Peripheral neuropathy is shown by symptoms - pain and/or tingling or numbness, usually in hands or feet. A common recommendation is Vitamin B6, 50-100mg 1-3 times a day (recommended by my Memorial Sloan Kettering oncologist.) Something I used after completing chemo, tho I didn't know about it during chemo, and don't know whether I could have taken it then, is Alpha Lipoic Acid; 600-800 mg once or twice a day (I do it once a day, with breakfast). That helped me more than anything else. And some people find acupuncture helpful.
Some drs will give neurontin (gabapentin) or Lyrica for neuropathy. In most cases, it subsides after treatment; in some cases, some degree of peripheral neuropathy is permanent.
Ask your dr and/or chemo nurses. Also ask if there is an Integrative Med provider associated with your cancer care center to find alternative care.