Neuropathy/Nerve Pain

Are you tired of the numbness and tingling of neuropathy? Is nerve pain affecting your quality of life? If you’re looking for relief from neuropathy or nerve pain that doesn’t consist of potentially risky medications or procedures, our chiropractic care and regenerative medicine treatments can help.

Our non-surgical, drug-free treatment options help resolve the underlying cause of your condition so you can experience long-lasting relief.

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East Pearland: (281) 485-2955
West Pearland: (281) 741-1409

Chiropractic Care Treatments for Nerve Pain

At Premier Chiropractic, we offer treatments that can reduce or even eliminate pain and discomfort caused by nerve damage. With chiropractic treatments, we focus on addressing the underlying conditions that are creating pain and inflammation in your body.

Our treatments include chiropractic adjustments, laser therapy, and Triogenics therapy. These treatments are able to ease inflammation, improve blood flow, relieve pressure, improve flexibility, strengthen weak muscles, and correct misalignments in various joints. That way, you can experience pain relief without the need for any drugs or surgery.

Since nerve pain can affect different areas of the body, our treatments will be focused on the part of the body that requires healing. We may provide one treatment or a combination of our treatments to help you get the desired result, depending on your unique situation.

Call us and tell us about your health issues and set up a free consultation to discuss the treatment that will best get you back to optimum health.

West Pearland: (281) 741-1409
East Pearland: (281) 485-2955

Regenerative Medicine for Neuropathy

At Total Health Solutions, our regenerative medicine treatments are effective at providing long-lasting relief from neuropathy because they address the underlying cause of the pain and discomfort.

Conventional medicine usually takes the approach of treating a symptom, which may offer temporary relief, but will never provide you with a real solution.

Human cellular tissue therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy help your body treat neuropathy at the root of the problem, repairing the damage that is causing you pain.

These treatments are minimally invasive, consisting of basic injections that require little to no downtime. Most of the time, you can be on your way immediately after the treatment.

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Human cellular tissue therapy is a powerful treatment that contains potent healing compounds such as:

  • Growth factors
  • Proteins
  • Exosomes
  • Lipids
  • Amino acids
  • Cytokines
  • Peptides
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Collagen

This tissue is collected from the Wharton’s Jelly of donated umbilical cords after a healthy C-section birth. The tissue is still young and vibrant, which makes it a wonderful treatment for facilitating healing and repairing damage.

PRP therapy is the other regenerative treatment we use for neuropathy pain. This treatment is created from a sample of your own blood after it is spun in a centrifuge.

As the blood sample spins, the red blood cells and platelets separate from one another, creating highly concentrated platelet-rich plasma. This PRP is then injected into the area of need to help your body heal the damage.

Causes and Symptoms of Neuropathic Nerve Damage

The most common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are numbness and tingling in the hands and feet. Neuropathy causes damage to peripheral nerves, which are the nerves located outside of your spinal cord and brain.

Non-Surgical Treatment for Neuropathy Alvin, TX

This is why neuropathy sufferers often feel discomfort in their extremities. Fatigue is another common symptom of peripheral neuropathy that can affect your day-to-day routine.

The main cause of neuropathic nerve damage is diabetes. Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you are at risk of experiencing neuropathic pain, especially if you are not diligent in managing your condition.

It’s important for diabetics to monitor their glucose levels on a regular basis to ensure they don’t end up with complications such as peripheral neuropathy.

Some lesser-known causes of peripheral neuropathy include:

  • Hypothyroidism
  • Various autoimmune conditions
  • Serious infections
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease
  • Tumors

If you or a loved one suffer with neuropathy in Pearland, Friendswood, Alvin, Webster, Manvel, Iowa Colony or any nearby city, call us today to schedule an appointment.