But that doesn’t mean you have to deal with the discomforts of neuropathy for life. At SuperiorMED Clinics, we treat neuropathy using a number of innovative, non-surgical pain treatments that help our patients get relief from pain and back to a healthy, active lifestyle.
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Prickling in the Hands or Feet
Sensitivity to Pain
Causes of Neuropathy
Disease – Neuropathy is prevalent in the Diabetic community because high blood sugar levels damage the walls of the blood vessels that feed the nerves in the hands and the feet. It is believed that 60-70% of all reported cases of neuropathy are diabetes-related. Other diseases that are connected include chronic kidney disease, infections such as HIV, Lyme disease and more.
Injury – Broken bones, accidents and injuries from sports, car crashes, and other physical injuries can put pressure on the nerves, damaging them and resulting in neuropathic pain.
Exposure – Certain drugs, excessive alcohol, and poisons such as insecticides and other chemicals can result in damaging the peripheral nerves.