Conservative treatment of peripheral neuropathy and neuropathic pain

David A Francis, Anne T Christopher, Bradley D Beasley
Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 2006, 23 (3): 509-30
There are many types of peripheral nerve disorders that lead to peripheral neuropathy. Symptoms associated with peripheral neuropathy lack consistent, easy to treat qualities, and provide a constant challenge for physicians who encounter the sequelae of neuropathy. This review discusses medications, nutritional supplements, and topical and physical modalities that are effective in treating neuropathy associated with diabetes.

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