Intense nerve pain? Peripheral neuropathy may be a condition you are experiencing. This painful nerve condition is thought to affect around 42 million Americans, though only half of them are aware of it through a diagnosis.
Peripheral neuropathy is a complicated condition that can manifest in many ways. It can cause pain, burning, tingling or 'pins & needles,’ prickling and hot and cold sensations or numbness, depending on where it is coming from.
Depending upon the cause of the neuropathy, these symptoms can get worse over time. They usually start in the feet and then progress to the arms and hands.
A dysfunction in the peripheral nervous systems is usually the cause of these symptoms. Normally, signals would be transmitted from the brain to the extremities by the nerves. However, in peripheral neuropathy cases, these nerves can become damaged or distorted. It is unclear what causes the damage, but injuries, hardening of arteries, diabetes, chemotherapy and alcohol abuse can all play a role.
Peripheral neuropathy is a complicated disease that causes numbness and tingling in the hands and feet. There are many causes for peripheral neuropathy, including diabetes, chemotherapy, and infections.
If you’ve been searching for neuropathy hand treatment in Richmond, the holistic, non-invasive options at Chronic Care of Richmond may be what you’re looking for.
Many people mistake peripheral neuropathy symptoms for arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome. These symptoms can cause nerve damage that could lead to permanent disability if left untreated. When neuropathy is in your hands, most believe it is arthritis or carpal tunnel, but further review is necessary to determine the root condition.
We at Chronic Care of Richmond have the experience to provide neuropathy hand treatment using our advanced techniques. Our team of experts will work one-on-one with you to determine the best treatment plan for you so you can return to living a normal, pain-free life.
Peripheral neuropathy affects the peripheral nervous system, which is the nerve system that lies outside of the brain and spinal cord. It causes weakness, pain and numbness, most commonly in the hands and feet. It can also cause problems with digestion, urination and circulation.
Your peripheral nervous system relays information from your central nervous system to your spinal cord. The peripheral nerves relay sensory information to the central nervous system. Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by trauma, metabolic issues, inherited disorders or exposure to toxic chemicals.
Patients with peripheral neuropathy describe their pain as burning or stabbing. Treatment is the best option for most cases of peripheral neuropathy.
Each peripheral nerve performs a particular function. Symptoms can vary depending on which nerves are affected.
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Some causes of peripheral neuropathy, such a vitamin deficiencies, can be reversed and cause the diagnosis to be reversed. However, with many types of peripheral neuropathy, there is typically some degree of permanent damage. Long-term treatment to reduce pain is often the best option in these cases.
Painkillers and nerve blockers might be perscribed to help manage your symptoms.
Medication is not necessarily the only option, though. Some treatments can improve the quality of life for patients with this condition.
Peripheral neuropathy can be treated with non-drug methods such as cold or warm packs — unless the cold or heat makes the symptoms worse.
Meditation, relaxation techniques and massage are all complementary therapies for stress relief. These therapies can help with the pain.
Some people find it helpful to use transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation (TENS). The device delivers a small amount of electric current to interrupt nerve messages. This treatment has not been proven effective by research.
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord. The symptoms of pain and tingling are often worse at night and may be accompanied by burning sensations. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it could be due to peripheral neuropathy.
Chronic Care of Richmond has helped many people with this condition find relief from their symptoms through our neuropathy hand treatment. Our goal is to get you back to living life without worrying about how much pain you’ll feel when getting out of bed in the morning.
At Chronic Care of Richmond, we know how debilitating chronic conditions like peripheral neuropathy can be on someone's quality of life, which is why we do everything possible to help patients reach their goals as quickly as possible while also providing them with all the tools they need along the way!
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Myerisha is free from Neuropathy pain, tingling, burning, coldness, & and numbness in her feet!
Carol found relief from neuropathy and her balance is back, no more tingling, sharp pains, pins and needles in her feet. She's even working out 5 days a week!
Rodney, is a dancer who could no longer feel his feet. He came to us skeptical and without hope. After treatment from our Neuropathy program he is dancing again and is AMAZED with his progress and recovery.
Mr. Mundy was suffering with pain, numbness, tingling, and severe neuropathy in his feet. After going through our treatment he can wear his work shoes again and can work all day.
Mr Spicer had neuropathy in both feet with burning, tingling, pins and needles. He went from a 78% and 61% nerve loss on each foot to to 35% and 28% nerve loss improvement. His A1C is now stabilized, and he's lost 30 pounds.
Mr. Walls suffered with pins, needles, balance issues, and severe neuropathy. His A1C dropped from 12.2 to 6.6. He feels better — no more tingling or bee stinging feeling / stepping on needles, burning, or pain.
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Dr. Bryant Snyder is a leader in the field of non-drug, non-surgical chronic pain procedures. He has successfully managed thousands of patients suffering from chronic joint pain, peripheral neuropathy, and other chronic neurological and metabolic conditions.
Dr. Bryant Snyder graduated from Life University in Marietta, Georgia and has been in full-time practice since 2002. He regularly attends post-graduate educational seminars on topics such as regenerative medicine, functional neurology, functional medicine, spinal structure, and nutrition and also consults other doctors in his profession.
Dr. Snyder is a graduate of the American Functional Neurology Institute (AFNI). He is Board Certified in Integrative Medicine and is a diplomate in Whole Medical Systems from the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Snyder and his wife of 20 years, Jenneane, have three beautiful children, Delaney, Chloe, and Crosby. They enjoy sports of all kinds as well as hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities.
Growing up Jenneane always got an “x” in that box on the report card for “Excessive talking”. Although her teachers may not have agreed at the time, that “x” that just reflected her love of people – being around them, talking to them, helping them. Her passion for people transitioned into a passion for little people as an elementary school teacher. She later moved on to work in a successful children’s franchise company in which she eventually became Vice President, where she helped people who wanted to bring enrichment education to children in their community. But everything changed when Bryant first learned about regenerative medicine and how it was helping people with chronic pain. He was in his 16th year of practice when they realized that by incorporating stem cells into the practice, they could not only help current patients, but they could also help the people in our community who are living with chronic pain and have lost hope. Those who have tried everything else and just want their life back! This was the only natural path for them to take. So, Jenneane quit her career, they both received an immense amount of training, they worked hard, and here they are – offering a safe, affordable, effective, non-invasive procedure for chronic pain to their community. When she is not working in or on their practice, she is with the people she is most passionate about – their three kiddos, Delaney, Chloe, and Crosby who keep them busy and happy. And, at the root of it all, everyone has the right to be happy. If you are living with chronic pain, you, too, can once again be truly happy! Jenneane is seeing the life-changing results in their patients and that, too, makes her happy.
Amber Manche brings extensive experience in pain management, surgical trauma ICU, cardiac, and bariatric surgery to the Chronic Care of Richmond practice. She received her Master’s degree in Nursing from Chamberlain University. She has a holistic approach to patient care, and her personal goal is to serve our patients as a functional medicine nurse practitioner.
Amber enjoys spending time with her dog and two boys who love soccer, football, wrestling, hockey and video games. She loves gardening, reading, running, pilates and yoga. On her days off you may find Amber walking/running with the dog, at church, at the park with the kids, with family or on the water in the summer.
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A graduate of James Madison University with a business degree in Marketing, Trish started her career in sports marketing, and she thrives on collaboration and teamwork. She's energized by the fast-paced, patient-centered, and dynamic environment at Chronic Care of Richmond & Weight Loss RVA. Away from the office, Trish loves fitness, spending time with her family at the beach and playing and watching sports.
Tiffany was born and raised in Virginia and she loves it here. She is energetic and thinks of herself as quite the comedian. She’s constantly on the move and you’ll never see her sitting still for very long. She loves helping people and takes great pride in her work in the office. She is married and has 3 children, all of whom are very unique. She is also the mother of four amazing ferrets that wear hoodies as a way of self-expression.
Certified Health & Life Coach, Emily, completed her bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University Idaho. Passionate about helping people change negative beliefs into positive beliefs, Emily received her training and certification from Aspen Family and Wellness Center. She has experience working with patients from various backgrounds by helping them create spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional goals that they successfully maintain over time.
In her spare time, Emily loves to get some extra steps in by looking for home and decor at TJ Maxx, Home Goods, or Target. She loves to spend time with her husband and her cute (and hyper) dog, Maggie. Emily is excited to meet her patients and is excited to help them on their health journey.
Courtney is a certified Health Coach with a certification in fitness, nutrition, and holistic care from American Council on Exercise. She has worked in the Richmond, VA area community to achieve sustainable lifestyle changes since 2019. Courtney has experience working with clients of all ages, backgrounds, and fitness levels. She is passionate about helping our community become the best version of themselves, and learn to live to their fullest, healthiest, and happiest potential.
In her spare time Courtney enjoys doing anything outside from hiking or camping to kayaking. Her favorite down-time includes attending or watching Washington Capitals hockey, reading a good self-help book, or cuddling up with her cat Bella, who believes she is a dog.
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As Patient Care Coordinator, Kristy brings extensive customer service and patient care experience to the Chronic Care of Richmond & Weight Loss RVA team. With a background as an Emergency Medical Technician and Medic, she brings a dynamic and caring patient-outcome focus to the team.
Kristy is a native of New York City, and she and her husband moved to Richmond after raising six children. They enjoy spending time with family, including their two dogs, Kairo and Karma. A positive, optimistic caregiver you’ll always see Kristy with a smile on her face!