1. Just busy treating Mom as I write this for a neuritis following surgery (thankfully almost gone !!!!)
Neuropathy and Neuritis are slightly different both affect the peripheral nerves - not the CNS.
One is a malfunction, the other an inflammation - the latter can lead to the former.
On the CAFL we have found Neuropathy, Neuritis, Neurorelax - gives relief.Also run acute pain.
If you suspect an infective cause - you need to run Herpes virus frequencies particularly Herpes 1 and 2, Herpes 4 (Epstein Barr), I also add in Herpes 5 Cytomegalo virus, Coxsackie virus and Hepatitis E virus- the latter a well known cause Brachial Neuritis.
You could also consider running general infection off the CAFL, Wound healing, and blood circulation,detox.
Don't forget to consider Vitamin B deficiency - B12 and B1 as a cause.
In older folks the B12 deficiency develops as a result of reduced gastric acid and pepsin (required for absorption from food) - also possible in individuals on PPI's - protein pump inhibitors designed to reduce stomach acid in individuals with GER reflux or gastric ulcerative disease.
Diabetes with high circulating sugar levels, also damage nerves directly or by microvascular damage- and can cause neuropathy.
2. Neurology - Topic - 18 Peripheral neuropathy
For more details, please check the link from: