Foot Neuropathy

Foot Neuropathy is a problem most commonly diagnosed in those who already suffer from Diabetes. Once the nerve damage occurs in the feet, painful symptoms such as tingling, burning, itching, needle like pain, muscle weakness, and lack of sensations such as touch, heat, or cold will take place. Foot neuropathy is a very serious problem and should not be taken lightly, if not properly treated the symptoms associated with nerve damage can lead to lack of balance or even worse the need for amputation of the affected foot (feet).

Prevention

Foot Care is vital when it comes to individuals dealing with foot neuropathy. Daily evaluations of the feet are highly recommended by those in the medical world for patients suffering with diabetes, patients should also be in communication with the physician treating their foot neuropathy, and report any ne or changing symptoms they might be having to their doctor as soon as possible. Other preventative measures can be taken by Diabetics when proper diabetes management takes place along with a healthy diet, regular exercise, blood sugar monitoring and adherence to a prescribed medication regimen. If an individual dealing with foot neuropathy is a smoker then cessation of smoking is highly recommended as as smoking causes poor blood flow, which makes it harder for wounds to heal quickly. Also important is the daily wearing of both socks and shoes which can help to aid in prevention of further damage from foot neuropathy.

Treatments

Even while practicing proper preventative techniques often individuals will require the use of medications or other treatments in order to help get the painful symptoms of foot neuropathy under control. The most commonly known foot neuropathy treatments are as follows:

  • Prescription Neuropathy Treatments
    • Antiseizure Medications (Such as Gabapentin, Carbamazepine, example would be other medications) can help with the burning sensations patients associate with nerve pain.
    • Antidepressant Medications (TCA’s or Tricyclic Antidepressants, example would be certain medications)
    • Topical Ointments (both over the counter and prescription). One specific ointment used for foot neuropathy is capsaicin cream or ointment

 

  • Alternative Neuropathy Treatments
    • Therapies (which include physical, massage, or occupational)
    • Acupuncture
    • Nerve Stimulation

 

  • Supplementary Neuropathy Treatments
    • Vitamin B Supplements
    • Alpha Lipoic Acid
    • Methylcobalamine
    • Benfotiamine

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