Our certified providers are top of the line neuropathy specialists. In addition to physical and rehabilitation treatments, they focus their neuropathy practice around evidence-based, holistic, and behavioral treatments. Our certified providers’ remarkable experience and education allow them to properly assess your neurological functions and design a program that’s right for you. We also offer supplementary services aside from the initial treatment options, including education on neural pathways in the body, rehabilitation care from the comfort of your own home, and reassessment appointments to ensure we are on the right track to effectively control nerve pain and discomfort.
Neuropathy management that is offered by our certified providers includes exercise programs, proper nutrition guidelines, orthotics/orthopedics, and medical equipment for rehabilitation. Neuropathy can take away from the simple joys of everyday life and can eventually become unbearable. It’s time to get a diagnosis and treatment at the Texas Pain Network to reclaim happiness in your own body.
Neuropathy management that is offered by our certified providers includes exercise programs, proper nutrition guidelines, orthotics / orthopedics, and medical equipment for rehabilitation.
Neuropathy can take away from the simple joys of everyday life and can eventually become unbearable. It’s time to have a diagnosis and treat it at The Texas Pain Network to reclaim happiness in your own body.
Neuropathy Treatment Options Offered by Texas Pain Network include:
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Our certified providers have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to diagnosing and implementing a proper nutritional, exercise, and rehabilitation plan that is designed for your body. We aim to get you back to being YOU in the shortest amount of time possible.
Neuropathy refers to any weakness, numbness or pain from nerve damage that usually appears most predominately in the hands and feet (peripheral neuropathy).
Your peripheral nervous system sends information from your brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) to the rest of your body. The peripheral nerves also send sensory information to the central nervous system.
While diabetes is one of the most common causes of neuropathy, it can also result from other causes such as:
- Exposure to toxins
- Auto-immune disease
- Kidney failure
- Poor nutrition
- Chronic alcoholism
- Celiac disease
- Vitamin B12 deficiency
- Carpal Tunnel
- And even certain medications
The most common pain areas are in the back, face, foot hands or thigh and it often occurs at night, while the body is at rest. The pain is often burning, tingling or sharp, with the following associated symptomology:
- Muscle cramping
- Difficulty walking
- Muscle weakness
- Coordination problems
- Muscle loss
- Pins and needles
- Reduced sensation to touch
- Nerve pain medications
- Anti-seizure medications
- Narcotic pain medications
When it comes to treatment for these conditions, Texas Pain Network can help provide you with the support and relief you need to heal as quickly as possible and get back in the game.
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