We take a proactive approach to neuropathy treatment in Clemmons to help you overcome your symptoms and move on from this condition.
Effective neuropathy treatment depends heavily on the cause of the nerve damage. For instance, if you experience neuropathy symptoms due to a vitamin deficiency, you may be able to eliminate these symptoms with an improved diet and vitamin therapy. While diabetes-related neuropathies cannot be treated in the same way, proper treatment can slow progression, relieve symptoms, and ultimately reverse the neuropathy.
Get the relief you are looking for from stubborn neuropathy-related symptoms!
As a neuropathy sufferer, you may have been told that the only way to treat this condition is to cope with its symptoms through medication or to just “live with it.” At Complete Rehab, we believe that medication is rarely a necessary component of neuropathy treatment. Medications for neuropathy generally only mask the symptoms. We believe that treating the underlying cause of the condition is of paramount importance because if you eliminate the cause, the neuropathy will simply dissipate.
In cases of peripheral neuropathy, early treatment is essential. The peripheral nerves only have a limited capacity to regenerate and need the correct treatment to do so. Traditional treatment may only stop this condition from progressing instead of reversing the damage. We base our neuropathy treatment solutions on the latest medical breakthroughs and information, and we take a proactive approach to help you overcome your symptoms and move on from this condition.
When you turn to our clinic in Clemmons, North Carolina, we will work directly with you to understand what caused your neuropathic symptoms, so we can help you prevent them in the future. If you would like to know more about our unique, effective approach to neuropathy treatment, please contact our office today. We look forward to hearing from you!
At Complete Rehab, we offer neuropathy treatment to patients from Clemmons, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Charlotte, Concord, Mooresville, Lewisville, Salisbury, and Lexington, North Carolina.