Neuralgia (Nerve Pain) Marlton
Nerve pain is shooting or burning pain. It can go away on its own, though it is often chronic. Sometimes it is persistent and severe, and sometimes it comes and goes over many months. It usually is the result of nerve damage or a dysfunctional nervous system. The impact of nerve damage changes nerve function, both at the injury and the surrounding areas. Here is what you need to know about treating nerve pain and how physicians physicians at Liebman Wellness Center can help you resolve this painful issue.
What Can Cause Pinched Nerves?
Unfortunately, neuropathic pain does not start abruptly or quickly; it is a chronic condition and leads to unrelenting pain symptoms. For many patients, the intensity of symptoms worsens throughout the day, with brief moments of relief.
Although neuropathic pain is associated with peripheral nerve problems, like diabetic neuropathy or spinal stenosis, injuries to the brain or spinal cord can also lead to chronic neuropathic pain. Patients describe symptoms as sharp, dull, varying in temperature, sensitive, itchy, deep, or burning. They also say that they may feel pain with a light touch or pressure.
How Can Our physicians Help With Pinched Nerves?
When our patients turn to us for nerve pain relief, we discuss the different factors causing their pain. What are some common causes of nerve pain or numbness in the legs and feet, including sciatica and peripheral neuropathy? Our goal is to find what parts of your nervous system exhibits problems.
At Liebman Wellness Center, we offer a variety of treatment options to help with the pain. Once we do the initial examination, we will create a custom treatment plan based on our finding to ensure you get the best results. We know that you have been struggling with nerve pain, and we are here to provide you relief. Give our Marlton Area office a call today at (856) 475-8080 to get started.
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