Neuropathic pain is frequently the result of nerve damage or injury to the nerves around the spinal cord. It can develop due to diabetes, drug side effects, infections, strokes, or as the result of an injury. Sometimes; however, the cause is unknown. Neuropathic pain is relatively common affecting 7-10% of the population.
Oftentimes neuropathic pain is described as numbness, pins and needles, burning, etc. Every patient is different, and the severity of pain widely varies. A personalized treatment plan is necessary in order to best manage chronic neuropathic pain. But if you are suffering from neuropathic pain, do not lose hope, we can help you!