Northwest Pain Relief Center provides non-invasive therapies, including peripheral neuropathy treatment throughout Washington and Alaska. A condition of the nervous system that affects about twenty million Americans, peripheral neuropathy can be difficult to treat because the causes are varied and sometimes difficult to ascertain. Neuropathy can be caused by illness as in diabetic peripheral neuropathy, poor diet, alcoholism, a reaction to certain drugs like chemotherapy, or an autoimmune disease like Guillain-Barre syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, or lupus. Issues with treatment occur because neuropathy causes can be anywhere in the nervous symptom, making them challenging to pinpoint. Tingling feet, tingling arms, numbness, pain, and burning and also neuropathy symptoms.
Both Washington and Alaska have an excellent resource in Northwest Pain Relief Center, where treatment starts with a comprehensive intake and physical exam to find the treatment plan that’s right for you. Whether your issue is a simple one, or something more complex, like diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Here at Northwest Pain Relief Center our medical staff of our clinics located throughout Washington and Alaska, is dedicated to helping patients find relief from a variety of medical conditions, including neuropathy, using non-invasive medical procedures.