Neuropathy in Flower Mound


Non-Medication Treatment for Neuropathy and Chronic Nerve Discomfort is Available. Contact us NOW to end your Neuropathy Pain!!!

Our program utilizes state-of-the-art technologies to addresses the underline causes. The following are 4 powerful treatments that get proven results for neuropathy in Flower Mound:

  1. Low Light Laser Therapy - Repairs nerves naturally (No addictive drugs!) FDA approved.
  2. Electrical Stimulation - Increases blood flow to the nerves. See immediate results when specific electrical frequencies wake up nerve response.
  3. Nutrition - Studies show that certain nutrients facilitate nerve regeneration. We have an easy to take supplement pack that contains all the needed nutrients to get results.
  4. Rehab Modalities - Specific stretches and exercises that stimulate and re-generate neurological pathways from the brain to the extremities.

Will It Work For You? Call New Leaf Chiropractic now to set up a FREE neuropathy evaluation & one complimentary laser & electrical stimulation treatment. You will learn if your a candidate and how long the treatment will take.

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There is not a single underlying cause for neuropathy. In fact, there may be no known cause which is referred to as idiopathic and makes up nearly 40% of all neuropathies. Also, nearly 35% of the remaining Americans suffering from neuropathy have diabetes. In fact, almost 70% of Americans with diabetes have developed a form of neuropathy due to the disease. The remaining percent of neuropathies is composed of a group called acquired neuropathies. This group consists of causes such as:

  • Alcoholism
  • Poor nutrition and nutritional deficiencies
  • Trauma
  • Pressure on nerves
  • Repetitive movements for extended periods of time
  • Various autoimmune diseases
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Toxins
  • Heavy metal poisoning
  • Various medications
  • Certain cancer treatments
  • Hereditary neuropathies (from inherited disorders)
  • Tumors
  • Other diseases, including but not limited to:
  • Lyme disease
  • Liver disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Hypothyroidism


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 in Flower Mound 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.


This condition is generally not a simple diagnosis to make. It is difficult because it is not often that it is a disease present alone rather a symptom of an underlying disease. There is a process that occurs before the diagnosis is made. The process may consist of:

  • Full medical history
  • Physical exam
  • Neurological exam
  • Tendon reflexes
  • Muscular strength
  • Muscular tone
  • Sensory tests
  • Postural analysis
  • Coordination analysis
  • Nerve conduction test

In some cases, a nerve biopsy may be requested by a physician.


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. Anticonvulsants are another choice of treatment used for neuropathies. This type of medication is used because it blocks the incoming calcium within a neuron which ultimately inhibits the transmission of pain. A less favorable medication used is opioid narcotics. These are not used very often because of the chance the patient may become addicted and dependent although they are they usually the most effective for alleviating the pain. Topical creams that may be used are lidocaine or capsaicin. Our approach at New Leaf Chiropractic in Flower Mound is a drug-free natural option that doesn't require drugs or surgery!

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Wednesday9:00am - 12:00pm
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Thursday2:00pm - 5:00pm
Friday8:00am - 12:00pm
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New Leaf Chiropractic
2221 Cross Timbers Road #109
Flower Mound, TX 75028
(972) 355-8184

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