Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy Treatments in Addison & Tyler
Although chemotherapy (chemo) is the gold standard drug treatment to attack quickly dividing cells aggressively, chemo is also, literally, poison. Unfortunately, the chemo medicine doesn’t discriminate between the beneficial or harmful cells that divide rapidly. Rather than simply eliminating cancer cells, chemo can wreak havoc on the peripheral nervous system. Although chemo-induced neuropathy often subsides when the chemo doses are reduced or discontinued, in some cases, the nerve damage is permanent. Even if your chemo-induced neuropathy persists in spite of a lower chemo dose or you’ve already stopped chemo with no relief, Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas can help to get you back to doing the things you love.
Contact the professionals at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas for further information on chemotherapy-induced neuropathy in Addison & Tyler.
How We Can Mitigate Your Symptoms
Whether you are still undergoing chemo or you’ve already stopped treatment, we can help manage your symptoms so they don’t get worse. Treatment goes a long way to ease symptoms of chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy, and at Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas, we don’t resort to medications such as potent steroids that are only a short-term solution. We use electrical nerve stimulation to reduce pain and numbness caused by damage to the peripheral nerves so you can resume your functional abilities and autonomy in life. Future research will investigate the effect of how CIPN improves with electrical stimulation and improves quality of life.
Contact Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas
Our team knows how cancer and even the treatments used to combat cancer can be harrowing. We are here to help. If you are experiencing CIPN and haven’t found relief through drug therapies, contact us now to book your appointment with our team of medical professionals in Addison and Tyler, TX.
We are able to provide relief from neuropathy during or after chemotherapy, without powerful medications or surgery. To book an appointment with Neuropathy Treatment Clinics of Texas please contact us today or call (972) 441-5634 for Addison, or (903) 326-2507 for Tyler.
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“Love this place! Felt a difference after second visit. Just had treatment number 8 today and feel great. Pain has gone to mild discomfort! I am amazed with results to date!”- JD O.
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“Today I walk effortlessly, have no balance issues in the shower or anywhere, and the pain in my feet has been reduced by over 80%. All of this without drugs which is the greatest benefit. Thank you for helping me regain my mobility. And confidence.”- Ronald J.