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Neuropathy Treatment Nashville

Neuropathy is a serious condition that is caused by injuries and health conditions that affects millions of Americans. At Advanced Medical of Nashville, we are dedicated to providing innovative neuropathy treatments that are safe, natural, and effective. We use our blog space to educate our patients and readers on neuropathy, our treatments, and ways they can improve their health and manage their pain in conjunction with our treatments. Read our blog to access informative articles on relevant topics. If you’re suffering from neuropathy, call us today to learn how we can help you take your life back.

  • If you suffer from stabbing pain… fire ants crawling up your legs burning… or the unbearable numbness that comes with neuropathy and want a natural way to reverse it… then this will be the most important article you’ve ever read. You may be wondering… How can we do this when your doctor has told you there is no way to reverse neuropathy? That you’d have to suffer and manage the pain with dangerous drugs like Gabapentin or Lyrica. Here’s the story: Over the years, we’ve become one of the nation’s most effective neuropathy clinics. We have treated thousands of neuropathy patients…

  • I want to share a story with you about a patient I recently met. She had a knee replacement. She’s a younger patient, in her 50’s and it was the first thing she’d ever had wrong with her. She never took any medications, never had any issues… until she had that knee replaced.  And in her own words… “It’s the worst decision I’ve ever made.” Why? Well, two years post surgery and she’s not been able to walk. Shes developed severe nerve damage in the entire leg. She says it feels like her leg is on fire the entire day. Her foot is completely numb and…

  • What is the number #1 cause of peripheral neuropathy? Diabetes. If you have diabetes, you are at risk of developing the debilitating condition. Approximately 60% of people who have diabetes will develop some form of peripheral neuropathy. So, if you have diabetes, you have a strong chance of developing peripheral neuropathy. Why is that the case? Diabetic neuropathy has several factors that contribute to the disorder. For instance, diabetics suffer from high levels of blood glucose that they have to fight to control. These high glucose levels cause chemical changes in their nerves, which impairs the nerve’s ability to transmit…

  • What are the symptoms of peripheral nerve damage? Because there are nearly 100 forms of Neuropathy, or progressive nerve damage, symptoms are related to the type of nerves affected. Motor nerve damage is most commonly associated with muscle weakness. Other symptoms include painful cramps, fasciculations (uncontrolled muscle twitching visible under the skin) and muscle shrinking. Sensory nerve damage causes various symptoms because sensory nerves have a broad range of functions. Damage to large sensory fibers harms the ability to feel vibrations and touch, especially in the hands and feet. You may feel as if you are wearing gloves and stockings…

  • If you are one of the 20 Million (+) Americans who suffer with Neuropathy, you are likely very familiar with its negative impact on your sleep. Neuropathy is a progressive nerve disease that usually affects the hands and feet, and eventually works its way into your core and your digestive system. If left untreated, Neuropathy will continue to progress into other areas of the body. Because most people experience symptoms in their hands or feet, those warning signs are what keep them up at night. These symptoms can include: Burning Tingling Sensitivity Itching Sharp Pain Electric Pain “Fuzzy” Dull Pain…

  • Nerve pain, also referred to as neuropathy, affects more than 20 million Americans, causing mild to excruciating pain in the hands, arms, feet, and legs. Along with pain, neuropathy can cause numbness, tingling, and/or weakness in these regions of the body, which can make it challenging to move and function optimally. The nerve pain specialists at Advanced Medical of Nashville take a natural approach to healing and pain relief with state-of-the-art, noninvasive, FDA-approved neuropathy treatments. Today, our team of experts will share five ways to relieve nerve pain in conjunction with the care you receive with us using self-care techniques,…

  • Welcome back to the Advanced Medical of Nashville blog. When you suffer from nerve pain, what you eat and drink can contribute to the pain you experience as a result of inflammation that affects soft tissues and joints in the body. In part one, we began looking at three foods that can aggravate your pain and inflammation due to the ingredients they contain. Therefore, maintaining a healthy, nutrient-rich diet and consuming healthful foods in place of inflammatory foods can reduce your pain levels, while at the same time, enhancing your neuropathy treatment. Here are the inflammatory foods we discussed in…

  • For those people who struggle with chronic nerve pain, performing daily activities with ease can be challenging. By implementing healthy habits, adjusting your lifestyle, and modifying activities, you can effectively relieve pain and discomfort in conjunction with the neuropathy treatment you receive with us at Advanced Medical of Nashville. Today, we will share with you five inflammatory foods that can aggravate your existing nerve pain. Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the most effective ways to avoid and manage peripheral neuropathy. Getting plenty of nutrients supports a healthy functioning nervous system, which can not only help you manage your…

  • Welcome back to our blog series focusing on the causes of neuropathy. In our recent posts, we’ve been looking at some of the common injuries and illnesses that can injure or damage the nerves in throughout the body. When nerves are damaged or sick, neuropathy may develop, which can cause mild to severe pain, numbness, tingling, loss of sensation, impaired movement, muscle weakness, and other symptoms. Along with traumas to the body and nerves caused by auto accidents, work accidents, personal injuries, and sports-related injuries, illnesses and disorders such as diabetes, neuromas (tumors), different types of cancers, and cancer treatments…

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