As a degenerative disorder of the nerves, neuropathy causes pain in the hands and feet. We regularly use treatments that address the root of neuropathic pain and numbness. Doctors at our medical clinic in North Carolina are trained in the latest procedures to treat nerve damage and provide neuropathy pain relief.
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What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
Diseases or injuries affecting the peripheral nervous system will interrupt the brain’s ability to communicate with the body. The result is impaired muscle movement, abnormal sensations along the arms and legs, and pain. You may also notice numbness in feet, numbness in hands, tingling in the hands, and tingling in the feet. If you also have diabetes and experience these symptoms, it is likely that you have peripheral neuropathy.
At our medical clinic, we treat neuropathy that’s presenting itself as loss of sensation in extremities, lower back issues, nerve damage affecting internal organs, bouts of diarrhea or constipation, loss of bowel and bladder control, sexual dysfunction, and more.
Uniquely suited for alleviating neuropathic symptoms, platelet-rich plasma injections are your body’s most potent means for healing through cellular repair.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
Platelet-rich plasma injections are prepared by processing a sample of your blood to isolate platelets. Growth factors in PRP help rebuild your tissue and reduce pain. Once your therapy session is complete, you can return to your normal, everyday activities. Because we use your blood in this minimally invasive procedure, the risk of rejection and complications is extremely low.
Our advanced laser technology supplies your body with photons of light at specific wavelengths. Your body absorbs this laser light on a cellular level and transforms it into chemical energy, using it to repair damaged tissue. Laser therapy can help to decreases pain and inflammation and accelerate tissue regeneration and healing.
Causes of Neuropathy
Common causes of neuropathy include:
- Autoimmune disorders
- Traumatic injuries
- Metabolic problems
- Exposure to toxins
If you are looking for effective and long-lasting relief for neuropathy in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, or any nearby city in North Carolina, call our medical clinic today for a complimentary consultation. Our highly trained doctors want to help you!