Advanced Pain Institute of Texas is the specialist you need for nerve pain management – Cross Timbers Gazette | Denton County South | mound of flowers

Being diagnosed with neuropathy can be unsettling, to say the least. This painful nerve condition occurs when a nerve in the body does not behave as it should and usually begins with chronic numbness in the feet and hands before developing into sharp, throbbing or burning pain. Some people may even experience weakness and loss of function in this area.

Whatever your neuropathy symptoms are, all you want is relief. That’s where the compassionate team at the Advanced Pain Institute of Texas can help.

The first step in any case of neuropathy is to find the root cause. Most chronic neuropathies arise from diabetes. But neuropathy can also be caused by dietary deficiencies, certain medications, some forms of cancer treatment, or even injury.

Understanding and addressing this root cause often helps manage or eliminate nerve pain.

“If nerve pain is still an issue at this point, that’s where pain management can play an important role,” Dr. Eric Anderson said. “There are several nerve medications that can help, and if that doesn’t work, there are very specific procedures that can help.”

Two procedures offered at Advanced Pain Institute include a lumbar sympathetic block and a spinal cord stimulator (SCS). Sympathetic block is a targeted injection of a steroid and numbing medication that is delivered and “stops” certain nerves from causing pain on a temporary basis. Spinal cord stimulation is a device that interrupts or “blocks” pain signals from reaching the brain where they are perceived. Your doctor will first conduct a trial to assess its effectiveness.

“In many cases, these procedures minimize and eliminate nerve pain,” added Dr. John Broadnax.

Located in Lewisville, Advanced Pain Institute of Texas is the go-to source for head-to-toe pain management treatments and remedies. Many pain management practices in the Dallas-Fort Worth area offer head-to-toe remedies to help you. But if you want to go where everyone knows your name and the results are unmatched, look no further than the Advanced Pain Institute of Texas in Lewisville.

To learn more about how Advanced Pain Institute of Texas can help you, visit apitexas.com or call 972-866-4246. Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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