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  • Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

  • May 21st, 2017

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition with diverse causes and variable prognosis, which affects the peripheral nerves that carry information to the central nervous system and, at once, bring back a response from it. It’s a two way highway that transports the most varied information, such as, temperature, location on that body zone, etc., and brings back as a reply actions like: dilating blood vessels or moving to the right, etc. [...]

  • Peripheral Neuropathy and Exercise

Peripheral Neuropathy and Exercise

  • May 18th, 2017

   What about Excercise and Peripheral Neuropathy?     Peripheral Neuropathy is damage to the peripheral nerves produced by diverse causes. As the peripheral nerves have the function of carrying information from the body to the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and the same backwards (from the central nervous system to the periphery), it is easily understood that when the information highway (nerves) is damaged, the free transit of information back and forth ends up damaged.   To be more clear. Wrong or incomplete information arrives (i.e. [...]

Trauma and Peripheral Neuropathy

  • May 12th, 2017

Trauma, which can result in things such as broken bones or back injuries, is another very common cause of peripheral neuropathy. Nerves are often located in the grooves of bones. For example, several nerves that start from the neck, travel to the fingers by running along the forearm and arm. If the arm should become broken, the nerves that run along the bone can be damaged as well. [...]