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Foot Pain

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Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas

Neuropathy & Pain Management located in Addison, TX & Tyler, TX

Neuropathy is a common cause of foot pain, especially among diabetics. At Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas in Addison, Texas, you’ll find customized treatment plans to address all types of nerve-related foot pain. Be sure to schedule an appointment at the first sign of nerve damage to prevent worsening symptoms. Online booking makes it easy to find a time that fits your schedule, or you can call and speak with a member of the administrative staff. We see patients in and around the DFW Metroplex

Foot Pain Q & A

What causes foot pain?

There are many issues that can cause foot pain, including traumatic injury, tendinitis, arthritis, muscle tears, and fractures. In many cases, however, nerve damage is to blame for foot pain.

When nerve tissue sustains injury, infection, exposure to toxins, or other damaging factors, the affected tissue can no longer transmit sensory data to and from your brain. That can cause a range of symptoms, including foot pain.

Foot pain can be throbbing or sharp and stabbing. It’s often described as tingling, burning, or prickling sensations. It can manifest as severe intolerance to heat or cold. Pain can come on suddenly or gradually worsen over time.

What is diabetic nerve pain?

Diabetes places an enormous toll on your body, including your nerve tissue. Excess blood glucose can lead to peripheral neuropathy, a condition that can leave your feet unable to effectively transmit or receive sensory data to and from your brain.

Diabetes also reduces circulation in your lower body. That leaves the tissues in your feet lacking essential nutrients and oxygen. Without adequate circulation, any breaks in the skin on your feet are slower to heal.

This increases your risk of infection. Left untreated, diabetic nerve pain can eventually lead to amputation.

How is foot pain treated?

At Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas, the first step in any treatment plan is a thorough diagnostic exam. The information gleaned from this process gives your practitioner the data needed to create a customized treatment approach that fits your unique needs and lifestyle.

The state-of-the-art neoGEN-Series system offers a treatment option that can not only relieve pain, but can also improve your body’s ability to effectively process sensory data. There’s no need for general anesthesia, no downtime, and none of the risks associated with surgery or prescription medications.

Treatments also improve circulation, a critical need for men and women suffering from diabetic nerve pain. The treatment platform has shown success in treating many types of nerve pain, including cases where other treatments have proven ineffective.

To explore your own personalized treatment path, schedule an appointment at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas online or by phone today.