Neuropathy Relief in Addison & Tyler
Seek Relief from Us for Your Pain Such as Burning, Tingling, Numbness & Weakness
According to the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy, an estimated 30 million Americans suffer from some form of peripheral neuropathy. It is not a singular disorder, but a general term for numerous disorders that result from peripheral nerve damage. The peripheral nerves control body functions such as sensation, motor skills, involuntary functions, and more. There are three categories of peripheral nerves, including motor nerves, sensory nerves, and autonomic nerves, each with a specific function. Overall, the peripheral nerves control muscle contractions, help you detect sensation, and control involuntary bodily functions such as heart rate and digestion. Most neuropathies affect all three types of these peripheral nerves to some extent, but some only affect one or two types. The term for one nerve being affected is “mononeuropathy” (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) and the term for multiple nerves being affected is called “polyneuropathy.”
Contact the professionals at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas to learn more about our neuropathy relief services in Addison and Tyler.
Peripheral neuropathy has many risk factors, but the most well-established include:
- Type 2 diabetes
- Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy
- Limb amputation
- Autoimmune disease
- Kidney failure
- Toxin exposure
- Poor nutrition
- Inherited disorders
Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms
Different people experience unique symptoms from their specific type of neuropathy. Most people will first notice sensations such as numbness or tingling in the toes or fingers. Other common signs of peripheral neuropathy include burning or freezing sensations, electric-like pain, sensitivity to touch, balance and coordination problems, excessive sweating, or muscle weakness.
How We Treat Neuropathy at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas
Although peripheral neuropathy cannot be cured, there are effective, noninvasive treatments to soothe your pain and even eliminate it. We take a different approach than most other practices would. Our medical professionals utilize the latest electric cell signaling treatment equipment that addresses your pain symptoms at the source rather than masking the pain through drug treatments. You may notice improvement in your pain level after about 6 to 8 treatments, but possibly sooner. You will need multiple treatments for the best results.
Are you seeking neuropathy pain relief? Contact our team at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas today by calling (972) 441-5634 for Addison, or (903) 326-2507 for Tyler.
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“Love this place! Felt a difference after second visit. Just had treatment number 8 today and feel great. Pain has gone to mild discomfort! I am amazed with results to date!”- JD O.
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“Today I walk effortlessly, have no balance issues in the shower or anywhere, and the pain in my feet has been reduced by over 80%. All of this without drugs which is the greatest benefit. Thank you for helping me regain my mobility. And confidence.”- Ronald J.