Neuropathy Treatment Shawnee, KS
Searching for relief from agonizing symptoms of neuropathy?
LifeWorks offers a drug-free approach to relieve your neuropathy pain and address the root cause of neuropathy.
Seeking Neuropathy Treatment in Shawnee
Effective neuropathy treatment is available with a new comprehensive approach only offered at LifeWorks Integrative Health. Eliminate neuropathy pain and achieve lasting relief, finally! Ready to get back to living your best life?
Our neuropathy treatment works for a wide variety of conditions. Don’t suffer with neuropathy pain any longer! Schedule your free consultation today. This new comprehensive approach is proven to relieve pain and increase mobility, without drugs or medications.
Don’t Suffer From Neuropathy Pain Any Longer
Are you a candidate for this new comprehensive neuropathy treatment? Schedule a free, no obligation consultation if you:
- Have pain, numbness and tingling in the hands or feet
- Have received a recent diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy
- Have been told you’ll have to live with your neuropathy pain
- Are looking for a drug-free approach to treat your neuropathy pain
Our 16 point Nerve Assessment gauges the amount of nerve loss and which areas are effected the most.
Neuropathy Treatment: The LifeWorks Way
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Neuropathy Treatment at LifeWorks
Do you experience tingling, itching, or a sensational burning feeling in the extremities of your body? If so, it may be neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is damaged tissue within the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS). A holistic approach may help restore you to quality health so you can enjoy a fulfilling life. Contact the office today for an appointment.
There are three categories of peripheral nerves:
- Motor nerves transmit messages from your brain to the muscles that alert them to navigate a specific direction, such as move back from the hot stove.
- Sensory nerves allow the brain to recognize what it is you’re sensing. It alerts the brain when you touch a hot, smooth, cold, or rough.
- Autonomic nerves regulate body functions that you aren’t always conscious of such as breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, and digestion.
Neuropathy can impact a single or multiple peripheral nerves.
Symptoms may vary according to the nerve impacted by neuropathy.
Motor neuropathy symptoms:
- Muscle fatigue, trembling, or cramping
- Inability to control muscle(s)
- Reduced dexterity
Autonomic neuropathy symptoms:
Autonomic neuropathy could result in irregular blood pressure or heart rate, issues with the digestive system (diarrhea, fullness after only a couple bites, constipation, bloating, or sexual dysfunction)
Sensory neuropathy symptoms:
- Excruciating pain or incapable of sensing pain, temperature, touch, or pressure in the affected areas
- Numbness, burning sensation in the feet, or tingling
- Diminished coordination
- Feeling like you have on gloves or socks but you don’t have anything on that area of your body
Causes of Neuropathy
There are several factors associated with neuropathy including:
- Nerve injury through monotonous motion from participating in sports or other physical activities
- Diabetes is the most common factor that causes peripheral neuropathy
- Exposure or contact with heavy metals or some chemicals
- Deficiency or discrepancies in niacin and B vitamins
Certain autoimmune disorders and infections may also lead to nerve damage. These include herpes, rheumatoid arthritis, and Lyme disease.
Instead of camouflaging the pain with medication, LifeWorks Integrative Health offers a proven solution to address the root cause of your neuropathy, relieve pain, and get you back to enjoying your life. To learn more about this comprehensive approach to treat neuropathy and relieve the current symptoms you are dealing with, contact us today to schedule a free consultation including a 16-Point Nerve Assessment.
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LifeWorks does not guarantee any specific results. Each person’s experience is different and results can vary.