Peripheral Neuropathy

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Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition caused from damaged nerve endings. These nerve endings are usually in the feet, lower legs, and/or hands.

Peripheral neuropathy is the most common disorder of the peripheral nervous system. Damage to peripheral nerves can result in numbness, pain, and weakness. Neuropathy typically affects the hands and feet but can involve other parts of the body.

Some symptoms of peripheral neuropathy can include burning, tingling, throbbing, numbness, tightness, or all of the above. It can also cause balance issues and sleep disturbance.

Synergy Medical can help you treat this condition. Call us today at (941) 755-9355 or fill out our online form to Schedule a FREE, no-obligation consultation.

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