Nerve damage leads to neuropathy, which causes pain, tingling, numbness, and muscle weakness, among other issues. If you have neuropathy discomfort, the top-ranked, Harvard trained, pain specialists at Pain Management Centers of New England offer individualized treatment plans. Dr. Branton, Dr. Ho and Meghan Chase MD staff practice locations in Gloucester, Danvers, and Newburyport, Massachusetts. Call the nearest office or click the online booking feature to schedule your neuropathy consultation today.
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Neuropathy is a condition that leads to nerve damage. It has many types and symptoms vary depending on the specific diagnosis. Common causes of neuropathy include:
There are times when neuropathy has no identifiable cause. This is known as idiopathic neuropathy.
Neuropathy leads to a broad spectrum of symptoms, depending on the affected nerve — or nerves. When you have neuropathy, you may experience:
We work closely with the regions top neurologists.
If you’re experiencing these symptoms, schedule an evaluation at Pain Management Centers of New England before it progresses any further. We work closely with the regions top neurologists.
The pain specialists at Pain Management Centers of New England offer the latest neuropathy treatment solutions, incorporating the best technology has to offer, so you can get relief and restore your quality of life.
Your personalized treatment plan for neuropathy may include:
Spinal cord stimulation therapy uses HFX™, the most effective spinal cord stimulator (SCS) solution, with the highest, demonstrated success rate for chronic leg and back pain.
Antidepressant medications such as Cymbalta, specialized anti-seizure medications, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), local anesthetic oitment, and topical capsaicin numbing creams are prescribed to help manage neuropathy symptoms.
Image-guided nerve blocks and injections can also be used to treat neuropathy.
You may also benefit from regular physical therapy sessions if you’ve suffered from weakness and muscle wasting. Your dedicated team of pain management specialists at Pain Management Centers of New England works diligently to ensure you get the neuropathy relief needed to begin healing as quickly as possible.
You have a variety of options when it comes to treating neuropathy. Call the office nearest you to schedule a consultation, or click the online scheduler to get started today.