When you feel pain, it’s usually your body responding to an injury or damage. When the injury and damage is repaired, the pain goes away. This is not true with neurological pain. Nerve pain comes not as a result of an injury to your body, but because of a problem with your nerves.
There are a lot of reasons why you may be suffering from neurological pain. In order to treat the pain, you first need to identify its source. Some common sources of neurological pain include the following:
· Nerve Compression
· Alcohol Abuse
· Problems with Your Immune System
· Vitamin Deficiencies
This type of pain is not always easy to diagnose. You may think that you have identified the reason for the pain only to be disappointed. And if the pain is accurately diagnosed, it can be very challenging to reverse it.
This does not mean that you are without hope. At the NeuroMedical Institute’s NeuroPain Center, we offer many forms of therapy that can prove useful in treating or even reversing neurological pain. You have the highest chance of recovering from your pain if you address the pain immediately instead of waiting for the condition to get worse.
Depending on the extent of your pain, the treatment plan we develop for you may emphasize addressing the symptoms. At the end of the day, what we want is for you to experience a higher quality of life. There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all cure, nor is there a one-size-fits-all way to prevent neurological pain.
Neuropathic pain comes in many varieties. For example, the peripheral nerves in various parts of your body may malfunction simultaneously. This condition is referred to as polyneuropathy. Most people who develop polyneuropathy do so as a result of diabetes. Nerves can become compressed at anywhere in your body, which leads to intense pain. Some of the most common causes of nerve compression include a herniated disc and carpal tunnel syndrome. Direct nerve injuries can come as a result of an accident or some form of trauma. Neuropathic pain caused by injury or trauma usually clears itself up over time. It is good to have the injured area reviewed periodically to make sure that proper healing is taking place.
Regardless of the cause of your neurological pain, the NeuroMedical Institute will work directly with you to provide you with an effective, personalized treatment plan. Physical therapy, psychotherapy, sleep improvement and pharmacological therapy are just some of the many professional treatments we offer. You can join the many patients in Panama City who have enjoyed significant neurological pain relief as a result of our treatments. To begin your personalized treatment plan, schedule your consultation with us today.