Various clinical trials for peripheral neuropathy were published in 2017. Systematic PubMed search using terms, “neuropathy”, “peripheral neuropathy”, “treatment”, “therapy”, and “clinical trials” was performed with the time lock from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017. Twenty–four clinical trials were detected on diabetic neuropathy (DPN), chemotherapy–induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN), hereditary ATTR amyloidosis, POEMS syndrome, Guillain–Barre syndrome (GBS), and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). For painful DPN, pregabalin, capsaicin patch, and spinal cord electric stimulation were effective for pain relief. For CIPN, capsaicin patch and glutamine treatment showed possible beneficial effects. For ATTR amyloidosis, post–hoc analysis of the pivotal tafimidis trial revealed that the drug significantly delayed neuropathy progression, whereas a protocol paper for siRNA therapy was published. For POEMS syndrome, GBS, and CIDP, a novel treatment for each disorder finished or is on–going. These results showed sustained research activity to develop new therapies for a number of peripheral nerve disorders.