Chiropractic care for Wellness

STRUGGLING WITH NEUROPATHY PAIN?

Our outstanding team is here to help you live a pain-free life. Schedule your appointment today!

Welcome to Optimal Health Straw Chiropractic

Are you struggling with neuropathy or peripheral neuropathy? Neuropathy is defined as a group of disorders that begins due to damage of the peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system is a part of the nervous system excluding the brain and spinal cord. This means that this is the collection of nerves that is connects your limbs and organs to the central nervous system.


NEUROPATHY AND PAIN RELIEF

Over the last 5 years we have helped more than 5,000 people suffering with the chronic pain, burning, tingling and numbness of neuropathy – reduce their pain, and start on the path to walking more pain-free, some after their very first treatments.

Do you suffer from one of these seven symptoms of neuropathy?

NUMBNESS, BURNING, CRAMPING, SHARP PAINS, TINGLING, HURTS TO WALK, TROUBLE SLEEPING BECAUSE OF PAIN IN YOUR FEET, HANDS OR LEGS

If you suffer from one, or all, of these symptoms, then congratulations! You have just taken the first step to becoming free from foot pain and numbness. Here at Optimal Health Straw Chiropractic Inc. we listen and work with you to help ‘heal your body naturally’ and end the painful suffering from neuropathy.


MISSION STATEMENT: TO INSPIRE ALL PEOPLE TO THRIVE IN LIFE AND LIVE WITH OPTIMAL HEALTH.


Our team of dedicated doctors has helped to save many on the verge of being completely disabled by using our proprietary treatment protocol and reversing the pain of damaging neuropathy.

There is hope for patients whose feet, legs, and hands have been damaged by neuropathy. Our proprietary care program improves circulation and helps restore feeling to your feet and hands.

You don’t have to just “Learn to Live with it” or take prescription pain killers to ‘mask your pain’

Risky surgery does not guarantee a fix to your pain. Our dedicated team of professionals are ready to listen to you and help you get your life back.


For more information about how the chiropractors at Optimal Health Straw Chiropractic can help you live a happy, pain-free life, contact us today.

Who can Develop Neuropathy?

Neuropathy can affect all people of all ages. It is more commonly found in men and Caucasians as well as those who have jobs consisting of a lot repetitive movements. There are several risk factors ranging from lifestyle choices, behaviors and conditions. As previously stated, those who have poor nutrition are likely to develop Type II Diabetes which will cause neuropathy. If a person suffers from an autoimmune disease, they have a predisposition for the development of various types of neuropathy.  If a person has a compromised immune system (organ transplant recipient, HIV/AIDS patients, or due to medication), they are at an increased risk for developing a type of neuropathy. If a person suffers from alcoholism or has a vitamin deficiency, they are likely to develop a form of neuropathy. Also, if a person has kidney disease, liver disease or a thyroid disorder they are more susceptible to developing neuropathy.

Neuropathy Treatment Options

There have been several treatments developed for the treatment of neuropathies. Treatment options range from medications, creams, special diets and therapies. All of these treatments are designed to assist in nervous system function. The most common course of treatment is prescription antidepressants to relieve pain in non-depressed patients. Research has also found that antidepressants can alleviate peripheral neuropathy induced from chemotherapy treatments.

Proper nutrition is very important in preventing and managing neuropathy. This is especially true about diabetics. An exercise plan is highly recommended. If you are currently a smoker, it is advised to quit. For relief at home, massaging your hands and feet will stimulate the nerves and relieve pain. It is also extremely important to avoid spending extensive periods of time on your knees or elbows in order to prevent further damage.