Month: July 2019

Don;t Live With Diabetic Neuropathy Any More

Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy (PDN) is a major, long-term complication of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetic neuropathy often presents as tingling, loss of sensation, pain and numbness in the legs, feet, arms and hands. This loss of sensation can preclude sensation of injury, leading to development of wounds or ulcerations. When not adequately treated, …

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You Need to See How Peripheral Nerve Issues Lead to Migraines

Migraines that are caused by peripheral nerves can be treated with peripheral nerve surgery. The surgery involves freeing the nerve from the surrounding tissue to relieve the irritation. This can alleviate, reduce, or even end the pain of migraines once and for all. Peripheral nerve problems leading to migraines are a problem that can be …

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