An incurable consequence of disease? Or, might it simply be the accumulation of easy-to-resolve compromise buildup?
Neural is a word that pertains, or relates to nerves. Neuropathy is defined as disease, or dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves that often inspires symptom-like sensations of pain, tingling and weakness. The word neuropathy is regularly associated with a formal, yet daunting clinical diagnosis from a highly educated physician. It is not surprising that when nerves become impinged they respond with a compensatory body/mind reaction that triggers pain receptors to retaliate with very noticeable symptoms of discomfort. These symptoms can be sharp, or dull. They can be intermittent, or constant. They can occur when at rest, or when in motion. And, they are always aggravating, not to mention debilitating.
Low back pain, pinched nerves, Sciatica, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Plantar Fasciitis and Fibromyalgia are but a few of the chronic compromise conditions that inspire neural sensations.
In the case of simple compromise, the nerves are never the problem. They are the consequence. The problem is actually the compromised fascia. And, by the way, while an individual may be concentrating on their very own anguish, their nerves are none too happy about their own punishing predicament either.
A client whom is having to endure any one of a number of nerve-related symptoms may one day find themselves receiving the dreaded diagnosis of neuropathy. Serious? Yes, of course. Incurable? Very likely not.
Surripulation® Massage directly targets and treats various body-wide Soft-Tissue compromise ROOT offenders that include fascial restriction. This is likely strangling and impinging your body-wide nerves.