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Healing from Within: Understanding and Treating Neuropathy


Neuropathy, a condition that affects the nerves, can cause debilitating symptoms such as pain, numbness, and weakness. It's a complex condition that requires a comprehensive approach to treatment. At our Natural Health Center in Clifton, New Jersey, we believe in healing from within by understanding the root causes of neuropathy and providing integrative care that includes both conventional treatments and alternative therapies.

Understanding Neuropathy

Neuropathy is a general term for conditions that result from damage to the body's peripheral nerves. These nerves are responsible for transmitting signals between the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and the rest of the body. When these nerves are damaged or diseased, they can disrupt this important communication system leading to various symptoms like tingling sensations, muscle weakness, or even paralysis.

There are several types of neuropathy including diabetic neuropathy (common in people with diabetes), peripheral neuropathy (affects nerves outside the brain and spinal cord), autonomic neuropathy (affects involuntary body functions), and more. Each type has its own set of symptoms and complications.

Identifying Root Causes

At our Nerve Wellness clinic in Clifton New Jersey, we focus on identifying the root causes of your neuropathy to provide effective treatment options. The causes of neuropathy can be varied - from systemic diseases like diabetes or kidney disorders to vitamin deficiencies or exposure to toxins.

Our team conducts thorough evaluations which include medical history reviews, physical examinations, nerve tests, blood tests among others to identify these underlying causes. This approach allows us to tailor a treatment plan that not only addresses your symptoms but also targets the root cause of your neuropathy.

Integrative Care: Conventional Treatments & Alternative Therapies

Once we have identified the root cause(s) of your neuropathy, we design an integrative care plan that combines conventional treatments with alternative therapies. This approach is designed to provide comprehensive care that addresses all aspects of your health.

Conventional treatments may include medications to control pain and other symptoms, physical therapy to improve muscle strength and mobility, and in some cases, surgery.

In addition to these, we offer a range of alternative therapies at our Natural Health Center. These include regen therapies which use the body's own healing mechanisms to repair damaged nerves, anti-inflammatory diets to reduce inflammation that can worsen neuropathy symptoms, and lifestyle changes like regular exercise and stress management techniques.

Lifestyle Changes & Neuropathy

Lifestyle changes are an integral part of our neuropathy treatment plan. Regular exercise can help improve muscle strength, control blood sugar levels (important for people with diabetic neuropathy), and boost overall nerve health.

We also encourage a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats. Certain nutrients like B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids are particularly beneficial for nerve health.

Stress management is another important aspect of our integrative care approach. Chronic stress can exacerbate neuropathy symptoms and hinder recovery. We offer various stress management techniques including mindfulness meditation, yoga, deep breathing exercises among others.


Take the first step towards a pain-free life! At the Natural Health Center in Clifton, New Jersey, we invite you to embark on a journey of healing from within. Say goodbye to the discomfort of neuropathy and embrace a comprehensive approach that addresses the root causes.

Ready to reclaim your well-being? Contact us at 973-370-9155 or visit our appointment page to schedule a consultation. Our dedicated team is here to guide you through a personalized treatment plan, combining conventional therapies and alternative approaches for effective neuropathy management.


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