Pain, tingling, and numbness are common warning signs of neuropathy, a nerve condition that family physician Leslie S. Gaskill, M.D., in Johns Creek, Georgia, treats with an integrative, whole-person approach rather than reliance on medications. She treats the cause of neuropathy, not just the symptoms, with nutrition-based, naturopathic remedies. Get the medical care you deserve today. Call or book a consultation online.
Neuropathy is a condition brought on by damage to your peripheral nervous system, the network that transmits signals from your spinal cord and brain to the rest of your body. With neuropathy, the nerves controlling various functions, including pain sensors, send the wrong information.
Neuropathy can center on a single nerve or many nerves in your body. The condition causes pain, weakness, and other symptoms in your hands, feet, and sometimes other parts of your body.
You’ll experience one or more of these signs with neuropathy:
Your symptoms vary, depending on how severely your nerves are damaged and the location of your nerve damage.
Diabetes is one of the most common causes of neuropathy. Other conditions that cause neuropathy include:
Neuropathy can run in families. In some cases, there’s no precise cause for your neuropathy.
Dr. Gaskill emphasizes an integrative, naturopathic treatment approach rather than simply prescribing medication. Dr. Gaskill focuses on the cause of your neuropathy and designs a therapeutic plan to treat the source of your condition.
If you’re ready to enjoy a life free of neuropathy without relying on medications, call for an appointment or book a consultation online today with Dr. Gaskill.
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