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Type 1 and Type 2
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
Nerve pain caused by diabetes, known as diabetic peripheral neuropathy, can be severe, persistent, and hard to treat. It affects up to 50% of older type 2 diabetic patients. The progression of diabetic neuropathy can be slowed with the proper treatment. Our goal is to prevent or delay nerve damage. But most importantly, to improve the quality of your life!
What Does Diabetic Pain Feel Like?
Diabetic neuropathy often causes tingling and numbness in your extremities like you feet, toes, hands, and fingers. Other symptoms include a sharp, burning sensation, or aching pain (diabetic nerve pain). Pain is mild at first, but it often becomes worse over time and may spread up your legs or arms.
Do you or a loved one have diabetic related pain? We can help.
Management is Key
During your initial visit, we will assess many things to help create a personalized game plan just for you.
Key components that go into managing diabetes
We create a plan with you, not for you.
Treatment Plans can include:
We can help
Now with three pain clinics open serving Davis, Weber, Box Elder, Cache and surrounding counties, Peak Health and Wellness is ideal for those who want a highly skilled provider to accurately diagnose your diabetes pain and tailor a treatment plan that restores your life. Contact one of our three offices to schedule a detailed evaluation today – (801) 689-3389.