Neuropathy, Clemmons, NCPosted by Clemmons Neuropathy SpecialistAugust 22nd, 2018
We understand neuropathy, the different types, and how to successfully help patients in Clemmons who are struggling with it.
What is neuropathy? While often referred to as a singular disease, it is really a highly variable series of conditions that result from damage to your peripheral nerves. Diabetes often causes neuropathy, but it can also develop as a result of infections, injuries, and exposure to toxins. Some of the symptoms of this disease include weakness, numbness, pain, and “pins-and-needles” sensations.
Learn more about neuropathy symptoms and how we can make your life more comfortable.
In many cases, patients who have neuropathy are prescribed pain-relieving creams, antidepressants, pain medications, and anti-seizure medications. At Complete Rehab, we believe these methods can help alleviate the symptoms of neuropathy, but we also believe it is important to understand and treat the underlying condition.
We realize that chronic pain and limits to your movement mean that you enjoy your life less. This is why we find out what is wrong and establish a set of goals for you to work toward. We help you heal your body, so you can live your fullest life in Clemmons, North Carolina.
Over the past 12 years, we have treated over 2,600 patients with a very high success rate at completely eliminating the symptoms of neuropathy or dramatically relieving them. We understand neuropathy, the different types, and how to successfully help patients struggling with it.
If you are ready to find relief from neuropathy, whether you have suffered from it for years or you are new to its symptoms, we are ready and waiting to help. Contact us at Complete Rehab today to schedule your first appointment or to find out more about what we offer.
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