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Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that occurs as the result of damage to the peripheral nerves. Though commonly misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all, it affects up to 20 million Americans. There are numerous causes for peripheral neuropathy, but it is most common among diabetics. If you suffer from this painful condition, Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab can help.
Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms
The symptoms peripheral neuropathy can vary from patient to patient, but some of the most common symptoms include:
- Burning pain
- Electrical-like pain
- Cramping in the legs
- Difficulty sleeping because of leg and foot discomfort
- Tingling or pricking feelings in the feet or hands
- Pain when walking
Denver Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
At Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab, we take a multidisciplinary approach to treating peripheral neuropathy. While once only treatable with prescription medications, today we are able to treat this condition using chiropractic treatments and other non-invasive therapies. We take a multidisciplinary approach to treating peripheral neuropathy through completely safe, non-invasive holistic treatments.
While other clinics way focus on just one aspect of treating your peripheral neuropathy, we will put together a comprehensive treatment plan that includes a number of therapies, including medical massage, physical therapy, medical weight loss, chiropractic adjustments and other medical services, which are intended to correct the underlying causes of your problem. By thoroughly treating the underlying cause, it is often possible to provide our patients with long-term relief rather than a temporary cessation of symptoms.
When you seek Denver peripheral neuropathy treatment from Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab, you will have an entire team of dedicated medical professionals on your side who are committed to finding a solution that will allow you to live a healthy, pain-free life. To schedule your free initial consultation with a peripheral neuropathy expert, contact Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab today by calling 303-757-7280.