Complete Rehab Blog, Clemmons, NC
Take a look at our blog if you are interested in our unique approach to neuropathy treatment in Clemmons.
At Complete Rehab, educating our patients in Clemmons, North Carolina is a priority for us. This is why we regularly update our blog with information about our options and services, and tips for how you can cope with the ongoing effects of neuropathy. Contact us today if you have any questions!
Diabetic neuropathy can lead to many complications, such as foot issues that result in infections, ulcers, and sores due to lost feeling in the feet. The nerve damage caused by diabetic neuropathy can also cause issues with coordination and balance, making fractures and falls more common. If you... Read More
At Complete Rehab, our specialty is neuropathy, and our mission is simple: Regardless of the diagnosis, we strive to deliver complete, compassionate rehab to all patients. Our goal is to improve our patients’ function and performance by addressing deficits to maximize their potential. At our... Read More
Neuropathy is a complicated health condition that has many different symptoms and causes. There are also five different categories of neuropathy, and each type depends on which nerves become compressed, defective, or damaged. Here is a brief introduction to each and how they affect the body:... Read More
Neuropathy symptoms can be concerning, especially if they are new and affect the activities you try to do throughout your day. If you are wondering if you should schedule an appointment with Brett here at Complete Rehab to go over your neuropathy symptoms, here are a few signs doing so is a good... Read More
Today’s tip stems from a question I received from a patient named Betsy. It was a basic question I hear a lot: Is neuropathy genetic? The answer is quite simple, but I can see how people might get confused. The simple answer is no — neuropathy is not genetic. The underlying cause of... Read More
Today’s tip stems from a patient named Joe, who asked me why his neuropathy was worse when it was raining/wet outside. Actually, the neuropathy isn’t worse . . . it’s arthritis! You see, when it’s humid (the barometric pressure changes), the fluid in your bursas/joints, etc. expands,... Read More