What is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy pain is a complex, chronic pain state that is usually accompanied by tissue injury. The result can be numbness, burning and tingling, poor circulation and loss of feeling. Neuropathic pain, also known as Peripheral Neuropathy, occurs when nerve fibers are damaged, dysfunctional, or injured. These damaged nerve fibers send incorrect signals to other pain centers throughout the nervous system. The impact of a nerve fiber injury includes a change in nerve function both at the site of injury and areas around the injury.
A multidisciplinary approach, such as what is available at Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix, can be a very effective way to provide relief from neuropathy pain.
Watch this short video for a brief overview of Peripheral Neuropathy
& How We Can Help You
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Neuropathy Treatment Options:
Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix provides an innovative treatment program that not only helps alleviate the symptoms of neuropathy but also works to repair the function of damaged nerves. This cutting edge combination of therapies has helped many of our patients accomplish long lasting relief of symptoms. Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix works with our patients and our specialized pain management doctors, chiropractors, physical medicine modalities and therapeutic procedures, and massage therapists to develop an individualized management plan to alleviate the numbness and burning pain of neuropathy and provide long-lasting relief.
Components of our treatment program for neuropathy:
More Options Than Pain Relief Prescriptions
Pain management treatments for neuropathy can vary depending on your underlying cause. Peripheral nerves have the ability to regenerate as long as the nerve cells are still intact. Getting timely treatment may help alleviate your symptoms and help prevent any new damage from developing.
If you suffer from the symptoms of neuropathy contact one of our healthcare professionals at one of our several Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms please contact Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix.