Neuropathy and Polyneuropathy
Integrative Treatments for Neuropathy and Polyneuropathy
Do you feel numbing, tingling, or weakness in certain areas of your body? If so, you may be suffering from a type of neuropathy. Neuropathy affects over 20 million Americans and can be caused by genetic factors, or can surface due to trauma and internal diseases.Neuropathy and Polyneuropathy
Whether you’re suffering from neuropathy in one nerve type (peripheral neuropathy), or you’re suffering neuropathy across a combination of different peripheral nerves (polyneuropathy) you can try Infuse MD’s Integrative treatments to get the relief you desire.
What is Neuropathy?
Your peripheral nervous system is made up of sensory, motor, and autonomic nerves. When any of these nerves are damaged you face neuropathy leading to a loss of control over important bodily functions.
Motor nerves control your movements by sending signals from your brain to the muscles in your body. Damaged motor nerves result in difficulty moving, walking, and controlling your muscles.
Sensory nerves help you experience touch and pain by sending signals from your muscles back to your brain. Damaged sensory nerves result in numbness, sensitivity, and pain.
3. Autonomic nerves
Autonomic nerves are responsible for controlling your involuntary functions such as your blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion.Damaged autonomic nerves lead to nausea, problems with urination, and sexual dysfunction.
What is Polyneuropathy
Your peripheral nerves travel from your spinal cord to your internal organs, muscles, glands, and skin to help your body function properly. In regular neuropathy, only one or two nerve types are damaged. However, in polyneuropathy, several types of nerves malfunction at the same time, and this is one of the most common forms of neuropathy.
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What are the Symptoms of Neuropathy?
Your symptoms may appear suddenly (acute neuropathy) or they may develop over time (chronic neuropathy).
The most common symptoms of neuropathy include:
- Sensations of numbness
- Pins and needles or tingling
- Sharp or throbbing pain
- Burning sensations
- Muscle twitching
- Body-part paralysis
- Unintentional weight loss
If you’re experiencing the above symptoms you should get in touch with a medical professional at Infuze MD to get assessed and start on a customized treatment plan.
Visit Infuze MD for Our Integrative Neuropathy Treatment
Since neuropathy has dozens of variations, you need a professional assessment to figure out what treatment plan is best for you. At Infuze MD we use an integrative approach to treating your neuropathy or polyneuropathy.
First, one of our doctors reviews your medical history and family history of neurological diseases, then they conduct a neurological examination to check your reflexes and muscle strength along with your ability to feel certain sensations.
Based on your symptoms, blood tests, MRI scans, and nerve biopsies are undertaken to determine the best treatment to administer. Once the assessment is complete, medications, physical therapies, and possibly even surgery may be part of your treatment plan based on how serious your case is.
At infuse MD we understand that your body can heal itself when you provide it with the right conditions and supplements. Get in touch with us today to get assessed and have your neuropathy treated so you can enjoy a pain-free life again.