It is critical that a physician determines the cause of your neuropathy, and how much nerve damage has been sustained. This will allow us to determine if you are a candidate for our neuropathy treatment program, and what therapies will help you get the best results.
While the burning, numbness, tingling, or other symptoms are what often gets your attention, these are nothing compared to the balance problems often caused by neuropathy. To learn more about how neuropathy can become life or death.
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Below are some of the most common symptoms we have seen in our clinics across the country in patients suffering with peripheral neuropathy. It is important to understand that no two cases of neuropathy are exactly alike, but these are some of the more common problems patients with neuropathy report:
|Numbness in feet||Tingling in feet|
|Electrical, crawling pain||Burning in the feet or hands|
|Restless legs||Heaviness or fatigue in the legs|
|Balance problems||Stiffness in the hands or feet|
|Difficulty walking||Cold feeling in hands or feet|
|Pins and needles sensations||Shooting pains in the arms or legs|
|Achy, throbbing pain|
At Neuropathy Relief Clinics our goal is to help educate those suffering from conditions related to peripheral neuropathy. We talk about the condition, it's causes and the newest treatment options available. We also help connect patients with a doctor in their area who specializes in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy. All the doctors you will find on our site offer the latest in neuropathy treatment protocol while trying to avoid the use of addictive drugs or painful procedures. We hope you take a few moments to look around, learn more about peripheral neuropathy and most importantly, find a doctor who can help you, or someone you care about, find relief.
Although Restless Leg Syndrome is often discussed as a disease, it is almost always a symptom of another condition like peripheral neuropathy.
Medications are coming onto the market to treat the restless leg symptoms, but they are not typically addressing the true cause of the problem. Unless there is a neurologic problem like Parkinson’s or Multiple Sclerosis present, we find that peripheral neuropathy is one of the most common causes of restlessness in the legs.
In addition to the cutting-edge treatment protocols we use in the office you will also be given a specific nutritional program to help combat restless legs and feet. By dealing with the root cause of this condition we can often help our patients find substantial relief.