Attention: Seniors Who Are Suffering From Chronic Nerve Pain

How to Reduce Numbness, Tingling, or Pain in Your Hands or Feet Caused By Peripheral Neuropathy...

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What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition where the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord (these are called peripheral nerves) get damaged. This usually leads to feeling weak, numb, and painful, especially in the hands and feet.

Think of these nerves like the body's wiring system, sending information back and forth, like telling your brain your feet are cold, or making your muscles move so you can walk. These nerves don't just control our movements; they also help run our heart, digestive system, bladder, sexual function, bones, and immune system.

When these nerves are damaged, it can mess up how signals are sent around the body.

This can lead to:

👉 No signals being sent when they should be (like not feeling your feet are cold).

👉 Signals being sent when they shouldn't be (like feeling pain when there's no reason).

👉 Signals getting mixed up (like touching something hot but feeling cold).

Peripheral neuropathy can bring relentless pain, numbness, and tingling to your hands and feet, affecting your daily life. This chronic discomfort can act as a barrier, making simple activities challenging and limiting your freedom.

However, there is hope for relief and a path to reclaiming the pain-free life you deserve.

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Here's the illustration showing the comparison between feet and legs with damaged nerves caused by neuropathy on the left side and healthy nerves on the right side. The contrast highlights the impact of neuropathy versus a healthy nerve structure.

Peripheral Neuropathy Refers To The Damage Or Dysfunction Of The Nerves That Are Outside The Brain And Spinal Cord...

Often Affecting The Extremities Like The Hands And Feet.

This can result in numbness, tingling, pain, and weakness in the affected areas. The reasons for amputation of toes (or other parts of the foot) in the context of peripheral neuropathy often include:

Infection: Peripheral neuropathy can cause a loss of sensation, making it difficult for individuals to feel when they have injuries or infections. Minor cuts or blisters can go unnoticed and can develop into severe infections or ulcers.

Poor Blood Circulation: Many patients with peripheral neuropathy also have poor circulation, particularly those with diabetes. Poor blood flow can lead to healing challenges for any wounds or infections, exacerbating their severity.

Gangrene: This is a condition that occurs when body tissue dies. It is usually the result of an infection or insufficient blood supply, and it can spread quickly if not treated. If gangrene has developed, amputation may be necessary to prevent the spread of the dead tissue.

Severe Damage or Deformity:

If the nerve damage leads to significant foot deformity, it may lead to areas of increased pressure when walking, which can cause ulcers and subsequent infections that do not heal.

Non-healing Ulcers:

Chronic or non-healing ulcers due to peripheral neuropathy can penetrate deeper into the tissues, sometimes reaching bones and joints, which can develop into a bone infection (osteomyelitis).

Life-Threatening Infection:

If an infection becomes severe and the body’s immune system cannot control it, amputation may be necessary to save the person’s life.

The decision to amputate is typically a last resort when all other treatments have failed to improve the condition or when the tissue viability is no longer sustainable. It's a decision made carefully by healthcare professionals with the goal of preserving as much of the limb as possible while also maintaining the patient's overall health and quality of life.

Are You Suffering From ANY Of These Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms?

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  • Numbness and or Tingling

  • Cold Feet

  • Burning and or Cramping

  • Pins & Needles or Electrical Pain

  • Balance Problems

  • Pain with Walking

  • Hypersensitivity

  • Diabetic Nerve Pain

If you answered "YES" to any of these peripheral neuropathy symptoms click the button below and schedule now!

It's important to address these symptoms early before the pain gets worse.

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How To Gain Relief from Nerve Pain

Discover the Results of Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment at Kelly Chiropractic. Learn About the Experiences of Some of Our Patients.

Before Treatment

  • Suffering with numbness, tingling & pain

  • Difficulty walking due to pain and numbness

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Covering up the symptoms with medication

  • Feeling frustration, anxiety, or depression?

After Treatment

  • Reduce Your Pain By As Much As 85%

  • Get your life back and enjoy walks again

  • Fall asleep fast and enjoy a restful sleep again

  • Reduce the need for medication significantly

  • Enjoy your life again

Why Choose Us

Dr. Tim Kelly, DC, BCN is Board Certified in Neuropathy

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How We Can Help You

Our breakthrough treatment program for peripheral neuropathy is the key to unlocking a life free from pain with minimal effort and the highest probability of success.

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We leverage a multi-faceted approach that combines cutting-edge medical treatments with individualized lifestyle adjustments, ensuring rapid and lasting relief.

Our program is designed to target the root cause of neuropathy, significantly reducing symptoms, and in many cases, reversing the condition.

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We Get Results

Here's What Our Patients Are Saying About Us!

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"Absolutely Blown Away"

I am real excited to watch my husband start his journey of getting well with Dr. Kelly. The first visit was nothing short of compassion and care. The knowledge Dr. Kelly and his staff shared with us was beyond exceptional. The office had a vibe of a very relaxed establishment that genuinely expressed concern for the patience. Dr. Kelly was not in a rush to push us out the door. He gave us the time to ask questions, visit the entire office procedures it offered, and a gave us a promise that he would do the best to help out with the pain. Thanks Dr. Kelly and Staff!! See you at the next visit!!!! - Christina Moody

Learn How to Manage Nerve Pain Effectively with Our 29 Point Sensory Exam™

Our 29 Point Sensory Exam™ is tailored to understand the unique aspects of your condition, ensuring the treatment is just as unique as you are.

Here’s how it works for you:

Step 1: Personalized Assessment: Each point of the exam targets a specific aspect of your neuropathy, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of your condition.

Step 2: Identifying Root Causes: By examining the brain, body, and gut, we pinpoint the exact areas contributing to your pain, ensuring targeted treatment.

Step 3: Customized Treatment Plan: Based on the results, we craft a treatment plan that addresses your specific symptoms and lifestyle, increasing the effectiveness of the intervention.

Step 4: Adjustable Strategies: As you progress, the exam helps us fine-tune your treatment, adapting to changes and maximizing relief.

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Next Steps - FAQ's

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy refers to a condition resulting from damage to the peripheral nerves, which are the vast communication network that sends signals between the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) and the rest of the body. This damage disrupts normal nerve function, leading to symptoms like pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness, primarily in the hands and feet. The condition can result from various factors, including diabetes, infections, inherited disorders, and exposure to toxins. Its impact on the body can range from mild to disabling, affecting life quality significantly.

What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is primarily caused by damage to the peripheral nerves, which can result from various factors including chronic health conditions like diabetes, which leads to high blood sugar levels damaging nerve fibers. Other causes include certain infections, inherited genetic disorders, exposure to toxins, and injuries that directly harm the nerves. In some cases, vitamin deficiencies, particularly those involving B vitamins, and alcohol abuse can also contribute to the development of this condition.

Can Peripheral Neuropathy Be Reversed?

Peripheral neuropathy often cannot be completely cured, but there are numerous measures you can take to stop it's progression. Should it stem from an underlying issue such as diabetes, you can also prioritize treating this root cause before addressing the neuropathy's pain and other symptoms.

What Are The Most Common Symptoms Of Peripheral Neuropathy?

The most common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include tingling and numbness in the extremities, particularly the hands and feet, often described as a "pins and needles" sensation. Patients may also experience sharp, burning, or throbbing pain, and in some cases, a loss of coordination or muscle weakness. These symptoms can lead to difficulties in performing daily activities, affecting an individual's quality of life.

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Say Goodbye To Nerve Pain and Hello To Life Again!

Our 29 Point Sensory Exam™ is the first step towards that reality.

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With this exam, we dive deep into your unique condition, and personalized analysis to pinpoint the exact nature of your neuropathy. This isn't just an assessment; it's a comprehensive blueprint for your path to relief.

Consider the costs of ongoing medications, treatments, and the priceless value of your well-being and time.

For a limited time, we're offering the 29 Point Sensory Exam™ for just $67 (For A Limited Time Only Regular $247) .

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