in the human body, each of which is responsible for the transmission of messages. Everything from the heartbeat to digestion relies on communication between the nerves.

Damaged nerves can interrupt or alter how these messages are sent, interfering with the functions of the body. Nerve damage to the peripheral nervous system (the nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord) is known as peripheral neuropathy.

Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include:

  • Tingling or burning in hands or feet (worse at night)
  • Loss of hot or cold sensation
  • Numbness in hands or feet
  • Foot and leg pain
  • Paralysis
  • Poor circulation
  • Loss of balance and poor coordination
  • Blood pressure issues
  • Restless legs
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Pain while you walk

Who Is At Risk For Neuropathy?

There are many causes of nerve damage. Approximately 50% of people with diabetes experience nerve damage. Excessive alcohol use, vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, medications, trauma and surgery, and autoimmune conditions can all make someone susceptible to nerve damage and neuropathy.

Conventional Approaches To Neuropathy

Conventional approaches to neuropathy commonly fail to assess the full extent of nerve damage. You may have experienced this if you’ve been to a podiatrist, neurologist, or another specialist who poked and prodded a specific area but overlooked the rest of your body.

Conventional approaches to neuropathy include:

  • Medication (injections, pills, patches, etc.)
  • Surgery
  • Physical therapy
  • Devices such as canes, braces, and walkers

The results of conventional neuropathy treatment can frequently be disappointing since it fails to address the root cause of the problem.

Additionally, medications can even cause new issues to crop up such as headaches, nausea, trouble sleeping, weight gain, and dizziness.

How To Heal Peripheral Neuropathy

At Vero Health Center, we utilize a multidisciplinary approach to identify the source of your neuropathy. Every person is unique, so your results inform the individualized treatment plan that our team creates for you. Our patients also love that 75% of our treatment for neuropathy can be done from the comfort of their own homes.

1. Testing:
We start by conducting 8 sensory tests to calculate the exact percentage of nerve damage in your body.

The sensory tests are performed through nerve cell signaling equipment that regenerates the arteries and restores the function of the nerves.

We don’t mask symptoms, we restore your body to its prior function.

2. Low-level Light Therapy:
Infrared light therapy has been proven to reduce inflammation in the body, minimizing pain and accelerating the healing process through the formation of new blood vessels.

3. Nutritional Protocol:
Your nerves must receive the proper nutrients and oxygen, so we often recommend that our practice members follow an anti-inflammatory diet high in nitric oxide (to encourage blood flow).

Our team is prepared to guide and support you in whatever diet changes may be right for you.

4. Consistent Neurological Adjustments:
Subluxations in the spine interfere with how the brain and body send messages to one another. A fundamental part of our peripheral neuropathy treatment includes regular neurological adjustments to ensure that your body can effectively communicate and heal.

Our experience with treating thousands of individuals struggling with neuropathy has shown us that early intervention for neuropathy is crucial to give yourself the best chance at experiencing complete nerve restoration.

Remember, there is hope for healing!

Take a step toward healing from neuropathy by scheduling your complimentary new patient evaluation today!


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Vero Health Center
630 S 50th St
West Des Moines, IA 50265
(515) 422-9552