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What is Neuropathy? When the Nervous System Fails

By Dr. Jason Crist / January 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

Many people experience peripheral neuropathy, a complicated disorder that causes pain, weakness and numbness most commonly in your extremities, but sometimes in other areas of the body.  Peripheral neuropathy is the result of any condition that causes damage to your peripheral nerves. A traumatic injury or a disease process can cause disruption to the peripheral…

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Spinal Decompression, Neuropathy Week

By Dr. Jason Crist / March 4, 2017 / 0 Comments

We are hosting a neuropathy, spinal decompression this week from March 6-10.  Dr. Wright and I recently had an epiphany of sorts.  What was it?  It was that more patients these days are presenting in the office with something called “peripheral neuropathy”. In fact, it seems to be more prevalent today than at any other…

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