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Does Aspen Summit Class IV Laser Therapy Work on Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy can significantly disrupt your daily life, leading to sensations of pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness. Simple tasks such as fastening a shirt button or using a fork can become challenging, and pursuing activities you love, like exercise or hobbies, may seem nearly impossible. If you are experiencing the discomfort of peripheral neuropathy, you don’t have to endure it alone. Foundation Chiropractic Lutz takes pride in providing a safe and proven solution for peripheral neuropathy through class IV laser therapy.

By ArLawKa

What is peripheral neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy occurs when damage affects the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord, known as peripheral nerves. This condition often manifests with symptoms such as weakness, numbness, and pain, typically concentrated in the hands and feet. Moreover, it can impact various bodily functions, including digestion and urination.

The peripheral nervous system serves as the conduit for transmitting information from the central nervous system (comprising the brain and spinal cord) to the rest of the body via motor nerves. Additionally, peripheral nerves convey sensory information back to the central nervous system through sensory nerves.

There are several potential causes of peripheral neuropathy, including traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic issues, genetic factors, and exposure to toxins. Notably, one prevalent cause of neuropathy is diabetes.

Individuals suffering from peripheral neuropathy often describe their discomfort as stabbing, burning, or tingling sensations. Some symptoms may improve, especially when the underlying cause is treatable. Medications can be employed to alleviate the pain associated with peripheral neuropathy.

Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy

Each nerve within the peripheral system serves a distinct purpose, with symptoms varying based on the specific nerve type affected. These nerves can be categorized as follows:

· Sensory nerves: These nerves receive sensory information from the skin, including temperature, pain, vibration, and touch.

· Motor nerves: Responsible for controlling muscle movement.

· Autonomic nerves: Regulate various bodily functions, such as blood pressure, sweating, heart rate, digestion, and bladder function.

Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy may encompass:

· Gradual onset of numbness, tingling, or prickling sensations in the hands or feet can extend into the arms and legs.

· Sharp, throbbing, jabbing, or burning pain.

· Heightened sensitivity to touch.

· Pain experienced during activities that generally should not cause discomfort, such as feeling pain in the feet when bearing weight or even when a blanket covers them.

· Loss of coordination and a tendency to fall.

· Muscle weakness.

· The sensation of wearing gloves or socks, even when not wearing them.

· Inability to move affected body parts when motor nerves are impacted.

When autonomic nerves are affected, additional symptoms may include:

· Intolerance to heat.

· Abnormal sweating patterns, either excessive sweating or the inability to sweat.

· Gastrointestinal, bladder, or digestive problems.

· Episodes of low blood pressure leading to dizziness or lightheadedness.

Peripheral neuropathy can manifest in different ways: mononeuropathy affecting a single nerve (e.g., carpal tunnel syndrome), multiple mononeuropathy affecting two or more nerves in different areas, or polyneuropathy affecting numerous nerves throughout the body. It is worth noting that most individuals with peripheral neuropathy experience polyneuropathy.

What is class IV laser therapy?

Class IV laser therapy offers a non-invasive, medication-free approach to healing, harnessing the power of light energy to initiate the body’s natural healing mechanisms. This laser light penetrates deeply into the tissues, alleviating inflammation and pain while fostering tissue rejuvenation. Scientific research has consistently demonstrated the efficacy of class IV laser therapy as a treatment option for peripheral neuropathy.

How does Class IV laser therapy help in the treatment of neuropathy?

Class 4 laser therapy is a versatile therapeutic approach that addresses various medical conditions encompassing pain, inflammation, and wound healing. Distinguished by its high-intensity laser beams, Class 4 laser therapy can delve deeper into bodily tissues, enhancing its efficacy in reaching the skin’s profound layers and underlying tissues. Consequently, this therapeutic modality holds the potential to alleviate discomfort, quell inflammation, and augment nerve functionality.

Emerging evidence hints at the promising role of Class 4 laser therapy in mitigating neuropathy. Scientific investigations have yielded findings that indicate its ability to alleviate pain and enhance nerve function, particularly among individuals grappling with diabetic neuropathy — a prevalent complication of diabetes that impairs nerves in the lower extremities.

It is essential to remember that while Class 4 laser therapy can yield benefits for specific individuals with neuropathy, it does not present a definitive cure and may not yield consistent results for everyone. The prudent course of action involves seeking guidance from a healthcare professional to ascertain its suitability as a treatment option for your specific condition.

If you’re dealing with a case of peripheral neuropathy, are exploring treatment options, and are interested in determining your eligibility for Class IV Laser Therapy, please get in touch with Foundation Chiropractic at (813) 578–5889. We eagerly anticipate assisting you in your journey toward safe and natural healing, free from needing medications or surgical intervention.


Dr. Berner does not diagnose, treat, or prevent any medical diseases or conditions; instead, he analyzes and corrects the structure of his patients with Foundational Correction to improve their overall quality of life. He works with their physicians, who regulate their medications. This blog post is not designed to provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment, or services to you or any other individual. The information provided in this post or through linkages to other sites is not a substitute for medical or professional care. You should not use the information in place of a visit, consultation, or the advice of your physician or another healthcare provider. Foundation Chiropractic and Dr. Brett Berner are not liable or responsible for any advice, the course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other information, services, or product you obtain through this article or others.

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