Do you suffer from numbness, tingling, or pain in your feet or hands?

Can Chiropractic Help?

Chiropractors are naturopathic healthcare providers whose primary goal is to 1) find the root or source of your pain or problem, and then 2) treat and solve the problem by gently and precisely removing the interference by way of chiropractic adjustments.  They understand the connections between all parts of the body through the spine and the nervous system, and their goal is to find the problem and fix if naturally, without pain medication or drugs. 

What are your symptoms? What is the source of your pain?

Many physicians look at the problem and find the solution with medication.  Chiropractors see it differently.  They know that there is a root cause to discomfort or pain, and they seek it out. 

For instance, is the problem derived from an issue in the skeletal system causing a pinched nerve? For instance, numbness or pain in the fingers can be caused by a misalignment in the neck. Numbness in the toes can be a symptom of a misalignment in the lower back.  Knee pain and swelling can be a result of misalignment of the hips. 

Treatment is as simple as a low-impact adjustment that brings the body back into alignment and balance, many times resulting in immediate relief.  Depending on the history, age and health of a patient, a Chiropractor may suggest a series of treatments, exercises or therapies that will help train and strengthen the body to keep it from getting back to that painful state.

Or is the Numbness or Pain caused by a condition called Neuropathy?

Many patients with these symptoms, especially when associated with diabetes, suspect that they have a condition called Neuropathy.  Neuropathy is essentially damage to the nerves, which can also cause conditions such as numbness, weakness, tingling, burning or prickling in the feet, toes, hands or fingers. 

Like other neuro-musculoskeletal issues, discomfort or pain can develop over the course of several years, and you may not notice the symptoms at first. The symptoms may have started out mildly with poor circulation in the cold, occasional numbness, or a light prickling sensation in your toes.  A Chiropractor can help you determine your condition, help diagnose your illness, and treat the problems directly with chiropractic care and specialized neuropathy treatments.

Neuropathy Treatments done right are highly effective!

The Wellness Center of Boise has a specialized and highly effective program for treating Neuropathy.  Our treatment sessions are designed to be more like a spa day for you as we incorporate Infrared Light therapy, Electric Muscle Stimulation, Class IV Laser treatments, a boost of nutritional supplements and Chiropractic foot and ankle adjustments that relieve your symptoms in the short run and heal your body in the long run.

Primary to the treatment is our state of the art Infrared and Laser Light treatments which painlessly penetrate deep into the damaged cells to regenerate the energy component needed to recreate new and healthy cells. The sensation is slightly warm and relaxing, while the technology does the real work deep inside.  Our patients typically begin to feel the difference in their pain and numbness after only a few treatments.


If neuropathy has been a part of your life for some time and you are ready to relief, it will require a commitment on your part to follow our Chiropractor's instructions every step of the way. Know that we are committed to helping you and have a proven solution.

Unfortunately, most health insurances do not cover neuropathy treatment, so though it may be more costly than the typical doctor's visit, our patients have found it to be worth its weight in gold.

If you would like to know more about our treatments, please give us a call to arrange for a consultation with one of our doctors. 


The Wellness Center of Boise

1675 N. Maple Grove Rd.

Phone: 208-376-4940

FAX: 208-376-6812


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