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Alternative Treatments for Neuropathy Diagnosis
Neuropathy impacts the lives of countless people in Arizona and across the country. Symptoms of neuropathy often include sharp, excruciating, and often debilitating pain, and numbness in their lower extremities, generally the feet and toes. While there are other symptoms that can be associated with Neuropathy the aforementioned ones tend to be tell tale signs that are most commonly reported. Often when a diagnosis of neuropathy is made, your doctor may put you on medications that are designed to help address your symptoms. However, if you are one of the countless people who have been diagnosed with neuropathy but don't get better with medication, you might be one of the many who suffer from a condition that is caused by poor circulation-which can, in many cases feel exactly like symptoms of neuropathy. Until recently there was little hope for those whose neuropathy symptoms wouldn't respond to treatment, but now there is, and the doctors at Comprehensive Integrated Care just might have the solution to effectively treat your condition.
Symptoms related to poor circulation especially in the lower extremities often are very similar to the symptoms of neuropathy. Treatment for poor circulation in the feet and toes can be extremely minimally invasive and can be the answer that so many have been looking for, especially when the medications they previously were prescribed failed to help.
Special imaging studies, (similar to and ultrasound or x-ray) can help the doctors at CIC identify and treat circulation issues. After treatment patients report that the tingling, pain and numbness that they associated with neuropathy, starts to diminish with some considering themselves completely pain free with in days of treatment.
Comprehensive Integrated Care has Valley wide locations. To book an appointment call (480) 374-7354 or visit, ciccenters.com.