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Neuropathy Treatment in Denver, Colorado



Chiropractic care may be considered as a complementary therapy for individuals experiencing neuropathy, a condition characterized by nerve damage and symptoms like numbness, tingling, and pain. Chiropractors often focus on spinal adjustments and nerve-related therapies to address any potential nerve impingements or restrictions. While chiropractic care cannot cure neuropathy, it may help manage symptoms and improve overall nerve function, offering a non-invasive option for individuals seeking relief from neuropathic discomfort.

Pain Management

It helps manage neuropathic pain through various techniques that address musculoskeletal issues and promote improved nerve function.

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Complementary Approach

Complementary therapy within a comprehensive treatment plan for neuropathy.

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Mobility Improvement

Works on enhancing joint mobility and muscle function.

Chiropractor Adjustment


Explore chiropractic care as a natural and holistic approach to managing neuropathy symptoms, aiming to improve nerve function and alleviate discomfort without the use of medications or invasive procedures.


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Neuropathy, also known as peripheral neuropathy, refers to a condition in which there is damage or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves, leading to various symptoms, including pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness. Neuropathy can affect any part of the nervous system, but it often involves the nerves of the feet and hands.

Common Causes of Neuropathy

Diabetes: Diabetic neuropathy is a common cause of neuropathy and results from long-term high blood sugar levels damaging nerves.


Physical Trauma: Injuries, accidents, or surgeries that damage nerves can lead to neuropathy.


Autoimmune Diseases: Conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and Guillain-Barré syndrome can trigger immune responses that damage nerves.


Infections: Certain infections, including HIV, Lyme disease, and shingles, can cause neuropathy.


Toxins and Medications: Exposure to toxic substances or side effects of certain medications can damage nerves.


Nutritional Deficiencies: A lack of essential vitamins and minerals, such as B vitamins or vitamin B12, can contribute to neuropathy.

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