Neuropathy Treatment Washington DC
If you are experiencing tingling, numbness, or prickly sensations, you can find the answers you are looking for at the Pain & Arthritis Relief Center, where our team provides Neuropathy Treatment Washington, DC residents rely on. Neuropathy may also be called peripheral neuropathy due to the effect it has on the body’s motor nerves and sensory. It isn’t uncommon for patients to feel the initial symptoms of neuropathy in their extremities, including the legs, feet, toes, arms, fingers, and hands. Neuropathy may present itself with symptoms such as:
- Burning pain in lower limbs
- Sharp pain that feels like stabbing (which may get worse in the evening)
- An electric-like pain that travels through extremities
- Muscle weakness and coordination issues
- Low blood pressure and dizziness when rising from sitting or lying
- Nausea and/or vomiting
- Digestive problems
- Inability to control bladder
- Bladder and bowel incontinence
At the Pain & Arthritis Relief Center, we know that each patient’s experience with neuropathy is different, so we are sure to create a Washington, DC neuropathy treatment plan based on individual needs. During the consultation and examination, your doctor may ask about current symptoms, past medical history, and any other concerns you have. The more information you can share with your doctor, the more they can identify the root cause of the problem and then aim to resolve it.
When a condition such as neuropathy is diagnosed early on, there is more control over its progression. In fact, early action can prevent neuropathy from spreading to other areas of the body and reduce the chances of it worsening over time. Whether you are someone who wants to get back into competitive sports or just go for an enjoyable walk from time to time, you deserve a life without the discomfort caused by neuropathy.
Call The Pain & Arthritis Relief Center
Our clinic offers a comprehensive approach to helping people lead a fuller and healthier life. We believe that the body has the innate capacity to heal itself, but we must remove barriers to allow it to do so. We have seen time and time again how healing takes place through integrative and regenerative medicine. To get support with living your best life, call the Pain & Arthritis Relief Center about treatment for neuropathy in Washington, DC today.