I did some looking around on the Canadian Cancer Society website. I found this link that may provide you some information and assistance:
I'd also speak to the medical team for additional assistance, there may be something specific to your chemo treatment they can recommend to help you.
@Vad123 When I had my chemo for triple positive breast cancer, I was given frozen mitts and slippers to wear on my feet during treatment. It was 15 minutes before, during and 15 minutes after docetaxel was administered. I had very minor neuropathy and didn't lose any nails. I'm not sure if you're getting the same medication but you can ask your Oncologist if it would make a difference now.
I had neuropathy in my hands and feet after chemo and did lose my thumb and index finger nails. My chemo ended Dec 2021 and I have all nails back and my hands totally recovered. My feet are coming along nicely. I spilled some rice on my kitchen floor and actually felt it.
Some exercises I was given were gentle massage and tapping the fingers and toes or rubbing softly. The way it was explained to me by physiotherapist was that you are reminding your brain of those limbs.
I have neuropathy in my left hand from lymphedema now and this post was a good reminder to me of what I should be doing I think of dance as the perfect exercise. I hope you can find a way to get back to it