Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder of the peripheral nerves, also known as the sensory, motor, and autonomic nerves. These nerves act as connections between the spinal cord and the skin, the muscles, and the internal organs. In addition, Neuropathy usually affects areas such as the arms and the feet, and causes sensations such as numbness, pain, weakness, tingling, and burning sensations. Patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy are either affected gradually, meaning that the condition develops in them slowly, or they are affected severely with intense and varying symptoms. However, much to the dismay of patients, neuropathy is not curable and only treatable.