Nerve Damage, Lewisville, NC

There are many symptoms that potentially indicate nerve damage, which can progress over time.

If you suspect that you may have nerve damage, early intervention is key to slowing or stopping its progression over time. Nerve damage can have numerous root causes. One of the most common causes is a form a diabetes, but this type of damage can also come on slowly from repetitive motion injuries, vitamin deficiencies, aging, autoimmune disorders, and rheumatoid arthritis. Nerve damage can also occur suddenly, especially if you experience an infection, are exposed to toxins, or have a traumatic injury from a car accident or other event.

Nerve Damage in Lewisville, North Carolina

Common nerve damage symptoms include tingling, burning sensations, pain, discomfort, and of course, numbness. There are some less-common symptoms too, like increased clumsiness, the sensation of having a full bladder when you don’t have one, and severe headaches, among others. To determine whether your symptoms are linked to nerve damage or not, we will need to complete a full neurological evaluation, examining your entire medical history, and working with you to create an individualized treatment plan to bring you relief from your symptoms.

Our patient-focused care is not just concerned with your immediate symptoms, though. We want to find and address the root causes of your nerve damage symptoms, improving your long-term prognosis and your daily quality of life. For over 15 years, we have been serving patients in the Lewisville, North Carolina area with a phenomenal success rate. All those success stories have just made us hungry for more. Our goal is always to help you achieve your highest level of recovery. Early intervention is important, so don’t wait and call us at Complete Rehab today.

At Complete Rehab, we assist patients with nerve damage from Clemmons, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Charlotte, Concord, Mooresville, Lewisville, Salisbury, Lexington, Forsyth, Davie, Davidson, Yadkin, Guilford, Wilkes, Surry, and Iredell Counties, North Carolina.