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Heal & Treat Damaged Nerves

Neuropathy can affect motor neurons, which control muscle movement, and sensory neurons, which send signals from the body to the brain to process sensations such as pain and temperature. When these nerves are damaged, the signals they send can become distorted, leading to uncomfortable symptoms such as numbness, burning or tingling sensations, muscle weakness, fatigue, and paralysis. Additionally, neuropathy can also lead to changes in organ function and abnormal skin sensations.

If you notice the warning signs and symptoms of neuropathy, please consult Dr. Rozenberg immediately for diagnosis and treatment. We identify the most reliable non-opioid treatments to help with optimal recovery in Culver City, CA.

Why Choose Spinatomy Spine & Disc Centers for Neuropathy Treatment?

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How Will I Know If I Have Neuropathy?

One of the earliest signs of neuropathy is persistent tingling or burning sensations in your extremities, such as your hands, feet, and legs. You may also feel sensations such as heat, prickling, numbness, itching, or a stabbing feeling. These sensations may come and go or persist until you get treatment for the condition. Another sign of neuropathy is extreme sensitivity to even mild touch, making it difficult to wear certain clothing, shoes, or jewelry or perform routine tasks like walking.

What Causes Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a medical condition that affects the nervous system and can manifest itself in various ways. It is often defined as disrupting the normal transmission of information between the peripheral nerve cells and the brain. While the exact cause of neuropathy is unknown, numerous risk factors can contribute to an increased likelihood of developing the condition, including genetics, certain illnesses, such as diabetes, and certain medications, such as chemotherapy drugs.

Common Risk Factors for Neuropathy

Although there are many causes of neuropathy, some of the most common risk factors are diabetes, alcohol consumption, age, and certain drugs or toxins.

  • Diabetes is the most common cause of neuropathy, particularly in people over 40. Diabetes happens when the body does not produce enough insulin or does not use the insulin it has correctly. This causes high blood sugar, which can damage the nerve cells in the hands and feet, leading to neuropathy.
  • Alcohol consumption is another risk factor for neuropathy. Alcohol interferes with the body’s ability to absorb vitamins and minerals, leading to deficiencies. These deficiencies can cause nerve damage, leading to neuropathy.
  • Age is also a risk factor for neuropathy. As we age, our bodies are more prone to diseases, infections, and general wear and tear, leading to inflammation and neuropathy.
  • Certain drugs and toxins can also contribute to neuropathy. Certain chemotherapy drugs and antibiotics can lead to nerve damage, as can toxins like arsenic, lead, and mercury.

What Kind of Treatments Are Available?

Your treatment plan for neuropathy is customized according to the severity of your symptoms, the location of the symptoms, and the diagnostic results. Our medical providers will conduct thorough evaluations and curate a personalized, conservative treatment plan, which may include non-surgical spinal decompression, lifestyle changes, laser therapy, and acupuncture. We only offer non-surgical and non-opioid treatments to address the root cause of neuropathy and help you lead a pain-free life.

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