@johnbishop – I too have experienced relief by using vitamins and supplements. I have idiopathic small fiber neuropathy but have no pain. I had numbness on feet to my knees and tingling that was the biggest bother at night on both. I have a long history of degenerative disc disease issues , but I control it with exercise and lots of walking. I also started Yoga in January. The doctors say my back is not the cause of the neuropathy. I started taking a multivitamin, b complex and alpha lupeic acid as recommended by the rheumatologist. He said there have been some good studies about b vitamins and alpha Lopeic and he would add in a multi vitamin. Almost overnight after adding in the multi vitamin the pins and needles and tingling disappeared completely and the numbness diminished just to the ankle on one foot and just the bottom of the foot on the other foot. It's hard for me to believe this can't be related. Regardless if it's the "fix" it's worth a try. nutrition is often overlooked so I should add that I stopped eating meat in March and eat a natural food diet as I always have. None of which would hurt anyone while they look for their answers. I consider myself very lucky in comparison to most, but thought it might be worth sharing this little bit.