There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating neuropathy, as the condition can vary greatly from person to person. However, various treatments may help alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life. Look at this site for more information about symptoms of neuropathy. Some common interventions include:
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* Medications, including anti-inflammatory drugs, painkillers and anti-nausea medications;
* Rehabilitation therapy, which may help with range of motion, strength and balance;
* Chiropractic care, which has been shown to improve nerve function;
* Exercise therapy, which can help reduce inflammation and improve muscle strength and endurance.
Neuropathy is an umbrella term for a group of disorders that cause damage to the nervous system. Neuropathic pain can be caused by injury, tumor or infection and affects nerve function. If the nerves have become damaged, they may not send or receive signals properly. This results in sensory loss that can lead to emotional difficulties and physical symptoms such as burning sensations, numbness, weakness or tingling.
As with most chronic conditions, neuropathy is difficult to diagnose; it often takes months before a definitive diagnosis is made. People may notice symptoms for years without seeking treatment. Common warning signs include pain or tingling in fingertips, toes or feet; difficulty walking; muscle weakness in hands and arms; numbness, burning and itching; and muscle or joint stiffness.