Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Symptoms Relieved Davis
We've been managing you here for peripheralneuropathy in lower legs and feet. When you first presented to the office you indicatedthat the pain was very bad, very numb, very tingling. How are you doing today, and howare you responding to the neuropathy program here in our office? Oh gosh, it's much better.I feel that I can walk, before I couldn't get out of bed in the morning I had to holdon to something and I just get up and walk, I can still the numbness on the bottom ofmy foot, but and then walking in this door I don't get as tired as I did before. I usuallyhave to go home and change shoes. I get home and I can keep the shoes on for quite a while.I haven't yet started walking on the street,
but I will. So far so good right? Yea, whata difference. Well congratulations on your results thus far I'm very happy with yourprogress. Thank you.
What is Chronic Facial Pain
Chronic facial pain is used to describe anypain felt in the face or neck area and it's commonly caused by problems with person'sjaws, such as repeated clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth or in misalignedbite. Neuropathic chronic facial pain may also originate from the occipital nerves,in a condition called occipital neuralgia. This type of pain generally originates fromthe back of the head and can radiate to the face. Atypical facial pain is usually idiopathic,mean there is no known cause, atypical chronic facial pain usually occurs on one side offace and symptoms are present for most of the day almost every day. The diagnosis ofatypical chronic facial pain is generally
made after more common causes are excluded.To diagnose chronic facial pain your physician will conduct a thorough physical examinationto assess tenderness of a certain areas the face and neck to determine the root causeof the pain. Once proper diagnosis is made a treatment plant can begin. Trigeminal nerveblocks, occipital nerve blocks, sphenopalatine ganglion blocks can treat neuropathic chronicfacial pain.