Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic Neuropathy

About Diabetic NeuropathyOne of the most common chronic medical conditions that people are diagnosed with is called neuropathy. For those who might not know, neuropathy is a medical condition that affects the nervous system. These nerves come from the brain and the spinal cord, traveling out to every area of the body. If these nerves are damaged along the way, the individual is diagnosed with neuropathy. Furthermore, more than 20 million people in the United States alone have been diagnosed with this condition. It can cause shooting pains down the arms and legs, burning sensations, numbness, tingling, a pins and needles sensation, and even chronic pain. For this reason, everyone with neuropathy deserves medical care. At NJ Neuropathy, we are proud to provide everyone in the Oakhurst, NJ area with access to comprehensive medical care that can manage their neuropathy symptoms.

Diabetic Neuropathy

One of the most common forms of neuropathy is called diabetic neuropathy. Individuals with diabetes are at a high risk of developing nerve damage stemming from elevated blood glucose levels. This nerve damage can be severe and may impact multiple parts of the body. Our trained professionals provide numerous services to help people with diabetic neuropathy keep their nerve pain under control.

Chemotherapy Recovery

Chemotherapy is often an essential part of cancer treatment; however, these medications also have a variety of side effects. Some of these include neuropathy, which can impact multiple parts of the body. Whether it is a stocking-glove sensation or a burning feeling throughout the body, our team of experienced providers can help everyone recover following chemotherapy.

Pain Relief from Peripheral Neuropathy

One of the most important aspects of what we do involves pain relief. We know that individuals who suffer from neuropathy can face daily, chronic pain that makes it hard to get out of bed in the morning, let alone go to work or school. Therefore, we are proud to provide access to cutting-edge tools related to pain relief for peripheral neuropathy. We believe that nobody should have to live their lives in daily pain which is why we are honored to help you and your family.

Trust the Experienced Professionals at Neuropathy Relief Project

With a comprehensive array of services that can help everyone suffering from neuropathy, Neuropathy Relief Project is here to help everyone in the Oakhurst, NJ area. We place a lot of effort into making sure that we stay up to date with the latest research in the field of neuropathy. We will work hard to tailor our treatment plans to suit your individual concerns. Make sure that your nerve pain is under control with help from our caring and compassionate treatment team.

Call us at 732-290-4141 to schedule an appointment today!

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Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Stop the Pain and start Living Again

Neuropathy Treatment

Our four-step program stops the pain in as little as three weeks. Get tested first to determine the severity of your neuropathy. Schedule your Free Consultation. Then sign up for the program. In as little as three weeks you can become pain-free and on the road to recovery.

Treat the Problem, Not the Symptoms

The key to significant and lasting neuropathy relief is finding and treating the root cause, not just the symptoms. With this approach, patients experience:

  • Less pain
  • Reduced numbness and inflammation
  • Improved balance and mobility
  • Less worry about falling
  • Better sleep
  • Overall better quality of life

With Dr. Charles Ferrante’s consultation, you’ll receive a neuropathy sensory evaluation kit mailed to your home, two 45-minute one-on-one telemedicine meetings with our doctor during which consultation and exam are performed and a report of findings that includes an individualized diagnosis and treatment plan are included— all for only $87. Book your consultation today to finally start treating the problem instead of just the symptoms!

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Diabetic Neuropathy

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