Neuropathic pain – also called nerve pain – may occur due to nervous system damage or malfunction. Unlike the pain people feel when they stub a toe or strain a muscle, nerve pain may occur without any obvious cause, and it may radiate from the source of nerve damage to other parts of the body.
In addition to pain, nerve damage may cause a pins-and-needles sensation, numbness, or abnormal sensitivity to touch. The cause of neuropathic pain is often difficult to diagnose without the use of advanced medical imaging tools and diagnostic tests.
Center for Pain Management specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of neuropathic pain. If you need help managing chronic pain, please contact us to schedule an appointment: (317) 706-7246.
Neuropathic pain may occur due to injuries or illnesses such as:
With a combination of treatment methods, most patients who have neuropathic pain show considerable improvement.
Treatments for neuropathic pain include steroid injections, nerve blocks, and radiofrequency rhizotomy (heating a nerve root to disrupt pain signals). A spinal cord stimulator implant is one of the most effective methods for treating severe and widespread pain.
For more than 20 years, Center for Pain Management has been helping people find relief for chronic pain. Whether you’re experiencing nerve pain for the first time or you’ve been living with pain for a while, we may have the solutions you’re looking for.
Call us today to schedule a consultation: (317) 706-7246.