Long-Term Peripheral Neuropathy

Started by anonymous, January 16, 2016
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anonymous

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January 16, 2016
Good article! I'm a 14+ year survivor(female)and still have peripheral neuropathy in my hands and feet. My altered gait has, over the years, resulted in hip problems that are now being treated by a chiropractor and therapeutic massage therapist with some success. I have some balance issues and have to pay special attention to where I am going, like watching each step as I climb or descend stairs since my feet don't "sense" where I am. It's an adjustment that people who haven't experienced the problem just don't understand. My former husband always accused me of being just plain clumsy. Another article with suggested coping mechanisms and/or treatments would be helpful since you have now identified this as a real problem. Thanks!
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Sandy Savin

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January 16, 2016
Good article! I'm a 14+ year survivor(female)and still have peripheral neuropathy in my hands and feet. My altered gait has, over the years, resulted in hip problems that are now being treated by a chiropractor and therapeutic massage therapist with some success. I have some balance issues and have to pay special attention to where I am going, like watching each step as I climb or descend stairs since my feet don't "sense" where I am. It's an adjustment that people who haven't experienced the problem just don't understand. My former husband always accused me of being just plain clumsy. Another article with suggested coping mechanisms and/or treatments would be helpful since you have now identified this as a real problem. Thanks!
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February 16, 2016
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