Peripheral Neuropathy Overview Full Information and Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral Neuropathy is a commoncondition occurring when injury or disease damagesyour peripheral nervous system originating from your brain and spinalcord peripheral nerves extends to your skinmuscle and tissues or peripheral nervous system relaysvital information between your body and the brain in theform of electrical impulses there are three types of peripheralnerves motor nerves regulate the movements loveyour body skeletal muscles
sensory nerves transmit sensations such as heat vibration touch and pain to the brain comic nerves regulate the activities upinternal organs and glands each nerve is made up of manyinterconnected cells called neurons that transmit impulses at lightning speed this constantexchange allows your brain to respond to vitalinput from your body
however damage to the nerves disruptsthis critical link resulting in peripheral neuropathy damage to a single nerve called MononaRobert B usually results from injury orrepetitive stress an example %uh Monona Robert E is carpaltunnel syndrome repeated impact to the nerve in yourwrist may cause tingling pain and weakness in your hand arm and shoulder
government have multiple nerves calledPaulina Robert the is far more common damaged typically begins in the nervesfarthest from the central nervous system and progresses symmetrically Paulina Robert the can be caused bydiabetes and other systemic diseases infections or exposure to toxic substances
one or all the three nerve types may be affectedand symptoms are specific to each damage to sensory nerves characteristic have diabetes can lead to numbness inyour hands and feet with diminished ability to detecttemperature insensitivity to pain or over sensitivity to pain Paulina Robert the may also cause damageto your motor nerves
which can result in muscle weakness twitching and pain common signs %uh nerve damage include intolerance to heat loss of bladder control gastrointestinal disturbances impairment a breathing
Seeing Pain New approach to diagnosing and treating nerve damage Chris McCurdy TEDxUM
When I was a young childI lost my favorite uncle to alcohol abuse. It made me wonder why does this happen? How can someone be consumed by a substance that's around us all the time? So, I made it my life's missionto become a drug expert, and I went to pharmacy school. I went to pharmacy schoolto understand what it is about drugs
that can make us heal or can hurt us. When I was in pharmacy school, I found out I fell in lovewith the research. Not only did I fall in lovewith the research I fell in love with this passionto educate others. And so, knowing that,I had to move forward. I had to move forward with my education so that I could carry those thingsout of my future;
and I went on and earned a atein medicinal chemistry; that's drug design not designer drugs. (Laughter) That enabled me to move forward and really pursue some of the basisof drug abuse and addiction. Here I am now, a professorof medicinal chemistry and pharmacology. And I've dedicated my careerto solving problems in drug abuse and actually findingbetter pain medications
because after all, painis the most common reason that individuals seek medical care. It's also the most common reason that we end upwith drug abuse and addiction. Moving from there, I've been ableto establish a laboratory here, at the University of Mississippi, where we've done a lotof groundbreaking work that I'll get to in a little bit to move us forward in those endeavors.
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If so, there's a high likelihoodyour body became physically dependent. So why does that mean? What do we mean when we talkabout physical dependence and drug abuse? Let's define these thingsa little more clearly. So drug abuse is simply the concept that you take a drug out of the contextthat it was prescribed. So, every now and then,all of us are guilty of taking a little more ibuprofen,or something, than it says on the bottle.
Nerve Injury After Shoulder SurgeryWhy We Declined The Case
We were recently contacted by an individualwho Had gotten into an auto collision and afterthe Collision had shoulder surgery after the Surgery this particular person was complaining About nerve pain and nerve injury shootingdown The arm and into the hand and the questionwas Did the s do something in the surgery That constituted medical malpractice whichis
What caused the nerve damage or the nervepain in this particular individual's arm helloI'm Marcus Boston and I am a medical malpractice Attorney practicing law here in the stateof Maryland and I would like to talk with youtoday About why not every bad result during a surgeryis Medical malpractice here in Maryland in the Incident that I am talking to you about whatwe
Had to do is we got the records and we hadan Medical expert take a look at the records And during the records if was discovered during The surgical notes and some of the other notes In the records that the s who performed The surgery followed the standard of carethere Was no type of deviation from the standardin this Particular individual's situation and as aresult
Of that we had to conclude during our investigation And looking at some more other things thatthis Case would not be succesful if you are watching This tutorial and you are wondering you're saying I had a bad result is this medical malpractice The truth of the matter is that unless your DOctor fell below the standard of care inyour Situation and by falling below the standardof
Care this is what caused your injury you will Not be successful unless you can show that So why have I taken the time to explain thisto You today? Becuase you are probably wonderingthe Same things in this tutorial you've had a badresult During a surgery or some type of medical procedure Did the mess up did the fallbelow The standard of care? This is what I inviteyou
To do pick up the phone and give us a callwe can Be reached at 3018504832 or you can go ahead And send us an email to medicalinjury@bostonlawllc We answer questions like yours regarding Maryland medical malpractice cases all the time andwe would Be glad to listen to your story if you are Watching this tutorial on YouTube and you likewhat You just watched go ahead an like the tutorialand