Shooting pain, tingling, and weakness in the extremities are common signs of peripheral neuropathy. At Infinity Regenerative and Neuropathy Center in Plano, Texas, Alma Horrilleno, MD, and Henry Horrilleno, MD, provide targeted solutions for all types of neuropathy through a clinically proven protocol that’s FDA-cleared. This innovative treatment combines anesthetics with electrical signaling to reduce neuropathy symptoms without medication or surgery. Call Infinity Regenerative and Neuropathy Center today or request an appointment online to learn more.
Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage that stems from the brain or spinal cord. While neuropathy can affect many of your bodily functions, the most common sign of the condition is pain, tingling, or weakness in the arms, hands, legs, or feet.
Without proper treatment, neuropathy tends to worsen over time. The sooner you seek professional treatment for neuropathy, the less likely you are to suffer long-term nerve damage.
Among several types of neuropathies, but the main four are:
Peripheral neuropathy, which typically affects the extremities, is highly common in individuals with diabetes and vascular disorders.
Autonomic neuropathy affects the nerves responsible for controlling your involuntary functions, such as heart rate and digestion.
Far less common than the previous two, proximal neuropathy primarily occurs on one side of your body, often in the buttocks, thigh, or leg.
The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy depend primarily on the type, location, and severity of your condition. The most common signs of neuropathy include:
Neuropathy symptoms can become debilitating without early intervention. Seeking treatment at the first sign of neuropathy can help prevent additional nerve damage.
Many degenerative conditions, diseases, and traumatic injuries can cause neuropathy, including:
Alcohol abuse, heavy metals, and other toxic substances can also increase your risk of neuropathy.
To minimize pain and treat nerve damage from peripheral neuropathy, Dr. Horrilleno offers a clinically proven protocol that’s FDA-cleared. By combining a pain-reducing local anesthetic with electronic cell signaling treatment (EST), this innovative treatment can help relieve your discomfort and regenerate your damaged nerves.
To learn more about peripheral neuropathy, call Infinity Regenerative and Neuropathy Center or schedule an appointment online today.