Reversing Neuropathy

Neuropathy is a condition that affects the nerves of the body, causing symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and weakness. It is a disorder that arises due to damage or dysfunction in the nerves, which can be caused by a variety of underlying conditions, such as diabetes, infections, autoimmune disorders, alcoholism, and certain medications. The damage can occur in the peripheral nerves, which connect the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body, or in the autonomic nerves, which control involuntary bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion.

The Symptoms of Neuropathy

The symptoms of neuropathy can range from mild to severe, and can affect different parts of the body depending on which nerves are affected. If you have already been diagnosed with neuropathy, the following symptoms may sound familiar.

Some common symptoms includes:

  • Tingling or burning sensations
  • Numbness
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Pain that can be sharp, stabbing, or throbbing


Neuropathy can also lead to complications such as foot ulcers, infections, and falls, particularly in elderly individuals. Treatment for neuropathy depends on the underlying cause and severity of the condition, and could include medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes such as exercise and diet modifications.

If you are suffering with neuropathy, there is hope! At Gold Coast Chiropractic our treatment has a 93% success rate with no surgery, shots, or addictive and dangerous medications. Many of our patients have been able to stop their medications. We provide treatment options that are non-invasive with no side effects.


There are several treatment options that can help alleviate the symptoms of neuropathy without the use of medication or surgery, including:

Physical Therapy: Exercises and physical therapy can help improve strength, balance, and coordination, which can reduce the risk of falls and injuries. Physical therapy can also help alleviate pain and discomfort by improving blood flow and promoting healing.

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS): TENS therapy involves applying electrical stimulation to the affected areas, which can help reduce pain and improve circulation.

Acupuncture: Acupuncture involves inserting fine needles into specific points on the body to stimulate the nervous system and promote healing. Some studies have shown that acupuncture can help alleviate the symptoms of neuropathy.

Massage Therapy: Massage therapy can help improve circulation, reduce muscle tension, and alleviate pain and discomfort. 

Vitamin B12: Studies have shown that Vitamin B12 can help treat the symptoms of neuropathy by reviving the nerves and developing myelination. For adults with neuropathy, you will typically need 1000 mcg daily over five days or 1000 mcg weekly over five weeks. Learn more about how Vitamin B12 can help treat neuropathy on our blog post. (Link to blog post)

Lifestyle Modifications: Making changes to diet and exercise habits, quitting smoking, and reducing alcohol consumption can all help improve nerve function and reduce the risk of complications.

Alternative Therapies: Some individuals may find relief from neuropathy symptoms by trying alternative therapies such as yoga, meditation, or biofeedback. These therapies can help reduce stress and promote relaxation, which can in turn reduce pain and discomfort.

It’s important to note that these treatments may not work for everyone, and some individuals may require medication or surgery to manage their symptoms. Our Chicago chiropractor has extensive experience in reversing neuropathy for several patients at our practice. Contact our office to see how we can help to alleviate the pain and discomfort you experience from neuropathy.

This type of treatment is for those of you that have:

  •  Numbness Or Tingling In Hands, Arms, Or Legs
  • Diabetic Nerve Pain
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Sharp, Jabbing, Throbbing, Or Burning Pain
  • Difficulty Sleeping From Leg Or Foot Discomfort

There May Be Hope For You


Do You Have Chronic Pain? 

If you have chronic neuropathy that you have been told you have to live with, Gold Coast Chiropractic may be able to help.

Do You Feel Like Have You Tried Everything?

You may feel as though you have tried everything possible, and still haven’t felt any results. If this is the case, chiropractic care might be the best option for you.

Do You Think Surgery Is Your Only Option?

Having surgery can take a big toll on your body and your pockets. We can eliminate pain and increase mobility, without the use of drugs or costly surgery. Whether you are suffering from diabetic, peripheral, or some other form of neuropathy, our doctor can help you feel your best.







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Does Neuropathy Go Away?

Whether or not neuropathy goes away depends on the underlying cause and the severity of the condition. In some cases, such as when neuropathy is caused by a temporary illness or injury, the symptoms may go away on their own once the underlying condition is treated. For example, if neuropathy is caused by a vitamin deficiency, taking supplements may help alleviate the symptoms.

However, in many cases, neuropathy is caused by a chronic condition such as diabetes or an autoimmune disorder, and the symptoms may be permanent or require ongoing management. In such cases, the focus of treatment may be on managing the symptoms, preventing complications, and slowing down the progression of the condition. While there is no cure for neuropathy, with proper treatment and self-care measures, many individuals with neuropathy can lead full and active lives.

There are many people in the Chicago area that still suffer with peripheral neuropathy. In this day and age there have been significant improvements in the pain management treatments we can offer. The past treatments for peripheral neuropathy revolved around medication, and many patients were left disappointed. It doesn’t have to be this way anymore.

Can You Have Neuropathy Without Diabetes?

Yes, it is possible to get neuropathy without having diabetes. Neuropathy can be caused by a variety of factors, including autoimmune disorders, infections, exposure to toxins, certain medications, and hereditary factors. For example, autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and Sjogren’s syndrome can cause damage to the nerves and lead to neuropathy. Infections such as HIV, shingles, and Lyme disease can also cause neuropathy.

Exposure to toxins such as heavy metals or chemicals can cause nerve damage and lead to neuropathy. Certain medications such as chemotherapy drugs, antiretroviral drugs, and some antibiotics can also cause nerve damage and lead to neuropathy.

Additionally, some individuals may be genetically predisposed to neuropathy, and may develop the condition even in the absence of any other risk factors.

Is Medication The Best Way To Treat Neuropathy?

Medication can be very helpful for a number of things. The problem is that medication is not generally designed to correct the cause of the problem. We know so much about the human body today. It’s time to move beyond treatments that mask your symptoms.

Our new peripheral neuropathy treatments succeed because we attack the problem at its source. Our combination of breakthrough technology along with advanced treatments provides your body with everything it needs to heal the damaged nerves. The majority of patients notice an improvement in their symptoms within their first few treatments.


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