Certified Neuropathy Treatment in Vancouver WA
What is Neuropathy Treatment?
At Pain Relief Partners, non-invasive procedures are used for neuropathy treatment in Vancouver, Washington. Neuropathy is a condition of the nervous system which affects somewhere around twenty million Americans, and is commonly treated through medication, often with highly addictive prescriptions. Here at Pain Relief Partners, in Vancouver, Washington, neuropathy treatment is something we choose to do differently because we believe in treating the cause of the condition, not the symptom. We work to solve problems with solutions that are non-invasive, such as nerve blocks, chiropractic care, lumbar decompression, and neuropathy lights and boots to help increase blood flow to the feet.
If you have neuropathy, you may have been told that you “Just need to learn to live with it.” We do not find that acceptable! Most patients who come see us for neuropathy symptoms have been on multiple prescription medications to try to reduce their symptoms. These medications tell the brain that there isn’t pain, but they don’t do anything to help the feet or hands where there is nerve damage, so the condition actually worsens. We want to do something to help our patients be able to feel more, have better balance, and live with less pain. We have several treatment options available, and we would very much like the opportunity to be able to educate you on what we may be able to do for you!
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Our Neuropathy Treatments
Pain Relief Partners helps people live more healthful, productive, and active lives. Using the combined expertise, we are able to achieve the best possible clinical results for our patients. Starting with a comprehensive physical exam and diagnostic assessment, our practitioners work to find out which approach is the right one for you, in order to design a plan of care specifically for you and your condition.
Neuropathy may be caused by a disease process, a trauma, or may be inherited, Often, a specific cause cannot be identified, and this is called idiopathic neuropathy. Known causes of peripheral neuropathy include: physical injury or trauma, autoimmune disease, cancer, metabolic and endocrine disorders, small vessel disease, infections (shingles, Lyme disease, etc.), kidney disorders, neuromas, and exposure to toxins (medications such as chemotherapy, environmental or industrial toxins, or heavy alcohol consumption).
We also offer ancillary treatments including deep tissue laser therapy, monochromatic light therapy, lumbar (lower back) decompression, and compression boots. Each of these therapies also help promote increased circulation and “wake up” the feet and increase your quality of life!