It is common knowledge that diabetes can wreak havoc on your bodily systems. Having blood sugar dysregulation can affect every system in your body, including your nervous system. Diabetic neuropathy is the term to describe nerve damage caused by diabetes. High glucose, or blood sugar, levels can cause nerve damage throughout your body, which is one reason why it is so important to monitor and regulate your blood sugar. These high glucose levels can damage your nerves, especially those of the feet and lower legs.
There are different types of diabetic neuropathy, including peripheral and autonomic neuropathies. These manifest in different ways for different people and can be debilitating. Some of the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy are pain, numbness, tingling, poor circulation, issues with your digestive tract, and cardiac issues.
At Complete Rehab, we recognize the difficulty of living with diabetic neuropathy and are here to help with your painful and disconcerting symptoms to help you live a better quality of life. Diabetic neuropathy is an unfortunate and serious complication of diabetes, and our model of compassionate care is a welcome respite.
We are an outpatient rehabilitation facility that has successfully treated over 3,500 patients. It is rare that we are unable to provide significant improvement and relief to our patients, and we will exhaust all avenues to help you feel better. Our team focuses on your personalized care to help you regain function and understand why this is happening and how to prevent a recurrence.
If you are looking for relief from diabetic neuropathy, contact us. We specialize in all types of neuropathy and have the experience to find solutions to work for you. We are empathetic, compassionate, and want to make you feel comfortable in your own body again. Give us a call today with any questions or to schedule with us!