neuropathy in Conway AR
Welcome to Central Arkansas Advanced Nerve and Joint Center. If you suffer from neuropathy pain in Conway, call our team today and find out how we can help.
Neuropathy is also known as peripheral neuropathy because of its effect on the body’s sensory and motor nerves. It is very common for patients to experience the first symptoms in their extremities (hands, arms, legs and feet). When this occurs it is referred to as Sensorimotor Polyneuropathy.
Unbelievable! This is Junnie 86 yrs young who has eliminated her burning, and cramping, and regained her balance in 90 days. She now can sleep restfully through the night. She went from 75% nerve damage to 28% in 90 days. She did not miss one day of her care and put the time in. She will be at 0 in the next few months. You can too!
Robert came into our office 90 days ago with severe Neuropathy and with 79% nerve damage. Today he is at 19%. Congratulations Robert your doing the hard work and it is paying off.
This a very tough beautiful young woman/mother/teacher. She came in with serve pain and burning all over so bad she was in a wheel chair. She had been everywhere and no help. She began our treatment, and home care, and put the time and work in. She was out of that chair and 50% recovered in 90 days. Today, one year later she is smiling and going strong. Very proud of you. Great job Kacie!
WELCOME TO Central Arkansas Advanced Nerve and Joint Center
It’s important to see a doctor if you are experiencing any abnormal pain, numbness, tingling or weakness in your arms, legs, wrists, ankles, hands or feet. When a condition such as this is diagnosed early, you are able to control the condition and potential prevent more damage. It is also recommended to see a doctor if you are having difficulty with sleeps, trigger depression or if you have a small cut on an extremity that doesn’t appear to be healing normally. Our team at Central Arkansas Advanced Nerve and Joint Center in Conway is here to help.
We offer services such as: Medical Services, Auto Accident Injury, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic Care, Weight Loss, Pain Management, Neuropathy, Migraines and Headaches, Physiotherapy & Rehab, and Spinal Decompression.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF NEUROPATHY
- Experiencing tingling sensations in the extremities. This sensation is also described as a pins and needling feeling or prickling feeling.
- Burning pain in the lower limbs. Eventually the burning will move into the arms and hands as the condition progresses.
- Having pains that are sharp and stabbing. Generally these pains are worse in the evening. Like the burning sensation, it will begin in the feet and legs and as the condition processes, the “electric-like” pain will move into the hands and arms.
It is also common for patients to develop muscle weakness and coordination problems. The muscles in the limbs may also become paralyzed. Patients also have increased likelihood of developing foot ulcers and infections in the skin. Peripheral neuropathy can occur when there is nerve damage and develop into dysesthesia, which effects a patients’ touch sensation. This often leads to a tingling and/or burning sensation. The skin on the extremities eventually will become so sensitive that the pressure from sheets or towels.
AN EXPERIENCED DOCTOR YOU CAN TRUST
At Central Arkansas Advanced Nerve and Joint Center our doctor is ready to meet with you to discuss your needs. We will help to design a program that is right for you. We look forward to meeting you.