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Nerve damage, known as neuropathy, may stem from degenerative issues, trauma, cancer treatments, and even diabetes, among other issues. If you struggle with debilitating nerve pain, tingling, or numbness, see how the pain management specialists at Summit Pain Alliance in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, California, can help. To get started on your neuropathy treatment as soon as possible, book an appointment online or over the phone with the clinic nearest you.
Neuropathy occurs for all kinds of reasons, from injury to chronic disease. For instance, one of the most common causes of neuropathy is blood sugar fluctuations related to prediabetes or diabetes. The surges of blood sugar can seriously damage nerve tissue and lead to agonizing discomfort.
However, not everyone who develops neuropathy has diabetes. Your case of neuropathy may stem from:
Occasionally, neuropathy is associated with alcoholism or nutritional deficiencies. Because any of these underlying issues may be causing your neuropathy, it’s important to undergo a comprehensive examination and thorough screenings to pinpoint the cause.
Neuropathy leads to nerve pain that may be localized to one area or widespread throughout your limbs (as with peripheral neuropathy). Some of the most common symptoms of neuropathy include:
Without proper treatment, neuropathy can lead to permanent nerve damage. Plus, the numbness you experience can increase your risk of skin damage.
For instance, because of numbness, you might not be able to tell that a pan is hot and as a result, suffer from a serious burn. Because of these issues, Summit Pain Alliance provides modern, research-driven treatment solutions.
Your neuropathy treatment plan depends on the cause of your neuropathy. Nerve studies, blood tests, and physical exams may be necessary to pinpoint the cause of your neuropathy issues.
No matter the cause, Summit Pain Alliance provides personalized treatment plans that may include:
Medications are sometimes necessary treatments for neuropathy, too. Your doctor at Summit Pain Alliance prescribes a medication that intercepts pain signals or changes the way your brain perceives pain, so you can experience effective relief.
Click on the online scheduling tool to book your neuropathy evaluation at Summit Pain Alliance today. You can also call to schedule a visit by phone.