Immune system disorders can often cause peripheral neuropathy. If your immune system is not functioning correctly it may attack your own body and your nerves. Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is the most common hereditary disease that affects the peripheral nerves. Guillain-Barré syndrome is another example of an autoimmune condition that attacks your nerves.
Autoimmune related neuropathy is caused by an underlying autoimmune condition where your immune system attacks your nerves. Below are examples of autoimmune conditions known to injure your nerves.
Management or treatment of the underlying autoimmune disease is important. Treatments for the peripheral neuropathy symptoms can include pain medications, antidepressants, and other medications.
At Balanced Flow, we offer effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for peripheral neuropathy. Our FDA-approved therapies that may help reduce or eliminate your symptoms.