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Peripheral Neuropathy In Denver

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that occurs when there is damage to the peripheral nerves, which are the nerves that carry information between the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. This damage can lead to a wide range of symptoms, including pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the affected areas.

Peripheral neuropathy can affect any part of the body, but it most commonly affects the feet and hands. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical injury, infection, exposure to toxins, and certain medical conditions. The severity of the condition can vary widely, with some people experiencing only mild symptoms while others may have severe and disabling symptoms.

What Are The Symptoms Of Peripheral Neuropathy?

The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy can vary depending on the type and location of the damaged nerves. Some common symptoms include:

    • Pain: This can range from mild to severe and may feel like a burning or stabbing sensation.
    • Numbness: People with peripheral neuropathy may feel a loss of sensation or a “pins and needles” sensation in the affected areas.
    • Tingling: This can feel like a buzzing or prickling sensation in the hands or feet.
    • Weakness: The damaged nerves may cause weakness in the muscles, making it difficult to perform certain activities.

What Is The Cause Of Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

  • Physical injury: Trauma or injury to the nerves can cause damage and lead to peripheral neuropathy.
  • Infection: Certain infections, such as HIV/AIDS or Lyme disease, can damage the nerves and cause peripheral neuropathy.
  • Toxins: Exposure to certain chemicals or drugs, such as certain chemotherapy drugs or heavy metals, can damage the nerves and cause peripheral neuropathy.
  • Medical conditions: Some medical conditions, such as diabetes and autoimmune disorders, can cause peripheral neuropathy.

Risk Factors

There are certain factors that may increase the risk of developing peripheral neuropathy, including:

  • Age: The risk of developing peripheral neuropathy increases with age.
  • Diabetes: People with diabetes have a higher risk of developing peripheral neuropathy.
  • Alcohol abuse: Chronic alcohol abuse can increase the risk of developing peripheral neuropathy.

Vitamin deficiency: A deficiency in certain vitamins, such as vitamin B1 or B12, can increase the risk of peripheral neuropathy.

Complications

Peripheral neuropathy can lead to a number of complications, including:

  • Foot problems: People with peripheral neuropathy may develop foot problems, such as foot sores or ulcers, due to a loss of sensation in the feet.
  • Falling: The weakness and numbness caused by peripheral neuropathy can increase the risk of falls.

Difficulty with daily activities: The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy can make it difficult to perform certain activities, such as tying shoelaces or gripping objects.

Prognosis

The prognosis for people with peripheral neuropathy can vary depending on the cause and severity of the condition. In some cases, the damage to the nerves may be reversible with proper treatment, while in other cases the damage may be permanent. The prognosis can also depend on the underlying cause of the peripheral neuropathy. For example, people with diabetes who develop peripheral neuropathy may have a better prognosis if they are able to effectively manage their blood sugar levels.

Treatment

Treatment for peripheral neuropathy may involve a combination of medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes. The traditional approach to treating peripheral neuropathy includes:

  • Pain medication: Over-the-counter or prescription pain medication can help manage the pain caused by peripheral neuropathy.
  • Antidepressants: Certain antidepressants can help manage the pain caused by peripheral neuropathy.
  • Anti-seizure medication: Medications used to treat epilepsy may also be effective in managing the pain caused by peripheral neuropathy.
  • Physical therapy: Physical therapy can help improve muscle strength and coordination.

Lifestyle changes: Making changes to diet and exercise can help manage the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.

What Innovative Treatment Is Available?

Colorado Medical Solutions Denver offers the latest, most advanced cutting-edge medical treatments. Our Neuropathy Program style includes nutritional support, Trifecta light therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma(PRP) and Shock Wave Therapy. 

The goal of treatment for peripheral neuropathy is to manage the symptoms and improve the quality of life. With proper treatment, many people with peripheral neuropathy are able to lead active and fulfilling lives. It is important for people with peripheral neuropathy to work closely with a healthcare team to develop a treatment plan that works for them.

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