Our patient-focused care for peripheral neuropathy can give you the results you deserve.
An estimated 20 million Americans suffer from some form of peripheral neuropathy, and many unnecessarily accept the numbness, tingling, prickling, pain, and muscle weakness that come with it. It is important not to ignore these symptoms, as there can also be other things going on that should be addressed as soon as possible. Here at Complete Rehab, we help our patients understand that nerve damage can and should be treated.
Peripheral neuropathy can be quite debilitating, and unfortunately, some rare forms can be life-threatening. We recommend a neurological evaluation so we can diagnose which type of neuropathy is involved and develop an individualized treatment plan to lessen or eliminate your discomfort. Not only is this to improve your quality of life, but also to avoid the potential for gradual progression of symptoms.
We will also look for a cause for your peripheral neuropathy, although in some cases, a cause cannot be determined. However, this does not mean treatment can’t be effective. Peripheral neuropathy can be inherited but can also be caused by a trauma, disease or disorder, nutritional deficiencies, or exposure to toxins. Treatment will sometimes address the underlying conditions or will involve symptom management.
Our outpatient rehab center specializes in every type of neuropathy, including those related to diabetes. You’ll find our staff to be caring and compassionate, in part because Brett Duffey has experience as both a neuropathy patient and a therapist. You can rest assured that our goal is the highest level of recovery for your peripheral neuropathy condition in Clemmons, North Carolina. Call today to schedule an initial consultation to learn more.
At Complete Rehab, we assist patients with peripheral 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.