Most Common Symptoms of Neuropathy and how they are treated at NTCO
The symptoms of neuropathy can present itself in many different ways in the human body depending on what type of nerve is damaged. There are three types of peripheral nerves: Sensory, Motor, and Autonomic. You might have a number of the following symptoms due to a back, neck, or knee injury, diabetes, joint pain, sciatica, or shingles. The resulting chronic pain can be awful to manage.
Sensory Nerve Damage Symptoms:
- Tingling, numbness, and burning in the hands or feet
- Severe pain or inability to feel pain, pressure, temperature, or touch in the affected regions
- Loss of coordination
- The sensation that you’re wearing socks or gloves when you aren’t
Motor Nerve Damage Symptoms:
- Muscle weakness, cramping, or twitching
- Loss of muscle control
- Decreased dexterity
Autonomic Nerve Damage Symptoms:
- Abnormal blood pressure or heart rate
- Sexual dysfunction
- Digestive issues – feeling full after a few bites, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation.
If any of these ring true for you, NTCO can help reduce the pain from the symptoms of neuropathy that you have been experiencing. Rather than simply masking your pain with medication, our staff of qualified medical professionals treat chronic pain at the source with electrochemical treatment. Nerve Regenerating Therapy (NRT) is an effective treatment for damaged or irritated nerves. The therapy utilizes a Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrient Blend delivered via injection to affected areas, followed immediately by carefully controlled electronic signals for long-term relief of pain caused by the symptoms of neuropathy and other nerve dysfunction.
NRT has no side effects, is very well tolerated by most patients, and leads to a significant reduction in symptoms for 87% of patients who undergo the therapy. The relief provided by NRT offers a solution to chronic pain that enables you to move freely again without the need for strong pain medications or narcotics.
Find a TREATMENT THAT WORKS at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Oklahoma.