Are you experiencing burning nerve pain?
If you have diabetes, you may have heard about diabetic neuropathy, a serious complication that arises from prolonged high blood sugar. One of the common symptoms of diabetic neuropathy is a burning sensation that results from nerve damage caused by diabetes. Over 50% of people with diabetes can experience this type of nerve damage that may cause numbness or tingling in your fingers and/or toes, as well as burning or sharp pains.
Diabetics are not the only ones affected. Neuropathy symptoms can happen to anyone, but people with diabetes are more prone to develop a diabetic-type neuropathy. If you are experiencing burning sensations, we recommend you seek treatment as soon as possible, for your neuropathic symptoms. Many people underestimate the importance of immediate attention and care when it comes to burning sensations related to neuropathy. In particular, nerve damage related to diabetes may be reversed if caught in time. The body has been shown to be able to repair damaged nerve tissues under the right circumstances. This is what makes it critically important to monitor and address symptoms of neuropathy immediately.
While for many, the symptoms of neuropathy can be mildly irritating, for some, the burning and pain can often become debilitating. At Complete Rehab, we offer personalized therapies for patients suffering from neuropathic symptoms in the Clemmons, North Carolina area, and we focus on innovative approaches for treating and managing symptoms of neuropathy. We’ve had success in helping our patients prevent or slow the progression of symptoms with treatment methods and lifestyle adjustments, and we are proud of how many patients we have been able to help at our clinic. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to reach out to our clinic today.
At Complete Rehab, we treat neuropathy symptoms, including burning, in patients from Clemmons, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Charlotte, Concord, Mooresville, Lewisville, Salisbury, and Lexington, North Carolina.