Nerve Damage, Clemmons, NC

Our patient-focused care will address your nerve damage symptoms.

Experiencing numbness, tingling, burning, and other uncomfortable or painful symptoms is often a sign that you have nerve damage. Other than a sudden trauma, most nerve damage develops slowly and can have symptoms you might not normally associate with nerve damage. Some of the lesser-known indications of nerve damage include being clumsier than usual, experiencing intense headaches, and the sensation of your bladder being full even when it isn’t.

Nerve Damage in Clemmons, North Carolina

When you come to see us at Complete Rehab, we will discuss your medical history and conduct a neurological evaluation to develop an individualized treatment plan specific to your type of neuropathy and its cause. An estimated 20 million Americans suffer from nerve damage from such causes as diabetes, repetitive motion, vitamin deficiencies, aging, car accidents, infections, autoimmune disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, and heavy exposure to toxins. It is also important to note that about 3 out of 10 nerve damage cases are said to be idiopathic, meaning there is no known cause OR that no clinician has taken the time to investigate and figure out the cause. This doesn’t mean these neuropaths can’t experience significant or complete relief, however.

Most nerve damage patients can experience at least a reduction in discomfort, although there are some situations in which treatment does not significantly improve symptoms. Our individualized treatment plan and compassionate, patient-focused care enable us to have a great success ratio. We are knowledgeable and helpful with the more than 30 types of neuropathy and can help you whether you have just one type or multiple types. Call us today to schedule your initial consultation to discuss the treatment that will best address your nerve damage symptoms in Clemmons, North Carolina.

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.