Tingling in the hands or feet? Numb fingers or feet? You may
suffer with neuropathic pain.
Spinal Care Clinic will examine you to see if neuropathic pain
is your issue. A Burlington and Hamilton relieving chiropractic treatment plan just
for you will be set, too. You don’t have to avoid those activities of life that
you enjoy. Control of and relief from neuropathic pain may be a phone call away
at Spinal Care Clinic.
Now, just what is neuropathic pain? Neuropathic pain is a compilation of disorders that occurs when the nerves of the part of the nervous
system outside the brain and spinal cord are damaged. It usually causes pain
and numbness in the hands and feet. Burlington and Hamilton neuropathic pain patients
may find that it results from injury, infections, metabolic disorders such as
diabetes, and toxin exposure. Neuropathy may cause muscle movement due to nerve
damage and also irritate nerves that affect internal organs such as the heart,
blood vessels, urinary bladder and intestines. Neuropathic pain can be
described as numbness, tingling, or burning. It may affect a single nerve, two or more nerves or result in more generalized
pain as in diabetic neuropathy or Guillain-Barre syndrome. Neuropathy commonly
affects both legs and feet. Onset may be sudden or gradual with muscle
weakness, cramps, or spasm. Sufferers may find difficulty with walking, running,
stumbling, and fatigue. Balance may be impaired.
None of these symptoms sound inviting, but your Burlington and Hamilton
chiropractic physician invites sufferers with these symptoms to
Spinal Care Clinic. Confident that its Burlington and Hamilton chiropractic care plan
with Cox Technic spinal manipulation as a central part of it will relieve,
Spinal Care Clinic looks forward to seeing you and assisting in your care.
How and who does neuropathy affect? Neuropathic pain tends
to be higher in patients with conditions related to spinal cord damage and
lower in patients with diseases that cause pain in other body parts. (1) Neuropathic
pain seems to affect the quality of life of spine pain patients as well.
Specifically, patients with chronic spinal pain, pain that lasts over 3 months,
experience neuropathic pain by 53.3%.
Patients with specific conditions report neuropathic pain differently:
- cervical spondylotic myelopathy (77.3%)
- ligament ossification (75.7%)
- sciatic radiculopathy (leg pain) (56.9%)
- spondylolisthesis (40.4%)
- low back pain (29.4%)
So contact Spinal Care Clinic today, so you don’t have to continue
as one of the Burlington and Hamilton neuropathic pain sufferers!