Causes & Symptoms of Nerve Pain
The brain and spinal cord make up the central nervous system. Damages from disease or work related injuries or car accident injuries can cause intense nerve pain. Pain caused by nerve damage can feel different to each person. Sometimes nerve pain, also called neuropathic pain, can range from numbness to a burning, tingling, prickling, or a sharp sudden stabbing feeling.
Conditions that can cause nerve pain include:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Infections (Lyme disease, shingles, STDs)
- Diseases (kidney, thyroid, or liver)
- Medication or alcohol abuse
- Disc injuries
- Lumbar Radiculopathy
Nerve Pain Relief
There are a variety of nerve pain triggers that can contribute to the onset of pain. Whether you have an inherited nerve disorder or have been in an accident, Dr. Sam will assess your unique needs for nerve pain relief. In some cases, unseen injuries in the extremities (feet and hands) can be discovered as the cause of nerve pain.
At Newton Chiropractic, you’ll find a natural remedy for neuropathic pain through manual adjustments, acupuncture, massage therapy, or through instrument-assisted chiropractic care. Schedule your appointment with Dr. Sam today to get started living pain free!