Michigan Health & Wellness Center
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Traverse City, Michigan 49684
Peripheral neuropathy is a result of damage to the peripheral nerves. That nerve damage causes weakness, numbness and pain. The symptoms usually are in your hands and feet, but it’s not uncommon to have them in other parts of your body.
Many people complain of tingling or burning; others say there’s a loss of feeling or a feeling akin to wearing a stocking or glove.
The most common cause of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes. Other causes are injuries, infections, toxic exposure or metabolism problems.
Rodney shares about his experience using Peripheral Neuropathy Shockwave Therapy at Michigan Health & Wellness Center.
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Treatment for Peripheral neuropathy may include:
Physical Conditioning on feet and hands to stimulate the nerve endings
Cold laser therapy