Neuropathy is caused by the dysfunction of the nerves that control sensitivity and motion in our bodies. This is often caused by damage from correlated conditions like diabetes or physical injuries. The most common signs to identify this condition are radiating pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness.

The Spinal Diagnostics team specializes in providing comprehensive care to treat neuropathy conditions, such as diabetic and peripheral neuropathy.

Our clinic is dedicated to offering multi-disciplinary approaches to help alleviate symptoms caused by these conditions and improve the quality of life of our patients. Treatment options can range from non-opioid medications, conservative treatments, pain management procedures, and injections to minimally invasive interventions.

We understand that neuropathy conditions can severely affect your lifestyle and hinder your day-to-day activities. That’s why we aim to improve your health with innovative procedures prioritizing your well-being and recovery. Learn more about these conditions and their ideal treatment here.

Diabetic Neuropathy

The high blood sugar level caused by diabetes could lead to the development of nerve and blood vessel damage, also known as diabetic neuropathy. It usually appears as a complication of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 

This condition could affect different nerves in the body, including sensory nerves and those that impact movement. Feet and legs are the limbs most often impacted by diabetic neuropathy, affecting their mobility range, skin sensitivity, and coordination.

Diabetic neuropathy could harm other parts of the body and lead to digestive issues, muscle weakness, and changes in blood pressure. If you have diabetes and notice changes in the sensitivity or mobility range of your feet and legs, we suggest seeking professional care as soon as possible to prevent complications from arising.

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Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy affects the peripheral nerves located in the brain and spinal cord. These are in charge of transmitting signals from the nervous system to the body, allowing your limbs to have proper movement and balance. It’s usually caused by correlated autoimmune diseases, such as diabetes and infections. 

This condition can impact your daily life, causing sleep and sensory disturbances, problems with balance and coordination, and psychological issues due to chronic pain.

Peripheral neuropathy may be caused due to diabetes, nerve compression, physical trauma, and infections. The best treatment option for your condition will depend on its root cause.

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Treatment for Neuropathy Conditions in Tualatin and Newberg in Oregon

At Spinal Diagnostics, we focus on spinal and neuropathic pain management. Our team of specialists are recognized leaders in clinical research and offer updated diagnostic processes and treatment options.

We have dedicated our practice to improving our patient’s quality of life without using opiate medications or traditional spine surgery. Over ten years of experience makes us the top choice for those dealing with neuropathy-related conditions.

If you want to learn more about our services, call us, schedule an appointment online, or visit our locations in Tualatin and Newberg in Oregon.

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