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Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a nerve disorder caused by diabetes. Over time, uncontrolled blood sugar levels can damage nerves throughout the body. This nerve damage causes different symptoms and the problems first appear in the toes, feet, and hands.
Common symptoms are numbness, burning, pain, or tingling in the feet or legs, which can lead to serious problems with infected foot sores going unnoticed. Diabetic neuropathy can also develop suddenly and cause double vision, drooping eyelids, and weakened or wasting thigh muscles.
In the past, patients have been left to suffer from the pain associated with neuropathy and even suffer more foot complications. When the diabetic neuropathy effects the feet, they are more easily injured or develop sores. These sores can get infected and in cases can lead to loss of the toes, feet, or even lower leg. The first step to limb preservation is proper treatment of the diabetic neuropathy followed by increasing blood flow to the feet through specific activities. Before now, the treatment options for most patients were only oral medications, which can have major side effects and can affect quality of life.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy treatment is focused on pain relief. Our new treatment for the pain from diabetic neuropathy is a combination of pain management procedures with breakthrough technology that aids in healing. Our Neuropathy Program is paid by Medicare and Medicaid as well as most all major insurance carriers. Patients are getting 6 months to 1 year of reduced pain and increased activity with our program. Board certified physicians perform all procedures and work with you through the entire program. The effects of the program can be felt on the first visit.
Our patients are experiencing relief of their symptoms and achieving a much more active lifestyle. Although the damage on the nerves is permanent, the relief you can feel from the symptoms in the feet can give you freedom and mobility.
Our doctors have worked in limb preservation programs through the VA hospital system and are well versed in helping our patients get fast relief and get more active. Diabetic peripheral neuropathy left untreated can lead to severe problems; however, there is no need to suffer any longer.
Our physicians provide you with an accurate diagnosis through state of the art diagnostics to ensure we can give you the relief you are looking for. An accurate diagnosis of the diabetic neuropathy and the severity of your condition will guide the treatment program. Our doctors will also work directly with you to treat the pain by providing therapy you can do at home to support the treatment you are getting in the office.