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Peripheral Neuropathy 101


One of the most common types of nerve pain is peripheral neuropathy.  Neuropathy in the hands and feet are common in patients with Diabetes.  Neuropathy is often described as numbness or tingling sensation but it also can be debilitating form of chronic pain.

Sometimes, the sources of peripheral neuropathy can be hard to identify. That’s where nerve conduction studies come in.  Nerve conduction studies are an important diagnostic test to find the root cause of neuropathy.  EMG studies can be used to diagnose any sort of muscle weakness, tingling or numbness that occurs in the arms or legs.

Our Pain Specialists are experts at alleviating pain, restoring function and optimizing health.  If think you may have peripheral neuropathy call us at 972-290-1507 to schedule an appointment. 

Neil Verma, MD Chief Medical Officer - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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