Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment Hoover, AL

Are You a Candidate for Our New Neuropathy Treatment?

Peripheral neuropathy is a painful condition that affects many millions of people every year in the United States. It occurs when damage or disease has occurred in the nerves that carry messages from the brain and spinal cord to the entire body.

Peripheral nerves stem from the spinal cord and flow out along lines in the body called dermatomes. When one of these nerves becomes damaged, it can affect several dermatomes, causing pain to radiate out to specific areas of the body.

This type of nerve damage can interrupt communication between the brain and other portion of the body. It also can impair muscle movement, inhibit normal feeling in the arms and legs, and cause pain which can sometimes be intense.

Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy

People develop peripheral neuropathy for many different reasons. It may be acquired through diabetes, poor nutrition, disease, or infection. It also can be hereditary, although this is not as prevalent.

In some cases, the original cause of peripheral neuropathy is never determined. This is called idiopathic neuropathy and as many as a third of all people with peripheral neuropathy fall into this category.

Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy

Treatment for peripheral neuropathy is dependent on the type and severity of the condition. At NEUROMed Neuropathy Treatment Centers we find that “timing” is a key component that can help put the breaks on the damaging effects of Peripheral Neuropathy Meaning that being seen in the most “timely” fashion in our centers and not putting it off another day can make all the difference in the world.

Capsaicin cream also is sometimes used to provide moderate improvement in peripheral neuropathy symptoms.

Relieving the Pain of Peripheral Neuropathy.

Eradicating the suffering is generally top treatment priority because peripheral neuropathy can be such a painful condition.

If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy, our expert team can help relieve your pain. Contact us today to request an appointment. We can help you feel better fast!