Sorry to hear you are suffering so bad! I am sure you've already tried conventional treatments....
Mayo clinic reckons the following alternative therapies might help:-
•Acupuncture. Inserting thin needles into various points on your body might reduce peripheral neuropathy symptoms.
•Alpha-lipoic acid. This has been used as a treatment for peripheral neuropathy in Europe for years.
•Herbs. Certain herbs, such as evening primrose oil, might help reduce neuropathy pain in people with diabetes.
•Amino acids. Amino acids, such as acetyl-L-carnitine, might be of benefit for some people.
I have heard compression garments sometimes help to manage the pain.
Other than that, getting optimal blood sugar control may help reverse it in the longer run (though the recovery process can be very painful and take quite a few months). What is optimal blood sugar? Ideally with HBa1c as close to non-diabetic levels as you can get them, and stable (ie. staying within a fairly narrow range). This would typically mean < 6.0 (ideally low 5s).
This is certainly a challenge and one needs the right tools and knowledge to achieve it. The best resource I've found for getting really tight control is Dr. Richard Bernstein and his book Diabetes Solutions / his lectures on Bernstein Diabetes University (U-tube). This does mean low carb eating as part of the overall approach.
Type 1 grit have a facebook group and they have fabulous low carb recipes as well. As does www.alldayidreamaboutfood.com
Hope this helps.