Neuropathy Part 1: What are the top causes of Peripheral Neuropathy?

In todays article we will shed some light on the symptoms and warning signs that you may have Peripheral Neuropathy. We will start by sharing some enlightening facts regarding the seven most common warning signs you have may have peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy is experienced through the tingling and numbness of your fingers and toes. The problem is that treatment is unique to each and every patient so if you or a loved one is experiencing these symptoms getting properly diagnosed and treated appropriately is essential. There are many other horrific conditions that may arise from Peripheral Neuropathy aside from, or in addition to the tingling and numb sensations of the fingers and toes. We will also briefly cover these conditions and touch on the many other problems that lurk right around the corner from Peripheral Neuropathy.

What are the top causes of peripheral neuropathy you ask? For your convenience and education we have listed the seven most common warning signs you have Neuropathy below:

  1. Numbness
  2. Burning Pain
  3. Cramping
  4. Sharp Electrical Pain
  5. Prickling and or Tingling
  6. Balance Problems and Falls
  7. Cant Sleep from Foot Pain

Have you experienced any of the above? If so, we highly recommend signing up for our FREE Ask Dr. Why Webinar immediately. Dr. Stephen Conicello will be more than happy to answer specific questions regarding your unique symptoms, in addition to providing help before its too late. Even if your sugar tests have come back as normal, but you still have tingling and numbness in your fingers and toes we should address that right away.

Other potentially harmful conditions lurking right around the corner of peripheral neuropathy are listed below for your convenience. Do you or a loved one you know currently have one of the listed conditions below? Is it possible that you are going undiagnosed but potentially have one of the serious conditions listed below? If you thought YES to yourself, even for a brief moment it is certainly worth looking into. Our bodies are amazing machines but its up to us to seek help before its too late.

Other conditions Dr. Conicello will be covering during his FREE Ask Dr. Why Webinar will include the following:

  • Diabetes and Prediabetes
  • Poor Circulation (microcirculation)
  • Toxic Exposure and Chemotherapy
  • Medications and Pharmaceuticals
  • Back and Neck Pain
  • Herniated Disk and Spinal Stenosis
  • Post Surgical Conditions
  • Autoimmune Diseases
  • Infections (both Viral and Bacterial)
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Liver, Kidney and Thyroid Conditions

Question and Answer Session

Im sure we dont have to get into how potentially serious any number of these conditions are but its interesting to note the amount of people that put off their own health needs until its too late. Dont be one of these people. When it comes to your health and the health of your loved ones, put healthcare first! Protect yourself and your friends and family from these terrible conditions and in many cases from themselves. If you are interested in learning more about the potentially life saving benefits of functional medicine you have come to the right place.


Todays article on Neuropathy Part 1: What are the top causes of Peripheral Neuropathy? We provided some valuable insights into the top seven most common warning signs you may have Neuropathy. Also included were Peripheral Neuropathy signs and conditions such as the tingling and numbness of your fingers and toes. Last but not least we provided a comprehensive list of other potential conditions you may have aside from Neuropathy including: Diabetes, Pre-diabetes, Toxic Exposure, Over The Counter Medications and Pharmaceuticals, Back and Neck Pain, Herniated Disks or Spinal Stenosis, Post Surgical Conditions, Autoimmune Diseases, Infections, Liver and Kidney Diseases, Thyroid Conditions and much more. We hope you found todays article Neuropathy Part 1: What are the top causes of Peripheral Neuropathy helpful and informative.

Thank you.


Dr. Stephen A. Conicello, DC, NREMT-P

Agape Institute of Functional Healthcare

Where Hope Lives!

533 W. Uwchlan Ave. Suite 201

Downingtown, PA 19335

Phone: 484-593-0882