Neuropathy Treatments

Neuropathy, which may also be called peripheral neuropathy, is a term that references a group of medical conditions that damages the peripheral nervous system – the nerves that transmit signals between the body’s limbs, organs, and muscles to the central nervous system. While neuropathic symptoms may begin as mild, they will often worsen if left untreated. Dr. Sherra Conde of The Spine Align Center in Fayetteville, GA, offers various chiropractic and complementary therapies to treat the root cause and symptoms generated by neuropathy.  

What is Neuropathy?

The body’s nerves send electrochemical signals between the Central Nervous System (i.e., your brain and spinal cord) to various parts of your body. A neuropathy condition can manifest –

  • With a single nerve (a.k.a. mononeuropathy)
  • Multiple nerves in separate parts of the body (a.k.a multiple mononeuropathy)
  • Many nerves in the body (a.k.a polyneuropathy)

What are the Common Symptoms of Neuropathy?

Symptoms of neuropathy will vary. Common neuropathy symptoms depend on the nerve impacted -

  • Numbness/tingling in certain areas of the body – i.e., limbs, etc.
  • Shooting and burning pain
  • High sensitivity
  • Muscle weakness
  • Bladder problems
  • Digestive issues
  • Reduced coordination
  • Changes to the health of skin, hair, or nails

What are the Causes of Neuropathy?

The causes of neuropathy vary and include, in part -


An accident or injury (repetitive stress, fracture, etc. ) can cause nerve damage and create neuropathic symptoms.

Autoimmune Diseases

Various autoimmune conditions have the potential to cause varying intensities of neuropathy as they generate inflammation – the precursor to neuropathy –

  • Diabetes – among the most common causes of neuropathy
  • Lupus
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome and more


Infections – Lyme disease, shingles, HIV/AIDS, etc. - either viral or bacterial, can cause neuropathy.

Vitamin Deficiencies

Those who are deficient in vitamin B1, B6, B12, or vitamin E may find this lack of nutrients can add to nerve damage.

Medications & Toxins

Certain medication side effects (e.g., chemotherapy) and toxins – like industrial chemicals or heavy metals may cause neuropathy.

How Chiropractic Care Can Be Beneficial for the Symptoms of Neuropathy

Chiropractic care plays an integral and vital role in diagnosing and managing neuropathic symptoms, especially for those whose underlying cause is an issue related to the musculoskeletal system or nerve compression. Chiropractors help relieve the symptoms of neuropathy using these techniques and more -

  • Chiropractic adjustments and manipulations
  • Decompression therapy
  • Laser therapy
  • Therapeutic massage

Contact a Leading Fayetteville, GA, Chiropractor for Neuropathy Symptom Relief

If you live in or around Fayetteville and find you need relief from the symptoms of neuropathy, contact Dr. Conde or a member of our team of professionals at 678-489-2974 or online. We look forward to customizing a plan to address your neuropathic condition.

Dr. Conde's Powerful Treatment Method 

Dr. Conde utilizes nerve stimulation, regenerative technology, and metabolic nutritional supplements. Neuropathy is a complex disease and is often tied to a person's diet and exercise routine. Using nutritional support and high-tech treatment, she can restore your limbs and improve your overall strength and stability quickly and effectively. 

Problems That Dr. Conde Treats 

Managing neuropathy in Fayetteville and Atlanta, GA, requires covering a broad range of different concerns. For example, Dr. Conde can help with sharp and unexpected pain in the area, pinched nerves throughout the body, degenerative discs in the back, and any peripheral neuropathic concerns. Her goal is to provide a comprehensive care method using focused and effective treatments. 

Broad but focused means she considers your total health, particularly your neuropathic care while providing treatments that focus on specific parts of the body. Taking care of minor issues first can result in positive changes throughout the whole body. In this way, she can reverse neuropathic problems in the hands, feet, and fingers while providing nutritional support alongside laser therapy. 

The underlying strategy of these treatments is to restore function and strength to areas affected by nerve damage. Dr. Conde understands how difficult this condition is to tolerate and works hard to support you. She'll make adjustments as needed to ensure that you recover properly. By taking your needs into account first, she creates the comprehensive therapy package that you need to bounce back.

Dr. Conde's Mission Statement 

The goal of Georgia Neuropathy Doctors is to provide the highest level of care while reversing neuropathic symptoms naturally and effectively. Their goal is to continually improve your overall health with passionate and purposeful treatment. Dr. Conde provides a compassionate and friendly face to her patients as she helps restore them back to a higher quality of life while reducing suffering.

Don't Let This Problem Affect You 

If you need treatment for neuropathy in Fayetteville or Atlanta, GA, call us at Georgia Neuropathy Doctors right away to get help. Dr. Conde is a fully board-certified physician with years of experience in her field. She truly loves what she does and translates that passion into compassionate and caring therapy. Call our office at 770-731-2056 to set up your appointment or learn more about your care.

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