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Stopping Neuropathy Pain Before it can Begin

Stopping Neuropathy Pain Before it can Begin Researchers at the Boston Children's Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a way to block the onset of neuropathic pain by utilizing tiny spheres filled with an anesthetic derived from a shellfish toxin. Neuropathic pain is a chronic form of pain that occurs because... Read More

Fighting Neuropathy through Preserving Mitochondrial Function

Fighting Neuropathy through Preserving Mitochondrial Function The tingling, burning pain associated with neuropathy may affect the feet and hands before other body parts because the energy sources of nerve cells that supply the extremities age and become dysfunctional as they travel to these areas, according to Johns Hopkins research. Read More

Ways to Treat Neuropathy

Ways to Treat Neuropathy Peripheral neuropathy is a condition where damaged peripheral nerves cause pain or numbness to the extremities. Currently, there are a variety of treatment options available for these symptoms. These range from traditional pills and creams to special diets and therapies that help stimulate the... Read More

The Symptoms of Neuropathy

The Symptoms of Neuropathy For many people, neuropathy can be a debilitating disorder that can affect the routines of daily living. The condition's symptoms can hinge on where the affected nerves are located and which types of nerves are being affected (motor, sensory, autonomic). Several types of neuropathy affect all ... Read More

What is Neuropathy and What Are its Causes?

What is Neuropathy and What Are its Causes? Neuropathy falls under a web of disorders that occur when the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord become damaged. The condition is known as peripheral neuropathy, and it is most often the result of damage done to nerve axons. Neuropathy typically results in pain and numbness in the han... Read More

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