For the millions of Americans struggling to manage their Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, there is a new treatment plan that may help! At Atlanta Medical Clinic, we have become involved in the diabetic community for several years, through advanced wound care and neuropathy treatment options and now a breakthrough therapy that treats the disease itself, not just the symptoms.
The knee is the largest and one of the most complex joints in the body, and with a number of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissues in play, a variety of conditions can develop that can lead to sensitivity, pain, and even loss of function. When it comes to getting fast and effective care, your integrated wellness is only as good as your medical team, and that’s why there’s no better choice for knee pain treatments than Atlanta Medical Clinic.
Diagnosing neuropathy should of course be conducted by a medical professional. However, patients can get a better idea whether they might have it or not by looking over the most common symptoms of neuropathy – to see if those symptoms line up with what they are experiencing. They can also benefit from considering causes of neuropathic pain that might put them in a high-risk group. Finally, it is specifically worth looking at the differences between peripheral neuropathic pain and multiple sclerosis since the two conditions are so similar and, hence, often misdiagnosed.
20 million people in the United States experience neuropathy related pain or discomfort. As with many diseases, your food choices can have a big impact on your pain levels and the disease in general.
Cold laser therapy treatment can be powerful when used to speed the healing of a painful area. Also called low-level laser therapy, soft laser biostimulation, photobiomodulation, and low-power laser therapy (LPLT), this treatment uses a device to deliver low levels of light to problematic areas. It is often used in conjunction with other treatment approaches to facilitate healing and recovery from soft-tissue and joint conditions.
When you are experiencing chronic pain, it is critical to determine whether neuropathic pain is present. Typically, pain arises when damage or an injury occurs within the body, leading to the nerves transmitting a signal. In the case of neuropathy, though, the nerves themselves have experienced damage.