Peripheral Neuropathy Overview Full Information and Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral Neuropathy is a commoncondition occurring when injury or disease damagesyour peripheral nervous system originating from your brain and spinalcord peripheral nerves extends to your skinmuscle and tissues or peripheral nervous system relaysvital information between your body and the brain in theform of electrical impulses there are three types of peripheralnerves motor nerves regulate the movements loveyour body skeletal muscles
sensory nerves transmit sensations such as heat vibration touch and pain to the brain comic nerves regulate the activities upinternal organs and glands each nerve is made up of manyinterconnected cells called neurons that transmit impulses at lightning speed this constantexchange allows your brain to respond to vitalinput from your body
however damage to the nerves disruptsthis critical link resulting in peripheral neuropathy damage to a single nerve called MononaRobert B usually results from injury orrepetitive stress an example %uh Monona Robert E is carpaltunnel syndrome repeated impact to the nerve in yourwrist may cause tingling pain and weakness in your hand arm and shoulder
government have multiple nerves calledPaulina Robert the is far more common damaged typically begins in the nervesfarthest from the central nervous system and progresses symmetrically Paulina Robert the can be caused bydiabetes and other systemic diseases infections or exposure to toxic substances
one or all the three nerve types may be affectedand symptoms are specific to each damage to sensory nerves characteristic have diabetes can lead to numbness inyour hands and feet with diminished ability to detecttemperature insensitivity to pain or over sensitivity to pain Paulina Robert the may also cause damageto your motor nerves
which can result in muscle weakness twitching and pain common signs %uh nerve damage include intolerance to heat loss of bladder control gastrointestinal disturbances impairment a breathing
Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Reviews Bellevue Chiropractor
Hello I am Dwight Altenburg I'm a 62 yearold male and I had a background of pain symptoms in my feet for the last 10 years. I didn'trealize that the pains would be so long going and sustaining so I dismissed them and blamingthings such as the wearing heavy boots shoes that I wore through my occupation of workingfor the fire department for the last 40 years. The pain was worse in the evenings, it washot, very tingling, but I used to try to dismiss it. My wife would say to put ice packs onmy feet. And I said that I tried that but I doesn't help. So I started reading aboutsome of the foot symptoms and the sort of pain that was caused in the feet and I hadno idea that it was Peripheral Neuropathy.
I read that Peripheral Neuropathy can be relatedto diabetes. I was diagnosed with diabetes 7 years ago. I went to the medical sand was put on medications for 6 months and in that time I dropped at least 57 lbs. Istarted to exercise and it all seemed to help a little. I would play with my nutrition anddiet trying different things. I tried low carbohydrates, I went and got educationalclasses from Evergreen , I really became serious about wanting to improve myhealth so that I would be around for my grandchildren. I had gotten really scared about some of thesymptoms that diabetes can cause and I didn't want to have that so I decided to give mybest go. The pain in my feet seemed to improve
after losing the weight, for at least a coupleof years, but I started to notice it more again as I started to exercise. It seemedthat the exercises I was doing, walking or riding a bicycle might play into it but whenI was away from those exercises for a week or so it didn't seem to go away any more.I received an ads in the Newspaper about neuropathy and how the Bellevue Pain could alleviatethe symptoms. I identified with those symptoms that were occurring to me and wanted to tryand stop this and nip this in the butt like I did with my diabetes. So
I went through this pain program of Polzin's. I went through 10 weeks and I would say that my feet have returned toat least 90% normal feeling. I can feel my foot on the gas petal again. I can feel hotand cold differences more so than other parts of my body. The prickling and so forth hasgone away. At night I used to have to sleep with the covers and blankets pulled up offmy feet so they wouldn't affect them. It was just so annoying that it would take meso much longer to fall asleep. Now I'm finding that it doesn't bother me when the sheetsare touching my feet and I do not have to put my feet outside of the covers. I'm feelingmuch more of an improvement in all those areas.
I'm feeling very happy for it and I'mvery happy that I came to the Bellevue Pain Institute. I look forward to the home upkeep.I hope that others will be able to do this and be successful at it as well.