Neuropathy is nerve damage in the extremities of the hands and feet that creates numbness, tingling, and pain. Chronic foot pain is a complaint of patients with neuropathy. The causes of neuropathy may include injuries and long-term medical conditions like diabetes. We at Optimal Spine Chiropractic in Aberdeen, MD, are here to help.

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The most common cause of neuropathy is diabetes. Over time, this can damage the nerves, leading to neuropathy. Other diseases, such as hypothyroidism, can also cause neuropathy.

Injuries to the nerves, such as from a traumatic injury or surgery, can also cause neuropathy. Infections, such as Lyme disease or shingles, can also be responsible for nerve damage.

Vitamin deficiencies, such as B12, can also lead to neuropathy. Alcoholism can also cause neuropathy because it may cause vitamin deficiencies. Toxic exposure, such as from heavy metals, can also lead to neuropathy.

Autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, can also cause neuropathy. This is because the immune system attacks the nerves and causes damage.

Genetic disorders, such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, can also cause neuropathy.

Finally, some types of cancer can cause neuropathy.


Neuropathy may be characterized by numbness, tingling, burning, and pain in the extremities (hands or feet) that is caused by damage to the nerves. A loss of feeling combines with hand or foot pain in an uncomfortable way to live.

Neuropathy might start to manifest as loss of sensation in the toes of both feet or in the fingers in both hands.


If the cause of neuropathy does not interfere, seeing a chiropractor as soon as possible might help. Early diagnosis and treatment by a chiropractor on our chiropractic team may be able to help reduce the severity of neuropathy and the associated symptoms. Treatments for neuropathy may include nutritional advice, corrective exercises, and lifestyle modifications.

Chiropractic treatment for neuropathy might involve manual manipulation of the spine and extremities and other treatments. These treatments may aim to reduce nerve irritation, improve circulation, and stimulate the body’s natural healing process.

Chiropractic care is a natural and alternative way to help get relief from neuropathy symptoms. We do not rely on medications that might have harmful side effects.

Get Treatment for Chronic Foot Pain at Optimal Spine Chiropractic in Aberdeen, MD

With proper management, relief from neuropathy is possible. Schedule an appointment for a treatment consultation with us at Optimal Spine Chiropractic in Aberdeen, MD. Call us at (410) 273-5351 for more information.