Idiopathic Neuropathy, Winston-Salem, NC

We have had great success with idiopathic neuropathy patients.

When you experience a medical issue, you like to have an answer as to what is causing the problem. When you get to the source of the problem, that is where you are able to find the cure. What if, however, there is an issue without a known cause? What is to be done then? Here at Complete Rehab, we work with many different types of neuropathy that cause people pain in different forms. In many cases, we know the cause of the neuropathy. When the cause is unknown, it is known as idiopathic neuropathy.

Idiopathic Neuropathy in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Idiopathic neuropathy is symptoms that may include pain, numbness or tingling, that are caused by an unknown source. This can be incredibly frustrating to any individual because if you don’t know the source of the issue, your treatment options can quickly become more of a shot-in-the-dark approach. No one likes to feel like a guinea pig in an experiment, especially when there is ongoing pain. At Complete Rehab, we have been working with great success with idiopathic neuropathy patients and have been reducing, diminishing, and even erasing cases of idiopathic neuropathy right here in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Here at Complete Rehab, we take a different approach when it comes to our patients. We prefer to look at each patient as an individual, not just their disease. We will get to know you, learn about your lifestyle, and customize a plan that is just for you and your situation. We use the latest methods and techniques to minimize your pain to give you relief, not mask the problem. If you’re tired of not having answers to your idiopathic neuropathy, please come see us here at Complete Rehab today.

At Complete Rehab, we assist patients with idiopathic neuropathy 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.