What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a broad term used to describe types of nerve damage and pain that is really a conglomeration of symptoms rather than a singular issue. The term neuropathy is meant to describe damage to peripheral nerves that have a wide range of causes. There are over 30 types of neuropathy and 3 related directly to diabetes. There are many health conditions that can contribute to neuropathy, and while there is no known cure for it, it can be managed well and even prevented.

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy symptoms can vary widely, but include:

  • numbness and tingling
  • pain
  • burning, itching, or prickling sensations
  • muscle weakness
  • paralysis
  • organ dysfunction
  • poor circulation
  • slow wound healing
  • swelling

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and suspect you have neuropathy, reach out to us at Complete Rehab; we can help. We are an outpatient rehabilitation facility that focuses on managing neuropathy. We have treated over 3,500 patients with great success, and we strive to provide exceptional, compassionate care to everyone who enlists our help. We want to help you understand your neuropathy, what caused it, and how to prevent it from returning.

Our office accepts Medicare, and you do not need to acquire a referral before visiting us. We are empathetic to your situation, as our provider personally experienced an injury that promoted his interest in this field. Give us a call today if you are looking for a great option for neuropathy treatment. We will do everything we can to make you feel better again!