Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain is a condition in which the extremities (arms and legs) become painful to touch. If the peripheral neuropathy is associated with a condition such as diabetes, the core issue becomes one of preventing further deterioration as much as possible by supporting appropriate medical intervention. This can mean providing support for medical recommendations such as diet and exercise regimes.

Our clinicians usually deal with neuropathic pain in the context of the specific issues involved with the pain condition. Any diabetic sufferers wanting to know more about the implications of their condition are referred to the family doctor web site.