Peripheral Neuropathy Tingling Numb FeetLegs Symptoms Resolved DavisClinc
When you initially presented to the office,you presented with numbness, tingling, and irritation in the lower extremities and feet.We've managed this condition with our peripheral neuropathy program. How have you done withthe management and how are you doing today? Oh I'm feeling fine, I'm feeling great. WhenI came in here I thought I'd have to live with pain the rest of my life and it's great,really great. Well we're very very proud to have you here as a patient and congratulationson your results. Thank you , thank you a lot.
Small Fiber Neuropathy Symptoms Diagnosis and Treatment
Small fiber neuropathy is really an interestingcondition because it consists typically of just burning, numbness, pain of the feet,sometimes the hands later on without necessarily having any abnormalities on your EMG or nerveconduction study. So what I tell patients and actually residents or students who trainunder us is that a normal nerve conduction study does not exclude a neuropathy. And wewill confirm this by doing additional testing, specifically the nervous the the examinationat the bedside asking patients about their symptoms, for example, loss of sensation tocool or or hot temperatures, loss of pain sensation and also doing skin biopsies wherewe look at nerve densities in the skin both
from the calf and the thigh as well as doinga special test that looks at sweat function both in your foot in in the legs as well asthe feet to gauge the level of small fiber nerve damage. Small fiber neuropathy typicallywill progress unless the underlying cause is identified and reversed. Diabetes of coursebeing the most common cause is always screened for. But once the more common causes are excludedand the focus becomes on excluding any underlying secondary disease process but also controllingpain because if patients' symptoms of pain are generally controlled they tend to do prettywell and really have no other major functional deficits. I've really become interested overthe years is how interconnected neurology
and rheumatology are and one thing I oftendo on patients who have unexplained small fiber even autonomic neuropathy is have themsee rheumatology or get evaluated for connective tissue disorders like lupus or Sjogren's orsarcoid and sometimes even if we are not directly involved in treating the patients, this canbe the first sign of an underlying connective tissue disorder that can then be brought tothe attention of rheumatology and addressed from their standpoint.
Neuropathy Chemotherapy Nerve Damage Larry S Testimonial
Interviewer: Hi, sir. What is your name? Larry: My name is Larry Shine SP. Interviewer: All right, Larry. Today is May29, 2013, and you're at Arkansas Spinal Care and Neuropathy Treatment Center. Why don'twe start off by having you tell me why you came to this ? Larry: One of my classmates, number one, gaveme a phone call one day and said quot;Larry, have you seen this ad? I've been seeing somethingon TV, a inaudible 00:00:26 over in Conway, Arkansas, that supposedly can dosomething to help you with your neuropathy
problem.quot; So she called me back and gave methe phone number. So I immediately made a phone call, and the people at the 'soffice sent me a package in the mail inaudible 00:00:44. I received it within two or three days. Iwent over the information, and then I immediately made a phone call back and made an appointmentto come by to see what they could probably do for me. The good news is that my cousinand I came over and I had the opportunity to meet Curry SP. We discussed mysituation, that I've been suffering with neuropathy for a little bit over a year and a half becauseof cancer that I had, which was Stage 4 cancer,
and I'm a diabetic, which caused my sugarlevel to rise, which resulted in me having neuropathy. And some of the symptoms of my problem arefeet, my lower leg, and my hands. I can tell you this, today is my second day of treatment.I could tell, believe it or not, last night, the first day back home, I saw some positiveresults of the treatment that I had on Tuesday. It's amazing. Number one, I'm walking better.I forgot to use my cane yesterday and last night by the way. I'm getting too much confidenceI guess. But anyway, I'm very proud of the fact.andsome of the things that I'm feeling in my
feet and my legs last night when I was asleep,I think are positive signs that maybe blood circulation is prevalent, is gonna happen,is imminent rather. And I've got a feeling that after a few more treatments, it's verypossible that you will see, I will see, a tremendous amount of improvement in my condition.But I'm very pleased with the staff here. I'm very pleased with the . You've gotsome very capable, professional people here. I couldn't ask for a better service than whatI'm getting now. I mean, it's like family; it's a family affair. And when you come overhere, and I will highly recommend that if you're thinking about getting some type ofa service and treatment, and you want a ,
you want a staff that's really concerned aboutyou and treats you like family, this is the place to go, right here in Conway, Arkansas. Interviewer: Thank you, Larry. That is awesome.I mean, really. Wow! Thank you. The one thing that I wanted to talk about for sure is, somany of the patients who have neuropathy, they come in here and they talk about theirsense of balance and the fact that they fall, or they stumble a lot, or they don't havesure footing, or they trip a lot. All those kinds of things go with neuropathy becausethey don't have the correct sensation down in their feet. It can make them feel likethey don't have good balance. Would you go
over what you told me a little while ago aboutthat, even after your first treatment? Larry: Right. My equilibrium has improvedas of yesterday. Like I said earlier, I'm walking now really without the cane. I feela very good sense of balance. Normally, when I get out of bed in the morning, I takes melike a minute and a half before I can really get my balance, before I can walk maybe intothe kitchen and get my coffee ready or whatever the case may be. This morning when I got up, I got up thismorning, by the way, around 4:30, and I didn't have to stand up more than 30 seconds beforeI went and ventured on and made my coffee