Peripheral Neuropathy

Be Free of the Pins & Needles of Neuropathy

Many patients find that complementary and alternative therapies help manage pain caused by peripheral neuropathy.


Complementary and alternative therapies are drug-free treatments that are non-invasive and support the idea that the body will work to heal itself. They may be used alone or may be combined with other medications and treatments.

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The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy often include:

  • A sensation of wearing an invisible “glove” or “sock”

  • Burning sensation or freezing pain, extreme sensitivity to touch

  • Sharp, jabbing, shooting, or electric-like pain

  • Difficulty sleeping because of feet and leg pain

  • Loss of balance and coordination

  • Muscle weakness, cramping/twitching

  • Difficulty walking or moving the arms

  • Unusual sweating

  • Abnormalities in blood pressure or pulse

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